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This Woman Thinks There's A Swastika In Her Hanukkah Wrapping Paper — Do You Agree???

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Cheryl Shapiro from Northridge, Calif. says that there are swastikas in the Hanukkah wrapping paper she got from Walgreens.

We have the evidence (above) and are wondering what YOU think!!

Is this an intentional swastika?

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Is this an intentional swastika?

  • I can see her concern… (13%)
  • No. It’s just a design flaw. (75%)
  • Yes! Clearly! (12%)

Total Votes: 13,951

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19 comments to “This Woman Thinks There's A Swastika In Her Hanukkah Wrapping Paper — Do You Agree???”

  1. beach says – reply to this


    1

    Oh for crying out loud. How stupid and how stupid to pass on something so stupid.

  2. zion orion onion says – reply to this


    2

    Wait see what will happen. If this paper is going to be withdrawn from circulation.

  3. allan says – reply to this


    3

    she needs to get a life and stop being so ridiculous

  4. stink says – reply to this


    4

    The swastika is originally from Isreal , stupid people these days.

  5. nikki says – reply to this


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    It's Hanukkah wrapping paper, regardless if it was intentional or not it should definitely be removed from circulation. The swatiska may originally be from Isreal, but it also extremely rude to anyone of the Jewish religion who may have lost someone during the Holocaust.

  6. april99 says – reply to this


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    There's no swastika! But don't buy the paper anyway because it's basically just ugly……there's a lot nicer Hanukkah paper out there.

  7. MariaS says – reply to this


    7

    The swastika is a symbol that is over 12,000 years old revered in Hinduism and Budhism, not Israel.



  8. 8

    Re: stink – not it isn't.



  9. 9

    Re: april99 – There is. they're all over it.

  10. Deb says – reply to this


    10

    Like, REALLY? Who LOOKS THAT CLOSE at F*CKING WRAPPING PAPER?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

  11. Deb says – reply to this


    11

    Do you think that it will be pulled off the shelves and become COLLECTORS' ITEMS? People need to get a life!!!!!

  12. barb says – reply to this


    12

    It is there if you actually sit and stare at the paper for a while, but who in their right mind does that. Geesh!!!!! (what am I saying , I actually wasted time looking for it….well that a dumb)



  13. 13

    No it is just ugly wrapping paper, and I do gift cards anyway so I no longer have to wrap stuff.

  14. Say What? says – reply to this


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    Re: allan – You wirte comments on a gossip site and you tell someone else to get a life and stop being ridiciulous?

  15. Say What? says – reply to this


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    Re: stink – Perhaps you should rethink the "stupid people" comment as you're labeling yourself. This is not originally a Jewish symbol and you probably shouldn't believe everything Wikipedia tells you because you see, it was written by people who are very much like you - some of them not too bright.

  16. .... says – reply to this


    16

    Lighten up lady, not everything is about you. It's a design and the "swastika" is backwards. People will find anything to get offended over these days. Annoying! Buy blue paper and call it a day..

  17. Julz says – reply to this


    17

    The Nazi's hijacked that ancient symbol of good luck and well being. Even so, I sincerely doubt the designer of the wrapping paper purposely put that in there. Return the paper and pick something different, lady.

  18. Gearmoe says – reply to this


    18

    Psychological term is Pareidolia. As you see the right angles reverse in mirror so not a swastika. The reverse image was an indigenous peoples design. Anyway, she can't argue for it, she is wrong, and Walgreens screwed up pandering to her.

  19. jan says – reply to this


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    It's definitely an ugly wrapping paper. I seen better looking Hanukkah with some dreidel.