If your drunken antics have gotten old, entertain your drinking buddies with the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Barstool Origami features origami projects designed for barflies who want to enhance their bar experience with more than drunken chitchat or televised ballgames. Just saying origami is funny when you have had too many beers and folding paper becomes a feat of coordination after a couple of cosmos. Origami is a far better icebreaker than your old pick-up lines. You can use the Peanut Catapult to get the bartender's attention when it's time for another round. There's an origami replacement date when your own heartthrob fails.
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 6.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Nick Robinson lives in Sheffield, England and currently edits the bimonthly magazine of the British Origami Society in addition to maintaining their website. He has written and illustrated over a dozen origami books, with total worldwide sales approaching half a million. His last book was Very Naughty Origami.
Table of Contents
|Paper Potato Chip||10|
|Origami is Good For You||14|
|Emergency Beer Glass||18|
|Cunning Disguise Kit||26|
|"It's Your Round" Butterfly||62|
|Bibliography & Credits||94|