National Regifting Day 2017

Reason to celebrate: December 18, 2017 is National Regifting Day.

Regifting Day

Are you aware that the 3rd Thursday of December is easily the most common date for work parties and festivities?Since gifts exchanged at these parties are usually rubbish, so that they can be eco-friendly making existence just a little simpler, Regifting Day encourages you to definitely save your valuable undesirable presents and pass them off and away to your colleagues the coming year inside a zen-like exchange of secondhand naff gifts. Clever, right?

Regifting oneself with Chiristmas leftovers
Regifting oneself with Chiristmas leftovers

The practice also has been recognized with its own day of December 18th as National Regifting Day. Regifting comes with certain rules attached to make the practice more dignified. One important rule includes rewrapping the gift after thoroughly ...

Surviving the Season of Regifting
Surviving the Season of Regifting

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National Regifting Day: Get rid of the gifts you never wanted
National Regifting Day: Get rid of the gifts you never wanted

The folks at Regiftable.com have declared the third Thursday in December as National Regifting Day to help out anyone who's ever got a fruitcake - or a pink bunny suit - for Christmas. So why the third Thursday in December? Apparently, that's where ...

Give away something you hate on National Regifting Day
Give away something you hate on National Regifting Day

Another gift-giving occasion has been unleashed on the public this holiday season, but at least this one doesn't require you to spend any money or even visit a crowded retailer. Since 2006, the third Thursday of December has been declared National ...

The Art Of Regifting
The Art Of Regifting

Regifting is a sophisticated term for something that has been going on since people have been giving gifts. We pass on as new, a gift someone else gave us. You receive a gift that doesn't fit and it came from your brother in Florida and can't easily be ...

8 items most commonly 'regifted' during the holidays
8 items most commonly 'regifted' during the holidays

The regifting phenomenon was popularized by an episode of "Seinfeld" and has actually made its way into an unofficial holiday, “National Regifting Day,” held on the third Thursday in December, apparently a popular day for office parties. The website ...

Watch John Oliver Give a Lesson in Regifting
Watch John Oliver Give a Lesson in Regifting

There's more subtlety to regifting than you'd assume. Watch the clip below should you seek more education, and be sure to celebrate National Regifting Day, which is apparently a thing that happens on December 17 or 18, depending on where you look.

December 18, 2017 is also Bake Cookies Day

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