christmas present dilema

@paul8675 (750)
Australia
January 7, 2007 2:48pm CST
I am sure it is a common dilema that family members give you christmas presents that you know you will never use. Do you politely accept them and say thank you? Is there some other strategy you tend to use? Does anyone up front say that they can't use it and ask for an exchange? Anything else?
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@Jlowe110 (313)
• United States
7 Jan 07
Well, I say thanks and if its something I definately can't use, For instance it doesn't fit, I ask for the reciept, But if its a cheapthing I don't want, I say thanks and keep it. Its the thought that counts most of the time.
@BigBenas (945)
• Lithuania
7 Jan 07
I had the same problem and i don't know how to respond to it . I hade it but family just does it , but not always .