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It's not about stupid money as we can clearly distinguish between the #1 and the #100 it's just the busy hustle and bustle here that makes us run around like a chicken with it's head cut off.. I like the look of our money here

  ntherewas1  |  11

Same in Australia! Everything up to and not including $10 is in coins =) Then the notes increase exponentially in size as they do in value. Also, just to rub in further our awesomeness, they're plastic notes so they won't be reduced to unusable pulp in the wash.

  SolanumX  |  6

First off: The majority of the homeless have set themselves up to be exactly that. Also 80 is correct, food is much more important because it can only be eaten, not potentially spent on booze, drugs, or something else that will degrade the homeless person in question even more. Also, just give them small amounts of food they can choke down because other homeless people will kill them for food, so carrying it around is a liability.

  ohmandapants  |  16

Most homeless people don't use the money for food or anything. A lot of the time it goes to booze, cigarettes and drugs. Give them food. They say the money is for food anyway, give them what they "want". And actually a lot of "homeless" people aren't homeless at all. I see one every day at the metro station, and a few days ago I caught him talking on his cellphone...

  Manganimegrl  |  16

My English teacher used to be homeless, and he had a college degree from England. When he went back to the US, he couldn't find a job, so he couldn't pay his rent, and so on. He even met a guy while he was homeless that had the same problem, went to college, couldn't find a job, and all that.

So don't insult homeless people. Most of them don't want to be homeless.

Argument ended.

By  Savra_fml  |  17

It is absurd to see the number of people who have donated $100 instead of the intended $1 & posted an FML about it! Is it really that hard to spot the difference?


If he just glanced at it and just saw the "1" part it is very easy to get mistaken especially if you're in a hurry. Sometimes I've looked and thought a one was a one hundred, what a bummer that was.

  Savra_fml  |  17

If the OP was drunk, and he would have braged about it if he was, then it is possible. OP knew they had more than one note in their pocket, so unless the begger went for a lucky dip, OP moves moron to another level.

  adrayy  |  4

Or if you don't seem to notice the difference between Benjamin Franklin and George Washington..two completely different looking people.. Taking up a good portion of the front.. Most of the front, in fact..

  Antares_01  |  9

They don't all live in Canada xD where the $1 are coins and the $100 is a bill. Canadian money is color coded too. $5 is blue, $10 is purple, $20 is green, $50 is red, $100 is gold =P

Just saying.. Not meaning to start a "who's country is better" war here


Shame on you, let's hope you are never in this mans situation cause I'm positive karma will be paying you back at some point.. Not every homeless person drinks alcohol and does drugs some are really in need

  Kony12  |  0

But unfortunately many are, they resort to drugs and alcohol as a quick solution to a large problem. I have seen old homeless men on the street in front of a gas station beg for money and quickly run in to buy cigarettes. While it may not be true that all homeless people drink and smoke, many do to alleviate the serious problems they all face.