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December 29, 2012

How To Wrap A Gift For Your Roommate

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Written by: Jordan Scheltgen
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Naked Phil
On a cold Saturday afternoon, my roommate and I decided that it was only fair to give our other roommate (who had gone home for the holidays) a grand Christmas gift.

After two walks to the convenience store and twenty-five rolls of wrapping paper later, this is what we came up with.

Door to his room.

Door to his room.

Beautifully wrapped bed.

Beautifully wrapped bed.

His desk and books.

His desk and books.

Dresser and cork-board.

Dresser and cork-board.

Leftover rolls

Leftover rolls

 

Very proud

Very proud

 

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About the Author

Jordan Scheltgen
Originally from Vancouver, Jordan Scheltgen now lives in Toronto. He is the Editor-in-Chief of CAVE Magazine. He is responsible for finalizing all projects. He holds a honours degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto. He also makes 1/2 hour brownies in 20 minutes and can perform mediocre handstands.




 
 

 
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