Ah, 'Tis the season for holiday joy, warm fuzzy feelings, and gifts - Including those gifts you get that you just don't know what to do with...

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Whether it's the holidays or not, is it ever okay to re-gift something that was given to you? Most people put a lot of time and effort into picking out that special gift for someone, and sometimes they just don't get it right. Is it better to keep something you don't want or need, just to spare someone's feelings?

This becomes a huge debate every holiday season. It seems like it's okay to re-gift a present from a co-worker, or as part of a gift exchange, but a lot of people don't think it's okay to re-gift a present from a family member or significant other. Is there a difference? If you re-gift for one, shouldn't you be able to re-gift for the other?

What do you think? Is it okay to re-gift, or should you keep something even if you don't like it (as in, it's the thought that counts and all that). Let us know what you think below:

Make sure you join the conversation on Lite 98.7 as well! Matt and Naomi will be talking about re-gifting on Tuesday morning, on your Workday Kick-Off. You can voice your opinion at: (315) 721-0987
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