A Christmas card purchased this week for some relative has an overabundance of white space on the inside.

“Geez, are you kidding me? How the hell am I going to be able to fill all of that in?” thought local man Rohan Casey.

Casey steeled himself to fill in at least 50% of the white space in line with unspoken Christmas card writing conventions.

“Any less than 50% and it will look like I didn’t try,” said Casey.

Casey tried to come up with something original, however reverted back to some trusty fail-safe phrases beginning with “I hope”.

Casey was forced to finish off his message with, “I hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year”, despite the almost identical phrase already being printed right in the middle of the inside of the card.