Alt News December 20, 2011
CHRISTMAS THING OF THE DAY: Unwrapping Gifts Can Be Dangerous

"Peace on Earth" is a popular seasonal theme at this time of year, but anyone who has ever spent Christmas morning with an amped-up young child knows that peacefulness doesn't last too long when it finally comes time to open presents: Wrapping paper torn off, stockings plundered, and tags, ribbons and tissue tossed around the room.

It's hardly surprising, given that most kids have been counting down the days until December 25, and opening gifts isn't exactly a violent act - or is it?

What if all those gift-wrapped packages had feelings of their own? Christmas morning might not look so pretty, as suggested in the video below from design duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (better known as Daniels):



Daniels Site

Daniels Blog

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