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12 Gift Wrapping Fails That Are The Worst

It is annoying sometimes when you spent so much time picking the perfect gift for someone and then… you have to wrap it. I mean, how am I supposed to make it as pretty as the gift inside is? But there is always time to learn and it’s best to learn from the worst first. Check out these 12 ridiculous gift wrapping fails compiled by Diply.

1. A little Christmas humor goes a long way, especially when the wrapping is this bad

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Urban Tabloid

2. This was probably a nightmare to open

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Reddit | mattythedog

An accurate depiction of how gift wrapping works in general.

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Imgur | Bobcat698

3. This one is a killer for creativity. Close enough!

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Twitter | @red233233

4. It seems like this is a lot harder to achieve than the first picture

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5. I don’t know if this is considered a fail, or just being super duper lazy

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Reddit | Leah8746

6. Whoever thought this was cute, it is not. Okay?

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Reddit | BlasphemousFish

Well, this also sounds like an average Friday night when you wake up the next morning with glue in your hair or paint on your arms…

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Twitter | @SchookieSays

7. I mean, you definitely could do better than this. At least add a nice ribbon or something…

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Reddit | pink-pink

8. Even though this doesn’t have a Christmas theme, it’s close to the real deal

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Twitter | @Jessicaxbbyy

9. Is she the actual gift or she is just super annoyed by the process of gift wrapping?

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Totally!

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10. And if you don’t have any other options, maybe this can work too

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We Know Memes

11. This one is probably the weirdest one on the list. It’s actually making me super uncomfortable

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Reddit | smallandfurry7

12. When you rely on Amazon a little too much

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Reddit | mrcchapman

12. I would also love to see what they would write along with this…

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Twitter | @GRC_Ninja
Source: Diply