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Chances are you have either given or been given a regift. In fact, whether you are a fan or foe, regifting has become a phenomenon.

Since the folks at Money Management International are givers, we wanted to share some of our thoughts about holiday gifting.In addition to gifting, we’ll cover a variety of ways consumers can keep their budgets (and sanity!) in tact. We also invite you to share your thoughts, opinions, and ideas about holiday spending.

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Strange Donations
Posted by Kim McGrigg on 12/1/2008
 
Regifting to charity is a great idea?most of the time. However, there are some things that just shouldn?t be passed on. Check out this list of 10 Unusual Items That've Really Been Donated To Food Drives. I found them in an article on CuriousRead.com:

10. Four gallons of cake icing
9. Charcoal
8. MREs (MREs are self-contained field rations)
7. 40's of malt liquor
6. German cough syrup
5. Homemade pickled eggs
4. Motor oil
3. Raw emu meat and ostrich eggs
2. Personal lubricant, cherry-flavored
1. Box of cucumbers, with cash and drugs

In lieu of emu meat, consider donating something really valuable?your time. Use your holiday spirit on activities such as volunteering at a local food bank (just be sure to watch out for those pickled eggs!)
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