We can onlydescribe the Eldredge Knot as a work of art.

This baby requires precision, patience, and extreme focus,like a Japanese Samurai.

But don't give up just yet, comrade.

What if I told you you can'tachieve your black belt unless you master this knot? Yeah, that's right, it's timeto get your kung fu on, kid.

Alright, let's begin your training.

Place the tie around your neck with the wide end positioned exactly where you want it to finish.

Cross the skinny end overthe top of the wide end to create a cross.

Wrap the skinny end behind the wide end and pull it towards your right.

Pull it up through the neck loop and pass it down to your right side.

Transfer the skinny end behindthe knot towards your left.

Cross it over the knot towards your right.

Pull it up through theneck loop from underneath.

Pass it down to your left side.

Cross it behind the knotand pull towards your right.

Push it through the loopyou've created in the knot towards your left.

Fold it up through the neck loop and pass it down your left side.

Fold it up through the neck loop and pass it down to your right side.

Push it through the loopyou've created in the knot towards your left.

The Eldredge Knot was invented in 2007 by a cool guy named Jeffrey Eldredge.

It involves 13 separate steps, and if you happen to conquer it, you, sir, are a man of true mastery and a gentleman of good taste.

Tuck the skinny end behindthe neck loop on the left side and fold down your collar.

You are lookin' smooth andmighty skillful over there, my friend.

It's time to head out that door because you're probably late for work now.

If your boss gets angry, justtell them you know kung fu.

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