Thursday-How to make an airplane out of a palm leaf

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HERE IS YOUR GUIDE TO MAKING A PAPER AIRPLANE OUT OF A PALM LEAF.

YOU WILL START WITH THIS

Palm Leaf.

STEP ONE–Take a presumably 2 foot by 5 inch palm leaf and place carefully onto a wooden countertop.

STEP TWO–Make sure the wooden countertop is clean and has been unused for 48 hours.

STEP THREE–Begin by taking the foliage and folding it to the North.

STEP FOUR–Next dump half a cup of soy sauce on the leaf. Make sure it is half a cup, your furthermost plan is to furnish the leaf as much as you can.

STEP FIVE–Let set for two days.

STEP SIX–Exactly 48 hours later check the leaf and make sure it is easily able to bend. If it is irrelevant, let set another day.

STEP SEVEN–Boil the leaf for one hour watching carefully. Do not maunder away, for leaf will burn if not stirred.

STEP EIGHT–Fold the leaf in half, again. Then, in a slow manner, fold corner A (which will be on the upper left hand side) in a counterclockwise position to the west of the leaf.

STEP NINE–Corner B will look out of place, so fold it too.

STEP TEN–The leaf will not look splendiferous until you hit it with a hammer sporadically.

STEP ELEVEN–After this the leaf will appear yahoo.  So, place it in a warming machine (such as a microwave or oven) for about three hours.

STEP TWELVE–The leaf will then look like a zakuska, so simply fold the left hand side apart, tearing the 4th leaf.

STEP THIRTEEN–Fold in half and there you have it! Your plane should look like this:

Here it is!

J

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