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Poll: Are you planning to re-gift anything you were given for Christmas?

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IT’S THE THOUGHT that counts when it comes to presents, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to keep everything you’re given.

It might be seen as impolite to return a gift someone has carefully picked out for you to a shop, but re-gifting is more of a grey area.

Maybe it’s lovely, but just not your style and it will only sit in your wardrobe for years, perhaps you’re just not a chocolate-lover or maybe you got a couple of bottles of bubbly stuff and you’re thinking of giving one to a friend for their birthday in January. 

We want to know: Are you planning to re-gift anything you were given for Christmas?


Poll Results:

No, I'm not doing either (3509)
Yes (2787)
Not re-gifting exactly, but I am giving a gift to a charity (730)



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