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What To Do With Unwanted Gifts

Photo: Wiki Commons/VOAIf you got unusual gifts for Christmas, like maybe a steel rat, what to do with them?

It’s no fun storing them… They take up valuable space! And throwing them in the trash seems so wasteful.

Luckily, freefrombroke.com has compiled a list of ways to rid yourself of those gifts you don’t want.

Obviously, regifting tops the list. Just don’t be like my aunt and leave the old tags on!

Or, make some money for those Christmas bills. They recommend having a winter garage sale. Just make sure the giver doesn’t find out!

Donate it. They include putting ads on Craigslist or Freecycle, along with Goodwill.

Read their complete idea list here.

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