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December 06, 2005


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As long as you think that there is nothing wrong with re-gifting, I'll ask you these questions - do you explain to the recipients that you are re-gifting? If not, why not? If asked - would you deny? If so - why? If you revealed the re-gifting, what kind of response would you expect from the recipients?

Those are a lot of questions to answer so early in the morning, but here goes:

I do not explain to people that I'm re-gifting, just like I don't tell them where I got a gift, how much I paid for it, etc. for gifts that I buy outright.

I would not deny it if asked -- why would I?

I don't think the re-gifting "reveal" would matter. If I gave something that the person liked, I don't think they'd care where it came from. I know I wouldn't.

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