If you've ever been under the age of 18 and had access to paper, then you've likely folded and thrown a few paper airplanes in your day.
While most of us stopped flying paper planes after middle school graduation, one man continued perfecting the "sport," ultimately setting the record for the farthest a paper plane has ever been thrown.
That man is John Collins, and in 2012, he flew a paper plane 226 feet with an innovative folding technique he named after his wife.
Watch the video above to reignite your passion -- whether that be paper folding, aeronautics or your own nostalgic, class clown antics. And for kids just beginning to explore the art of paper plane flying, give yourself an edge by nailing "The Susanne."