The following passage is from the book Diary of a Wimpy Kid:
Halfway through the summer, I decided I was pretty much done with swim team. So I came up with a trick to get out of practice. I'd swim a few laps, and then I'd ask the coach if I could use the bathroom. Then I'd just hide out in the locker room until practice was over. The only problem with my plan was that it was something like forty degrees in the boys' bathroom. So it was even colder in THERE than it was in the pool. I had to wrap myself up in the toilet paper so I didn't get hypothermia.
How can I understand the phrase in the toilet paper?
I have got two explanations:
- I used the toilet paper to wrap the box.
- I wrapped the box, and make the box covered or wrapped in the toilet paper which has that thing over or round its surface.
I wonder which one is correct?