Ironing

54 comments:

  1. This isn't WTF, this is mundane.

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  2. He scratched his head at the end....

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  3. why did you make me watch this?

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  4. Why. Just... why.

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  5. Okay, this must be a curveball. We're so used to bizarre shit that we're developing a tolerance for it and need something excessively normal and boring to ever get our WTF fix.

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  6. o_0 I thought it was ace lol he had a sexy way of handling the shirt! My dream of a house-husband is not so impossible <3 anyone got his number> XD

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  7. Thanks, Iron Man! I guess I know how to iron a shirt now...

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  8. i find it rather...beautiful...

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  9. WTF, WTFJAPAN.
    You need to post the one where the J-chick folds a shirt with precision in 2 seconds.

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  10. Did I just...spend three minutes watching a guy iron a shirt? 0_o

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  11. Ok! This would be an awesome video, if it was a pretty chick and was naked. And less ironing!

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  12. I just spent 3.06minuets of my life watching a man iron a shirt... I was really into it... I didnt feel cheated out of time... I didnt feel angry... I just watched the whole thing... And enjoyed it in a way i cant possibly explain... WHY?!?!?!

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  13. If you thought "What" & "Why" then the website lives up to it's name.

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  14. You have to admit. He does a good job.

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  15. It seems "IRONIC".

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  16. so... COOL!!!! (did I just say that about a man ironing a shirt?... really?... *facepalm* I need to get out more...)

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  17. I love how japanese people seem to derive pleasure from performing seemingly mundane tasks with perfect precision. It looks like a nicely ironed shirt, but its not. It is perfectly ironed. This is probably why toyotas actually made in Japan (serial number begins with a J) have consistently higher resale values over those domestically manufactured.

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  18. As much as I appreciate a job well done on even the simplest of chores...that hardly qualified as a WTF video. That was masterfully and artfully executed and filmed. For it to be on this site however, it really needed more tentacle rape or exploding kittens.

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  19. I'm going to watch this the forth time now.

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  20. well, i cant lie, i actually enjoyed that. I wasnt thinking "ummm whats going on? wheres the WTFery?" etc etc. This explains why asian people are always at the tailor/ dry cleaning shops. theyre experts at their craft (if you can call it that). It wasnt until towards the end when i noticed this: Did he put creases in the back from ironing the inside of the shirt? WTF?!

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  21. JUST A.W.E.S.O.M.E. !!!!

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  22. I think he did it without the iron being on

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  23. @lili Sigh, my dream job is to be a house-husband. To bad you are across the pond...

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  24. The shoe polish video posted on youtube by the same guy is also amazing...Really good sound & video job!

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  25. I actually really loved watching this.
    It was very calming to watch the man take such care in ironing the shirt. The Japanese can make anything beautiful, it's a part of the "wabi-sabi" of all things or in this case the beauty/perfection of something simple. Anything can be viewed as beautiful(/an art form) even if it's ironing a shirt.

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  26. @GlamourJunkie .. i agree. Somehow I enjoyed this video...

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  27. Yes, it is relaxing, so cool video. thanks !
    A-ma-zing technique !

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  28. I am not amused. =____=

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  29. How to fix Broken wear. Nice train (steam engine).

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  30. It's a great piece! I wish that I could iron like that, but it would be the height of neurosis for me. It's like William Burroughs' Discipline of Do Easy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ochyO45Jb0g

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  31. I think I saw some wrinkles that he missed.

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  32. ....makes me want to iron something, maybe thats just the woman in me telling me to get back in the kitchen and do my womanly duties.

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  33. this does live up to wtf'ery

    at the end of the video, I found myself not only relaxed, but also thinking to myself, why the fuck did I just watch a small japanese iron a shirt for 3 minutes and 6 seconds?

    it was totally worth it

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  34. A man ironing his own shirt. Only in Japan people, why can't you see the WTFery in this?

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  35. ooo i cant wait for the sequal!! IRONING PART 2 .. creasing myself.. i think not >.<

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  36. I so waited for some sophisticated punch line at the end... there was none...

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  37. There should have hard-core rock/inspirational music in the background. Other than that, I actually really enjoyed it.

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  38. That's a beautiful video! Utterly compelling!

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  39. I wish I could Iron like that.
    so beautiful.

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  40. whooo! iron that bitch out! >:3

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  41. but sir, this is fucking awesome!

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  42. This video was actually pretty relaxing. I don't regret watching this.

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  43. I GET IT!! Its weird cuz its a MAN Ironing!!

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  44. just understand the tittle.. "Professional techniques by skilled craftsmen ironing (shirts)" he just want to give us a tip..ok

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  45. Are you kidding me? Did it just take him 3 minutes to iron a shirt?

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  46. He is the ironing master. People flock to him from the world over to learn how to iron that perfectly. Bow to his excellence.

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  47. Wow. I feel so insignificant as a woman.. He irons faster and with more precision that I. I'm gonna go back to the kitchen now... /hangs head

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  48. everyone seems so fancinated with the video, but it's now set to private so I cannot watch it :\

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  49. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylQtbXFZ4yw

    Was it this one ?

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