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#59 - tealkangaroo
Reply +6
(11/23/2012) [-]
I'll never get you Americans, with your over-sized food, paper money and silly measuring systems.
#162 to #59 - HonkIfIDriveWell
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#60 to #59 - Loppytaffy
Reply +8
(11/23/2012) [-]
I can't think of a country that doesn't have paper money...
#163 to #60 - HonkIfIDriveWell
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
Well then you haven't traveled much.
#241 to #163 - Loppytaffy
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
I have not.
#100 to #60 - sectioneight
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
Actually, just to be a douche... No country uses 'paper' money. It's made out of cotton and linen. If every country in the world used paper to make money they wouldn't be as resistant and we probably wouldn't have much trees left.
#63 to #60 - herpyslurpee
Reply +8
(11/23/2012) [-]
australia
#68 to #63 - legodude
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
Then what is that made out of?
#80 to #68 - FriendWreck
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
A man from Australia was paying for his order at my work one day and decided he would show me his Australian 50 bill. He handed it to me and told me to rip it. I tried as hard as I could and that little **** was too tough. They are cool notes.
#72 to #68 - lolzordz
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(11/23/2012) [-]
i think its some kind of plastic
#70 to #68 - herpyslurpee
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(11/23/2012) [-]
they are plastic and made of 'a non-porous polymer'
#74 to #70 - legodude
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
thanks, so are they bendy like paper notes or stiff?
#76 to #74 - herpyslurpee
Reply 0
(11/23/2012) [-]
not sure how to explain, they're not stiff though.
/watch?v=dtTr1zi_6ig at 1:15 you can get an idea
#62 to #60 - wealthy
Reply +2
(11/23/2012) [-]
Australia....