More than half of all Americans re-gift. The other half? Probably afraid of getting caught.
Tech websites have great gift guides with lots of fun suggestions. Darth Vader clock radio, anyone?
The gifts in the song are almost as bad as fruitcake and those scratchy Christmas sweaters you get for people you don't care about.
Oh, yes, and there's an app (or apps) for that.
Need a stocking stuffer? First Gold to Go machine in U.S. dispenses gold bars or coins in gift boxes.
Compare rates offered by FedEx, UPS and the post office before you send that last-minute package.
It's important that you don't out-think yourself by getting a gift that ends up costing somebody money down the road.
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