Friday, May 20, 2005

Down With Dimes

Dimes Must Die.


I'm glad you asked:

Because they are so lazy, Dimes have become scrawny and weak. The Dime is the smallest coin, smaller even than the nobel Penny. Compared to the burly Quarter and the hard-working Nickel, Dimes are the bottom of the monetary food chain. So lazy is the Dime that often they will be hiding amongst Pennies to avoid the work of being spent. The Penny's size behooves it, as it makes it easier to save them in bulk to amass their collected value, but the Dime's reduced size simply makes it harder to find among all the other useful change.

Many more reasons included.

(Be sure to scroll down and play with the baby eating Pac-Dime.)

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