It actually was my birthday last Friday! I’ve now joined the cool 30’s gang. 😉
Whenever we go to birthday parties of our (gaming group) friends, there is often something a lot of the gifts have in common: the wrapping paper! Our comic and gaming store Comicasa has had this wrapping paper for as long as I can remember now. At one point we even gift-wrapped an already gift wrapped gift with a different wrapping paper just to make a friend think we didn’t get him a board game or comic-related gift. This wrapping paper deserved to get its own comic. I’m not sure if it is common in other countries that something you buy can be gift wrapped, but here in the Netherlands, it’s a service provided by most stores.
In other really cool news, the amazing Musical Live Show of No Pun Included we were part of is now online! Elaine and Efka did an amazing job and you should totally check out the wonderful performance of Elaine, singing these funny songs about board games:
Happy Birthday 🙂
Cool we have the same birthday
A belated happy birthday then! 😉
As for the question: Here in germany in the big stores you can gift wrap your items but I do this too seldom to know how the wrapping paper looks..
I feel related because in my bday last month I received 5 book for the locar bookstore with the same paper bag xD
Hah, love this comic! 😀