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Regifting or regiving is the act of taking a gift that has been received and giving it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift. One example of a formalization of this activity are the white elephant gift exchanges, in which items can be regifted from year to year. In the USA, "National Regifting Day" is December 18. In Canada, eBay marketed "National Re-gifting Week" as December 26–30 (December 26 being Boxing Day, a time traditionally associated with gift-giving).

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Regifting Rules

I don't think that there's anything wrong with re-gifting as long as you follow some basic rules of etiquette including to be thankful for the thought that came with the gift, encourage people you give gifts to to regift if they see fit and don't rush to re-gift or rely on re-gifting to get presents for people. What do you think?

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