If you see 5 cents coin when you are walking, Will you bend down and pickup?
... or, just ignore and continue walking? Do you atleast try to kick it with your feet just for mental satisfaction?
No, in England it would be low value coins like 1p, 2p, 5p. I just leave any coins I see on the ground for those who need them.
Sure will, whether it is a penny, nickel, dime or quarter, it goes in my pocket. Change adds up.
I use to pick up any coins that I found but I've stopped doing that, unless it's quarters. I know coins add up but just think how many you'd have to find in order to have just a dollar. I rarely find many on the ground anymore so it would take a while.
I will try to pick it up, but only if it's "heads up." "Tails up" is bad luck, don't you know!
Absolutely; without thinking. Now that I am thinking about this; everyone needs change in their life so pick it up and you have change. Change that we can live with...
by Rubes 7 years ago
I have two coins that add up to 30 cents and one is not a nickel. What are they?
by Deb Welch 6 years ago
Con: A coin would be a little heavier to carry around.Pro: It would save a small fortune in not having to replace damaged bills.What are your reasons?
by pamela56 8 years ago
Are "wheat pennies" worth more than 1 cent or 2.2 cents?
by Joe Roman 10 years ago
I am new here. Hi all... Take a look at my article and leave a comment so I can do it better next time...Thanks, have a great day. Joe Roman
by Paul Richard Kuehn 5 years ago
How and why did the U.S. quarter coin or 25 cents get to be known as two bits?
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
another issue I am learning more about. I have been a self-employed single parent for over a decade and my income level hasn't changed much...and its not because I don't work hard! How would FairTax affect me?
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