Walleton June 19, 2014 at 12:00 am
Wallets tell a story. It’s like a tiny biography, which is why it’s so traumatizing to lose it. As evidence, here’s the current contents of my wallet:
â€¢ Various membership and credit cards.
â€¢ An Oregon driver’s license even though I don’t live there anymore.
â€¢ An NYC metro card.
â€¢ A student ID I’ve been using for discounts years past graduation.
â€¢ Twelve dollars.
â€¢ A fortune cookie fortune that says “Friends are more valuable than money.”
â€¢ A picture of a cat.
See what I mean? Most of that stuff is nigh irreplaceable. Where in the hell can anyone get twelve dollars.
Who engraved the president’s tombstone? It has that professional hand-drawn look everyone attempts but never masters.
I’m more impressed with the quote, “The Pres”. OG GW.
I know what you mean, in my country it takes two weeks of work to make 12 dollars, so its pretty hard to come by…
I have no idea where Benjamin Franklin is buried, so I guess I’d have to keep his if I found it.
The joke is that the first thing he finds is a dollar with George Washingtons face on it. *flies away with jetpack*
I’m from the EU. All we get are bridges. Are they digging for a dead bridge?
The new 5 & 10 â‚¬ banknotes also have goddess Europa, so maybe they’re searching for a mythological entity…
Im my country there is a panther and a fish onde the money.
Canada’s new plastic fiver shows an astronaut floating in space by the ISS. Good luck returning THAT wallet!