Simply celebrating life
It makes no centsto squander your pence.
Ah, so true, so true!!
my money used to bouncewhen backed by the ouncenow its kinda flatand i hate to even think about that
Deft use of words, Willow. Must confess that when we were in the US in June, I always came home with pockets weighed down by coins at the end of each day!
Thank you, Sylvia - it's been a roller-coaster ride for some currencies recently.
Well said, Brian - funny thing is the Australian dollar has been at its strongest in about 25 years!
Strongest it has been in 25 years? As the children's book reads, "It has been a horrible, no good, very bad day. I think I'll move to Australia." ROFL... Loved this!!!~J.
Yes, I DO INDEED remember that story, Janine!
You could buy Turkish liraBut it won't take you nearerto a fortune, my friend.You'll lose in the end.
Just been listening to our Chancellor George Osborne on the Breakfast News. In the UK today..They're making cuts. No 'ifs', no 'buts'.
mmm, betting's no way to make $'s
My best friend whose name is Benny, His piggy bank is down to the last penny. Hopefully he won't try to become a martyr, But instead perhaps switch over to barter.
Is there a country with a strong monetary system? Great rhyme and I like that you used the symbols.
What you need is a change purseto turn the change into dollars
I think we should be boldAnd invest our cash in goldThe pound is fallingAnd the dollar is stalling
Very nice work, Ayak, especially find something to rhyme with ``lira''.I've been trying for 12 hours to leave a comment on your Silly Saturday post, but seem to be shut out from commenting!!
David: A few people are having the same problem. I reported it to Blogger ages ago. One of my followers discovered that he couldn't comment if he was using Mozilla Firefox but COULD comment using Internet Explorer. Now I'm a real pc numpty so I don't understand how that works (or doesn't work as the case may be!)
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