If you want to tie a tie quick, this trick gets it done in about five seconds without needing anything or anyone to tie the knot around. This video from the Hacks World YouTube channel demonstrates a clever and freakishly fast way to get a tie ready for prime time. Loop the tie completely around your left hand three times, then pinch all the fabric together and hold it with your right hand. Pull the innermost loop out, then push the other loops through it. Once they're through, grab the top, outermost loop and start to expand it. As you pull it, the knot will form and tighten. It's similar to this method that we've shown you before. It's just as fast, but it might be quicker depending on good you get with it, and it's better suited for tying somebody else's tie. Watch the video a few times, follow along and you should be able to get it down.
Tie A Tie In A Few Seconds With This Hand Looping Trick
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