Before and after Xmas…

This article was written by my husband (yes I say it with pride!!!) and I think it deserves to be in many many blogs, so if you consider is worthy… just copy paste! thanks 😉

Sell your unwanted Christmas presents and get cash for the things you really want.
It is estimated that about one in four people in the UK will receive a Christmas present that they don’t really want. So every year there is millions of pounds worth of unwanted gifts lying around cupboards, draws and attics all over the country.
Who can honestly say that they have never received an undesirable gift for Xmas? If you reckon you haven’t, then consider yourself a very lucky person and start playing the lottery!
Try to remember:
The awkwardness of unwrapping a present just to find a pair of Spice Girls musical boxer shorts inside. The false smile, the disappointment. You say “thank you grandma” but you think to yourself “she does realize I’m 42 now”!
The unease and frustration you feel when you receive fuchsia socks with a Buy-One-Get-One-Free sticker on it!
And of course the famous wooly jumper with reindeers and snowflakes on it, that has the power to blind people if they stare at it for too long.
I could go on forever, believe me the list is long: Meat cook book
for vegetarians, nostril hair clipper, Millwall FC season ticket, a book on 1950’s telegraph poles, Bob the builder playstation game
and so on…
Living alone in a dark humid corner of a house is not a fatality for unwanted presents, and they deserve a better life. The world is a big place and there is surely someone out there desperately looking for your Spice Girls boxers.
Selling your unwanted presents can save a lot of space in your house and make you some money for the things you are really into. It also helps the environment in a way because instead of just stacking up tons of belongings, your items can find a second life with somebody who really wants them.
If you are worried about hurting someone’s feeling by selling their gifts, just ask yourself why they didn’t have the decency to take the 2 for 1 sticker off your socks.
The best way to sell Christmas gifts is on the internet, and for more than one reason: You don’t have to leave the house, you get millions of potential buyers that can see your items 24 hours a day all year round,…
A good site to sell your stuff on is PriceMinister
listing items is free & unlimited, your payment is guaranteed and you can also earn £5 pounds each time you invite a friend to join the community.
So wait no more, free your unwanted gifts & start cashing in!


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