Unwrapped: Oral Origami Myth Debunked?

I want to believe this girl folds a crane from a Starburst wrapper in her mouth. But I’m skeptical because the camera man pans away during the time she could possibly pop in a pre-folded crane. To her credit, she is a woman, and I’m convinced based on experience that the opposite sex is more skilled in the art of Origami. Females are just more patient and delicate with their hands. How well manicured they keep their nails is reason to be a believer. But in this case, the versatility is in the mouth. I witnessed a master of paper folding a couple of years ago. She performed poetry in motion, with her fingers. Throwback Origami after the jump.


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