There are certain presents you know you’ll never use.
Like that collectable plate your auntie gave you last Chirstmas.
Or that fancy non-PH balanced soap sitting in your cupboard, giving you hives just from thinking about it.
There are also certain presents you’d love to use, but which are given so abundantly you’ll never be able to. Not even if you burn scented candles from dawn ’til dusk for the remainder of your natural life.
So what do you do? You re-gift them.
Unfortunately there are those whose motives fro re-gifting are less noble than your own, however. Who re-gift so badly one might label them Christmas-ruiners.
GroupTogether — an easy, user-friendly tool that organises group gift collections — conducted some research to discover the worst re-gifted gifts Australians have ever had the displeasure of unwrapping.