National Re-Gifting Day is a unique holiday loved by Americans! The point is to present a gift to a person that did not fit, did not like or simply is not needed. It’s so easy to get rid of unnecessary things and please others! We think it’s a great idea!
The TV series “Seinfeld” gave the world the term “Re-gifting”. If you watched the picture, then remember the episode! In practice, donation was used long before the series. They say you shouldn’t give gifts: some consider it cruel and wrong. We consider the situation differently – an object may not be needed by one person, but another is simply necessary! Two win here.
National Day was celebrated until 2008, but only covered office life. Employees of the company mutually made such gestures, and everyone was satisfied. Then the date was celebrated more globally, both housewives and hard workers participated in it.
It’s amazing that:
- in Persia, every family has chess – traditionally they are given to newlyweds for a wedding;
- in Australia, you can make a list of desired gifts in advance and give it to friends so that they decide among themselves who and what will give;
- the most global and biggest gift is the Statue of Liberty. The structure was donated by France;
- the famous insidious gift – the Trojan Horse;
- Eskimos are real craftsmen! They create presents from ice with their own hands.
- According to statistics, pets receive more presents than people.
How to celebrate
Look at the gifts and sort them. Choose the items you don’t need – they will be useful on National Re-Gifting Day. Write a post dedicated to the date and publish it on social networks. Discuss with subscribers!
When is National Re-Gifting Day celebrated in 2022?
National Re-Gifting Day is observed on the third Thursday of December each year.