At last, foolproof gift wrap — for men
ManWrap takes the hassle out of wrapping a present.
Let’s say you actually remembered to buy a gift.
You still have to wrap it.
Martin Grix, director of the London-based company The Monster Factory, knows that’s not a strong point for most guys, so he invented ManWrap — no scissors or tape required. Just roll it out, place the gift in the middle, tear off a section and twist.
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“Generally, there have always been men moaning about wrapping up presents and women who are more particular about it,” Grix told MailOnline. “My brother actually wrapped my stuff up one year in (trash) bin bags and I have heard of other men using kitchen tin foil.”
So Grix came up with ManWrap to make gift-wrapping quicker and easier — and still look presentable. A 16-foot roll of the blue-and-silver paper sells for 4.99 pounds ($7.81).
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“ManWrap is the easy to use quality foil wrapping paper designed to make lives simpler, especially for the men in our lives who would no doubt rather be in the pub than wrapping gifts!” the company’s website says.
Remember, guys, it’s the thought that counts. But it doesn’t hurt if the gift also looks nice.
Do you hate to wrap presents? Tell us in the comments section below.
Photo: Courtesy of The Monster Factory
I don't like paying a lot to get my brakes done. my adult nephew doesn't like wrapping christmas or birthday presents . so we exchange jobs, he does the brakes and I wrap presents. compassion and understanding. A-team, I love it when a plan comes together. make a plan!!!!!!!!
But yet you women come crying to us men, cause you got a flat tire or you don't know how to hook up your pc or use it for that fact. You come running to us crying that you don't know how to use that new 800 dollar imaxi pad you just bought or the sink is leaking. So don't you dare say we don't know how to do nothing cause with out us guys you would not have no cars no cell phones no tv no stereos no computers no nothing in electronics. If you all did have that stuff you would burn it up or out trying to hook it up.
Men are idiots and have to be given special tools that help them overcome their shortfalls. Tee-hee! How funny!
Replace "men" with African Americans, women, the disabled, or one of any other targeted audience and see the hellish fallout. If you are going to enforce an Orwellian nanny state, the rules apply to all groups, not just the trendy ones.