Saturday, December 12, 2015

Not The Most Popular Figurines


Doesn't everyone re-gift at some point in their lives?

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  1. Haha! Tolkien nailed human nature! I am a hobbit and I pass on mathoms. I am completely okay with regifting! If I receive a useful gift that isn't right for me, and I know someone who would really enjoy it, I regift. I'm just very careful to make sure that I don't give it as a gift to the person who first gave it to me. That said, there isn't much in this world I don't enjoy, so I rarely regift. It's the spirit of the giving that gives me pleasure more than the actual gift. The reason I regift is that I hate to see things go to waste by languishing in a back closet if there is someone who could use it. My gift to our planet: recycling. Happy Saturday, Martha!

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    1. I hear ya, Louise. I am a minimalist, so nothing stays around here for very long if it's not being used. If I can't re-gift, I will donate!

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  2. Love these haha And yes, well, at least I have regifted before and am this year as well! Some cultures it's considering nicer than "brand new."

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  3. Hilarious! Now, some might say I'm about to shamelessly steal this cartoon from your blog to use later next week in my own Nativity LOLs post, but I prefer to think that I am simply re-gifting this marvelous cartoon. Thank you, Martha!

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    1. You are re-gifting, Debra. No doubt about it. I do it (shamelessly) all the time :)

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  4. ha! oh these are awesome. regifting? well yes, of course. if it is an item that will only collect dust in my house why shouldn't it get a second chance at life?

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    1. I totally agree. It's the best thing to do, if you ask me.

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  5. These are hilarious! My husband got a box of a dozen bottles of wine a month ago. I packaged them up to give as Christmas presents and he said he wanted to keep them. He doesn't drink wine and I only drink Moscato (wine must taste like sparkling grape juice for me to like it, apparently!) but he said he wants to get a wine cabinet and put all of those crazy wines in there. Okay, so no regifting for me.

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    1. That's a lot of wine! Maybe he'll eventually get bored of them. There may be re-gifting in your future :)

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  6. Not me, but I do have gare sales!

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    1. Maybe your wife? I've never done a garage sale. I have no patience for them!

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    2. I see I don't know how to spell garage! My wife has not regifted to my knowledge. Now she does stick things under the tree that we bought earlier. I'm always surprised.

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  7. Too cute :) I've been known to re-gift a time or two :)

    betty

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  8. My kind of nativity figures!! Hahaha... Yes, I have re-gifted. I confess. Is there punishment for re-gifters or do they just get probation?

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    1. Most of us are guilty here, Barb, so we're not telling :)

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  9. Some of the best gifts I've ever gotten were regifted gifts at gift exchange/white elephant parties. Mary has the right idea.

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    1. She certainly does, Robyn. Why not re-gift? Better than getting rid of things.

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  10. Anybody gets me candles, I always "re gift" them, as you call it. I can't stand smelly candles!

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    1. No candles, Kay? I love candles, especially if they are vanilla scented!

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  11. I have regifted but told the person I was giving it to because it was something they liked and that I couldn't use. Then I think, they gave me something that they couldn't use.

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    1. That is very cool. What a great way for things to find a home that can use them.

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