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Cyranny’s quickie!

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Have you ever had a gift exchanged or reimbursed, because you didn’t like it?

 

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18 thoughts on “Cyranny’s quickie!

  1. Definitely, I did a gift exchange at a party 2 years ago and got a pair of men socks. What do I do with that? Fortunately, my coworker included a receipt so I could go exchange it for a gift card.

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    1. Hehehehehe, I guess you just have to be careful remembering who gave you the bad presents not to regive them to them 😉 Or maybe that could be a (not so) subtle message? 😛

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    1. As I told Paula, you just have to be careful, unless you want to let the people who gave you disappointing gifts know, just how special you felt when you received them 😛

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      1. I’m sincere in thanking whoever took the time to buy the gift, even if I privately think it’s awful. If I regift, I make sure it’s not given to someone else who is acquainted with the first person too. It can be tricky!

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  2. no, I never have. If someone took the time to purchase or create a present for me I kept it. I still have the horribly double-FISH vase someone gave me at my wedding. Looks like two catfish slapping each other with their tails. *shudders*. It is in the living room.

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    1. I’m the same, Madame Suze! A couple of birthdays back, my brother and his boyfriend gave me this insanely ugly lamp (and I mean it… In Lampworld, this lamp would have to be the kindest lamp ever to make lamp friends… And it would probably make lampbabies cry). And did I get rid of it, or at least hide it in a closet? Nope! It is still in the livingroom. I even found a purpose for it; I realized that if a thief was to break into our apartment, if he saw The Lamp, he probably wouldn’t bother looking for anything worth reselling. LOL

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