Now before you go getting the wrong idea, this is a legitimate question. Let me give you some back ground first. My wife, known as Lt. Linda, is a hard working gal. When we were first married we suddenly found that the combination of two families out reached our income so Linda went to work. When she came home from a hard day at work her second job started. She cooked dinner for 6 and then after dinner her third job started. She did the laundry. Now you are probably wondering where Sarge was and why he could not help out. Well he also had two jobs. Working in Engineering at Western Gas Resources all day and teaching at night. The girls took care of the dishes and helped clean the house. But Linda worked a 14 hr. day for years. So now both Sarge and Lt. Linda are retired and Sarge decided that little Linda needed a break. So he took over the jobs of doing dishes, cleaning the house, and doing the laundry. So that a well deserving Linda could have time to her self, start a few hobbies and join some ladies clubs. Now we come to the problem. Sarge does the laundry just like he does every thing. With Military precision. Clothes are neatly folded after taking them out of the dryer and sorted to each person. Now guys, I don't know if you have noticed but women are bigger in the rear than they are in the front. Here in is the problem. It is impossible to fold a article of clothing that is larger on one side then the other. No problem with the boys boxer shorts or any of the men's clothes which are all resonablely square. Sarge has asked his spouse how to do it and she picks the article up and goes zip zap zip and has them folded. But Sarge got lost somewhere in the zap. So, can the ladies in this forum send Sarge a private message with some instructions? I promise to erase it as soon as I have gained enough skill to carry me through. I better erase it cause if Linda ever see's it, I will need to some medical skills too. I thought long and hard before putting this query on the net. But it seems to be the only way to learn. Sarge PS: I don't suppose there is a web site on this problem?