Ain’t nobody got time fo that
@THE 0NE WH0 KN0CKS,
A: what is the question?
@THE 0NE WH0 KN0CKS, tldr
@Redtiger, You read the FAQ!
As someone who loves to make paper planes, I appreciate this
@A pet named Steve, can you make one and get back to us these instructions are legit?
@megamanx181x, if I had the time I would haha, but I'm currently stuck on a presentation on black holes. As soon as I make one I'll tell you though.
@A pet named Steve, maybe the plane can be used for extra credit
@megamanx181x, "Imagine this slightly cooler paper plane that flies crosses the event horizon and falls into the singularity. It would get spaghettified in the process, painfully stretching it into a long, slightly cooler paper noodle that can, however, not fly anymore, except towards its impending doom at the theoretical infinitely dense centre of the black hole, where its mass is added to it." Yeah, I could imagine that.
@A pet named Steve, A+!!
@A pet named Steve, you sure are a Jane of all trades....see what I did there
@A pet named Steve, Black Holes? That sucks.
Ok I will show myself out now
@megamanx181x, it's a pain, but even my mangled attempt at it flew a few feet
@A pet named Steve, I was obsessed with making paper planes in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary. Perhaps it was the osmosis of engineering talent simply by living in ole Deutschland at the time, but I constantly worked at refining my designs from the moment my older brother first showed me how to make a basic one. Still, never gave this one a try
@Sven and Otar, I always make paper planes for my little brothers. Then they make races and stunt flights with it. It's nice how something so simple as a sheet of paper can be used to have fun for several hours.
@A pet named Steve, the only limit to fun is the expansiveness of one’s imagination. Which is why I love acting and D&D so much. You get to be other people and the experience is so much more enriching the more effort you spend imagining it to be real and investing into the world.
@Sven and Otar, I could not agree more! Being able to be other people is just fascinating. You could be anyone you'd like. It's a nice contrast to the real life when it gets boring from time to time.
@A pet named Steve, that’s why I keep my imagination strong and pretend whenever I work in my head to be having interesting conversations, be a different person, or doing things like imagining I work on a space ship or something, it keeps me entertained almost as much as watching videos does. Even at 23, I feel a life with nearly no imagination is a life hardly worth living.
@Sven and Otar, same here!! It helps to get work done, and can make boring tasks a tad more fun. It helps with falling asleep as well. And when you're lucky, you get to have a lucid dream, which I personally find to be the best way to pretend you're someone or something you're normally not.
@A pet named Steve, i love lucid dreams, my regular dreams are already interesting (though usually depressing/sad), but getting to be the grand creator of a whole universe in your mind is fantastic power (literally lol).
In the end, it makes me wonder how some people can just not imagine themselves in new and fantastical places/positions, like it’s a mystery to me. I’d be so ridiculously bored that I wouldn’t even want to get up in the morning. That or I’d be really grumpy all the time. Now that I think about it, pretty much everyone I’ve met who doesn’t have an active imagination does seem to come across as dull and uninteresting most of the time.
@A pet named Steve, that said, I think this would be the part I’d be most excited about becoming a parent for. Getting to play with little ones and stoke the fires of their curiosity and imagination. That said, as an actor, I know that’s a ways off as much as I’d love to have some little guys running around now:P
Instructions unclear I ended up with a snowball
@Lellow0079, you did it right. Now throw it!
*saves for later
*never sees again.
I love the little touch: "for our retarded friends"
I built this and accidently bombed a village. Oops...
*downloads for later*
I did it! Gotta perfect it tho.
It's a shame my hand eye coordination is terrible otherwise I's actually make this
See FAQ question 2
*cues “My Thanks” gesture*
Are there alternate instructions that get to the point quicker?
Don’t have paper. Can I use a sheet?
@Mit, of parchment or papyrus? Yes!
Mmmm I think I’ll go buy hose wood and foam ones that you assemble in under a minute
Too bad I don't have a college degree to make this.