Are You busy and need to get your shirts fast? If you are this might be the thing for you!This is very simple and anyone can make it!This was really inspired by a real tissue box and it works just like it but instead of tissues ,it uses shirts. I first got this idea from idocracy

Step 1: Things You need

First you need a cardboard box(obviously),atleast 2 shirts,knife or scissors,and some duct tape
dude this thing is so friken awsome and helpful (and geeky)<br>
<p>this looks absolutley fantastic cause i don't mind creases and only have like 10 shirts i wear very often so i will be making it this weekend,</p>
That's a neat idea, <sub>if you don't care about creases.</sub> <br/>Good one!<br/><br/>L<br/>
lol, its still worth a go. (<sup>o</sup>)<br/>
sorry the up arrow did show in the &quot;( <sup> o </sup> )&quot;<br/>
Being a college student, I'm about ready to head off campus for the summer. Oh how I wish I had discovered this idea earlier on in the school year. My dorm room simply cannot hold clothing and all of my art supplies (art major).

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