Last year I received a lot of presents some which I never would use and the others well they were nice but did not fit. I felt rude asking the person who gave me the present for the receipt to exchange it. I came up with an idea of giving it to someone that can use it instead of keeping it in my closet collecting dust. My question is, is it rude giving someone else your last year’s Christmas present? I thought about it several times well I figure I am never going to use it and there is a lot of people out there in need of clothes. I also look at it in their standpoint they worked hard and they used their hard earned money to pay for the gifts. It’s only polite for the person who receives the gift to use it. Millions of people are on budget trying to save money or don’t have any money to go shopping. I believe the first thing they should do is find things that are still wrapped or they don’t want to give them to people first. And then start making a shopping list from there. It would help with the budget and if you think about it you don’t need it why have something put away for a long time you may never use. It would be a good occasion to get rid of clutter.
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