Is it okay to sell a gift that someone gave you?
I have a purse that I got as a graduation gift, I've used it a couple of times, but it's not really my style. Is it wrong to sell the purse? Especially since I see the people who gave me the present at least once a year.
It's not wrong to sell it. It's your purse. The only obligation you have to the people who give you a gift is to thank them for it. After that, it's up to you what to do with it.
Yes, I think it's ok for you to sell the purse...better to let someone else use and enjoy it rather than having it sit in your closet.
it is yours, you decide, a lot of people sells things that had been used at ebay, nothing wrong as long you don't wear it
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