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    I regift! Definitely! I don't believe in waste so would much prefer someone to have something than it sit in my cupboard. It's rare that I pass something on as an actual gift though (unless it's perfect for that person). But I'm a big giver-away-er! =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscotti View Post
    I think you and I are cousins

    That particular box has been doing the rounds since about 2003
    Ooh really?

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    An example of the kind of 're-gift' we get from the ILs; DS had a birthday a few weeks ago and they gave him a kiddy pale, spade and rake. It had sand in it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinSparkles View Post
    An example of the kind of 're-gift' we get from the ILs; DS had a birthday a few weeks ago and they gave him a kiddy pale, spade and rake. It had sand in it!!
    Wowee - lucky guy!

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    Occasionally, but never anything used or opened, and usually just for kris-kringles etc...

    Unless I know it's something they really want.

    Mel x

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    I have no problem with regifting things I don't want or need, but am not shameless enough to pretend I bought it! I will just let them know it was something I was given and thought they might like it

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    My mum bought my mother-in-law a gift for her birthday, and she was given it back for Christmas by my sister-in-law!


 

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