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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Accept a Terrible Gift

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What do you do if you receive a gift that leaves you speechless, disgusted, or scratching your head in bewilderment? Ignore their terrible taste and politely accept their gift.

Step 1: Smile
Smile as you discover the terrible gift someone has actually spent money on.

Step 2: Act
Act surprised, which will probably not be hard to accomplish.

Keep smiling.

Step 3: Talk
Talk about the unique features it has.

Step 4: Thank them
Thank them politely for the gift they shockingly chose for you.

Step 5: Change the subject
Change the subject or begin opening another gift.

Step 6: Give hints
Give the gift giver hints for a gift you would enjoy the next time a gift exchange is about to occur.

If you are comfortable, talk to the gift giver about their gift choice.

Step 7: Declutter
Return, sell, donate, or regift the unwanted and unused gift and keep your home free of clutter.

Did You Know?
Approximately 59 percent of consumers keep unwanted gifts they plan on never using.

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