I got lucky this year.
No returns, liked everything.
First Christmas yet.
The only gift I received isn't returnable, it's candy.
So, I guess I have no returns either.
I did not get many gifts but what I got is useful so no need to return. I generally do not expect many presents anyway
I do usually get loads of chocolates from the kids at my school but this year I spent the last 3 weeks of term before the holiday with a banged up ankle so did not get to receive them this year, I expect all those chocolates will just get eaten by the kids instead
I am returning nothing thankfully. I got a wok a carbon steel one. Now I have to season it. Can't wait to use it.
No returns. I can use every thing that I got - Photoshop CS4 was my fav.
I appriciate everything that is ever gifted to me, so I never box up gifts or return them, only returns I have ever done were clothes that did not fit..and they were simply just exchanges for the correct fitting
Most of my gifts were edible, so I won't be returning them since they've been digested for a long time.
No returns. I got a neat lamp, optical fiber. A Christmas scene of a house and ice skaters that can also play Jingle Bells. It is now under the little tree as a display for Christmas. It will be boxed later and put away until next Christmas. It is pretty cool and very dramatic at night.
No returns or exchanges here. One sweater that doesn't fit but was bought at an outlet and not worth trapsing over there to return it.
I'm glad we didn't have a big amount of this as I hate the return lines and then getting the gift card and trying to figure out what to buy.
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