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If you've never made some sort of joke about how the word 'wrapping' sounds exactly the same as the word 'rapping' then we're disappointed and/or convinced that you're lying.

Just think of the endlessly hilarious possibilities. Okay, so we've gone blank at the moment but there are some we're sure.

In fact, here's something we wished we'd have thought of first. Just in time for Christmas, Rapping Paper allows you to wrap your gifts in the lyrics of some iconic hip-hop songs, including tracks from Eminem, Run DMC and The Sugarhill Gang.

You can impress your family, although perhaps not your gran, by picking some up here.

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