By whooops - 15/08/2009 13:56 - United States
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you really didn't look at the bill before giving it to him? ydi, this is why you organize your money by amount in your wallet
Makes things SO much easier? It's really not hard to tell the difference between a $100 bill and a $1 bill. They are the same size and shape, but that's about it. The numbers are different, the picture is different, front and back, if he had even looked at the bill he would know. He most likely felt for it in his wallet. Obviously he did not look at the bill, and making it a different color will do you no good if you don't even look at it.
We use $1 and $2 coins, it's not always convenient but it does the job. And all of our bills are the same size and shape and they also all have different numbers and pictures related to history, but they are all different colours depending on value. So yes if you're not really paying attention you MIGHT catch your mistake from the corner of your eye because there are noticeable differences in our bills. I have US cash, it's not that exciting and every time someone in the us wants to see Canadian bills, they love them. Especially our new ones. Everyone loves Canada!