Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by deleted, Aug 27, 2013.
its not like they are worth very much.. do you keep them or throw them away? .. :love:
I always keep mine to chew on every now and then
i knew a girl named penny, many years ago, i thought was attractive.
but no, generally i do not find currency nor coinage attractive. mostly because they have words and human faces on them. neither of which i find attractive either.
I remember my son used to throw handfuls of them out into the yard. I still find them from time to time.
i like to smell them
and taste them
That was my first thought too. We miss you Penny. Come and post more often!
i keep all my pennies.... nothing worse than being a few pennies short and having to break a crisp note
Only my own. Otherwise that would be mad gay.
yeah a nice fresh struck penny is a thing of beauty. look at that vibrant copper color.. sometimes fiery red, sometimes pinkish, but more often just that unmistakable copperry copper color.
Sometimes when I get bored I like to polish my pennies.
pre 1982 pennies are worth about 2.3 cents today in copper value!
Just as a curious fellow pennieslover, what do you use to rub your pennies with?
u know whats weird.. i never find random pennies on the floor anymore.. its always either nickles or dimes. which i m not complaining about.. lol just saying..
i like the silver pennies
Is there a such thing? I got an indian gold penny. Must've been one of the earliest American currencies idk really..
i used to like penny
and the other penny
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXibmrq4vbA"]Penny - Toast - YouTube
That's interesting. They were considering making pennies from steel again, then they realize it would cost more than a penny to produce. I think they may just call them obsolete, since the dollar itself is nearly worthless.
Still, perpetual printing on money we don't have just continues the Wrath of the Banksters
they cant be all that rare...i have two of them and im not even american
Yeah I keep them, they add up after a while lol.
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