Retread: A holiday guide to the manly art of gift-wrapping

I was just going to read this post and move on, but the use of zip ties definitely demands a reblog. As you wrap up all those gifts you’ve purchased on or since Black Friday, keep in mind that no matter how bad a job you might do, others will do worse!

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Editor’s note: One of the good things about blogging (maybe the ONLY good thing) is that once you’ve been doing it for awhile, you’ve built up such a large body of work that you can sometimes reblog something you’ve already written. When something you wrote a year ago is just as true today as it was way back when, why waste time with a rewrite when you could be doing something useful, like wrapping Christmas presents? People who have read the following post are free to ignore it, while new readers might gain some valuable how-to advice.

Bows are important! The package on the left shows good color contrast with the paper. And remember, size DOES matter, as indicated by the tiny bow on the large package on the right. The small bow makes the package look even bigger, which will have her wondering WTF it could be, even though you know it's really just a cheap piece of crap. Bows are important! The package on the left shows good color contrast with the paper. And remember, size DOES matter, as indicated by the tiny bow on the large package on the right. The small bow makes the package look even bigger, which will have her wondering WTF it could be, even though…

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4 Responses to Retread: A holiday guide to the manly art of gift-wrapping

  1. Uh… this is why they invented reusable gift bags…

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  2. Oh, tomorrow is wrapping day!

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