*looks at his State Coin collection map on his wall, hangs his head in shame*
Hey, I have a complete state map, so I’m a nerd too.
I did when I was eight. It died a horrible death one fateful day when I wanted to go out and buy some candy, but I was out of cash.
I used to have a collection too. I have no idea what happened to it (I think my mom has it).
That said, I probably have at least 1/3 of the state quarters in my “vending machine fund”.
I had one of those when I was younger, but I gave it to my brother when I got to middle school.
I still have one. Not complete.
I’ve got one. Can’t wait for it to appreciate massively in value! Right now it’s worth almost $12.50!
You know the state coin maps for the US? There’s one for Euro coins where you put them in the slot for where they were minted.
“We’re tiny, we’re toony,
we’re all a little loonie
The Canadian dollar has been in coin format for a lo-o-ong time. It’s got a Loon on it so we, as a Nation, got clever and dubbed it the “Loonie.”
When it was announced that the two-dollar bill would also be replaced with a coin, I got excited coz *for sure* it would be called the “Dubloon” (or “Dubloonie”) coz it was a double-Loonie, dontcha know? Cool, huh? Like the old Spanish Dubloons..!
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