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Regiftable.com launched for the first time on November 1, 2006 to open a dialog about holiday gifting. At first, we weren’t sure what to expect, but a real dialog is exactly what went on!   We’ve had two successful contests with a total of nearly 900 regifting story submissions ranging from horrific to hilarious. During each contest, site visitors rated their favorite stories and three lucky regifters won some great prizes.  Regiftable.com has been repackaged twice; each time offering new and exciting features. 

In addition to the activity on the site, Regiftable.com received some very impressive media interest. The site was featured on the homepages of MSN, AOL and Yahoo. It was also mentioned in more than 700 media exposures.

We have been so pleased with the success of this site that we have decided to rewrap Regiftable.com again this year.  The site has been redesigned to include a few more fun interactive features, as well as another opportunity to win with a new regifting story submission contest.  Submit your regifting story today for a chance to win!

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Meat Grinder
By: Elizabeth
From: Greenville
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When I started spending Christmas Day with my boyfriend's (and later husband's) family, it was always entertaining when an eccentric uncle appeared with a dirty pillow case, used grocery bag or gym bag full of stuff for us, never wrapped. As he handed out the presents (unwrapped), we all tried not to show our "fear", not knowing what he would hand us. The gifts, all from the local flea market, were items like unmatched socks, 10-year old chocolate covered cherries, knock-off perfumes or after-shave, flashlites that never worked, or flannel shirts that you coulkd see through. The most memorable, though, was the meat grinder with dried up meat all over it! We accepted these gifts with a happy heart, thinking that he had little money and only good intentions. The real kicker was when he died and left all of his money to the church...$450,000!


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