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There are all sorts of designs for paper airplanes. Has there been any innovations on the classic cootie catcher design?
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>>595473
Why do you need an upgrade for something that is clearly 1. functional 2. works and 3. is easy to make? You need a motor in it so it can fold itself or what? XDDD idjt
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How do you make em xd lil desu desu???
Genki desu ka
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Sy Chen demo'd his variations at Origami USA convention - not as functional, but interesting to look at.



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