I pick up change when I find it on the ground.
I don’t need the money.
I don’t need a good luck charm.
It’s just monetary litter.
What would happen if everyone started throwing their money on the ground?
Think of the mess!
note! … total score!
double note: if money grew on trees, I’m sure it would always be winter when I went to the forest.
triple note: countries that don’t have pennies must be unlucky.
quadruple note: throw coins in the correct receptacles: fountains and stuff!
quintuple note: is a “receptacle” when you make a reception and then get tackled?
I can smell the ocean, but I know it’s still a day away.
(the ocean is my euphemism for the weekend … I thought you knew that)
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Tagged chopsticks, coins, fountains, humor, lucky pennies, monetary litter, money on the ground, receptacle, reception with a tackle afterward ... but not before ... because that's a penalty
Stuff in water is supposed to look bigger
… but these one yen coins still look like one yen coins.
I thought they’d at least look like 5 or 10 yen coins.
note: I guess change doesn’t change in water.
double note: I put other coins into this thing to see if they’d look any bigger, but they didn’t.
When I was taking my coins back out again, some people looked at me funny. … I guess they’ve already tried this experiment or something.
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The vending machine only took coins and I found the exact change in my pocket.
It was all very “coincidental”.
note: I think I have “coinci-dental insurance“: when I need something done to my teeth, it’s never covered. What a coincidence!
double note: Append Age, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Cott Age, Coin Age, Foli Age, Old Age, Dot Age, …
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