Weâ€™ve all been there. The lotion is too flowery, the cow pitcher scares you. Itâ€™s so tempting to slip on a new tag and slide it back under the tree for someone else. No oneâ€™s the wiser, right?
Donâ€™t be so sure! Regiftable.com has its eye on regifters everywhere. Money Management International started the site as a way to laugh about excessive frugality, and the stories have flooded in; people have received used clothing, half-eaten candy gifts, and presents theyâ€™ve already given. Some of the stories will crack you up. Some stories might make you grateful that the lotion wasnâ€™t half-used when you got it.
Regiftable doesnâ€™t treat regifting with disdain, though: in fact, they applaud thriftiness, and provide a list of guidelines for the prospective regifter so you can get a little good advice as well as a lot of laughs. So take out that cow pitcher, fill it with cookies, and write a little note to Aunt Mildred the animal lover. A regift is on its way!
Check it out: Regiftable.com