Discussion in 'General Chat' started by UnGrave, Oct 24, 2020.
I just put my change in my wallet... >.>
I have coins hidden inside a broken 3D puzzle, just lying around on top of a cabinet, inside my little desk, and of course my wallet
I have a chocolate box where I put my changes. Once it's full, I'll exchange it to notes~~
i have coins in like 3 different bags because sometimes i want to buy certain things and i stuff some coins in them and then forget about it. I also have a bunch of coins in my phone case because I find them randomly and don't have the heart to just forget about them.
Thanks to my procrastinating spirit, almost everytime I pocketed some change outside, I would drop it off to almost any place where small changes shouldn't belong after those coins (in my pocket or wallet) bothering my sorry ass everytime I sat down, or after I realized I'm making those jingling sounds while walking around inside my home.
Boy, while cleaning at the end of the month, it surely amounts to some dough, I'd say. Extra deposits for my kid's school fund.
The only thing I have all around my house is dead human tissue.
Note that not all dust is human tissue, rather a good portion of it is classified as etcetera. I really home you mean dust though, since it wouldn't be a happy scene otherwise.
I use a bowl, but I sometimes just place change on whatever surface is nearest.
I have a wonton soup container in my car for change every time I fill it, I separate the change, silver (nickels dimes quarters), bronze (pennies)
Into separate large coffee cans in my basement by my washer and dryer.
If you have a credit union, or bank near you that offers change sorting with a account, join them because otherwise those machines at stores take like 11%
i have about 3 change spots that i know of. can't count the other random spots that have random coins laying around.
quite amazing how much you can rack up from coins and changes from all those spots.
I do the samething but for a completely different reason.
I have money hidden all around my house for multiple reasons;
To check if a guest steals. If they do steal it then I'm kickin em out my house.
Its a really good way for me to save my money. I usuallt just get 100 usd and plant it around my house.
Its kinda pogu when you find 5usd in a couch cushion.
I used to do that but after I cleaned one time and found almost 500 USD in change I started keeping track. Although the change doesn't seem like a lot it builds up fast, so now I keep a jar near where I usually check and just dump it in.
I have about 5-6 stashes of reserve money (change and up) around the place...
Change change, that gets piled up in my wallet (1 cent, 2, 5, 10, 20), when I remember about it, I usually toss on one corner of the living room table and it magically disappears into someone elses pockets whenever it's needed.
I once bought a really fancy (camel hair) coat from the ‘spare’ change I had accumulated over a few years. It really is worth it to count your coins occasionally...
All my change goes to a metal box which my little sister keeps flaunting for no reason at all.
I keep it in two or three places (not vases) so when the hero come searching for treasure he doesn't leave empty-handed? (and without finding my true savings)
My house has vases for that. That, and I use unwanted big jars, I think I ended up amass enough coins for $1000 or $2000, but not going to put into banks because those MFckers will charge me.
And then there is my uncle who leaves his bank notes all over his room sometimes when I visit his house out of obligation. That guy once left a stack of hundreds lying on his bed ffs. Really tempted to make it go missing that time, but then I recall he has cameras and microphones all over his room.
I would know cuz one time I went to his room to steal a porn mag and he managed to call me out in front of everyone. Dang it.
You can't leave change around in my house, it will mysteriously disappear into my mother's money jar lol
Ain't he a fun chap, eh.
Whenever i enter my room, i would always emptied my pocket and put the coins in a box
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