I see nothing wrong with re-gifting; that is, if the gift is good enough to re-give. I think it’s better to give an object use, even through another person, than for it to waste away in a box collecting dust for years and years until a pass at spring cleaning forces it into the Goodwill pile. If you received a good smelling candle for your birthday and you want to give it to me for Christmas – go ahead! I’m actually applauding you for your thriftiness! Let’s appreciate the people this holiday season rather than the presents, or worse where they came from.
Right now Eric and I are re-teaching ourselves Cribbage! I gave it to him as an early Christmas present and it was a darn good idea for the afternoon! It’s not re-gifting but it is a gift!
P.S. Give the gift of savings this holiday season! I’m always a stickler for underpricing and I’ll save my dollars wherever I can. Before you go out to eat be sure to look for any coupons at http://fast-food-coupons.info/.
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