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Christmas is about the joy of family and celebrating life. We gather with loved ones to sing songs --preferably by Mariah Carey-- and toast with eggnog while reflecting on years past.

AND PRESENTS!  NEVER FORGET THE PRESENTS!!

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Gift giving can be a bit daunting when you've got that arts and crafts loved one who uses their skills to show up everyone by upstaging the gift itself with it's paper tomb. 

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One particular way is to actually create something out of the paper and gifts combined. 

Redditor meokgoshipeo posted a pic detailing a load of gifts that where fastened to create art and hunger! 


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McDonald's needs to watch out!

CrimsonPig says : Burger King introduces "The Wrapper!"

Others quickly followed suit posting their greatest wrapping triumphs. 

Always try to keep them guessing.   

Wonder if she will know what it is?     5cottt



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