I suffer insomnia. At 4.00 a.m. I woke up last night. I see I recived a message from my father (who I don' t see since June) on the phone. Well, the message made me nervous so I went for my cigarettes just to find out that I ran out of cigarettes. I decided to get out of the window and went to buy some. At 3.00 a.m. the pub I always go to buy them closed so I had to go to an automatic cigarette machine. I decided to get a walk first so I started walking. I walked and reached one of those automatic machines. It wasn' t the one I always go to and was different. I couldn' t find the place where to insert coins and noticed that the hole where to place your money paper was covered with some tape. I read the instructions and there was a little note handwritten down:
We cannot accept paper money because after some the machine stops due to cocaine. If you wrap 2700€ from 50€ money paper you can get a cocaine dose.
Unbelivable! I noticed that every automatic machine had the tape there. I mean there' s so much cocaine on paper money?!
I don't get it? Your money is made with coke?
No, every paper money has cocaine on it. If you wrap that cocaine from 50€ paper notes you' ll get a dose wrapping it from 2700€ and if you insert paper money into those kind of machines the money gets filled with cocaine.
Federiker;3300967No, every paper money has cocaine on it. If you wrap that cocaine from 50€ paper notes you' ll get a dose wrapping it from 2700€ and if you insert paper money into those kind of machines the money gets filled with cocaine.
Sorry but I still don't understand. I don't think US money is made with cocaine, or maybe it is. Can you provide proof?
I think Mary Poppins is fit.
13th July 2006
Im puzzled at this aswell. Are you saying money is made with cocaine or are you saying people who wrap cocaine in money are clogging up the machines that take paper money?
Ok, maybe you' ll understand how cocaine gets on money with this picture...
I pretend to do stuff.
16th January 2004
What he means is this:
Cocaine is used so oftenly that on average a €50 note will have some on it. Appearantly, 54 €50 notes theoretically have enough cocaine on them to form a full dose. This clogs up the machine, and it thus won't accept paper money anymore.
(For those who are wondering how the cocaine gets on the bill, you snort a line of cocaine through a rolled up piece of paper. The paper quite oftenly being a piece of paper money.)
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
16th April 2005
Wow, that's quite incredible. A lot of cocaine to be in circulation, especially in day to day use.
Federiker;3300989Ok, maybe you' ll understand how cocaine gets on money with this picture...Spoiler: ShowDon' t mind the fruit.
I kind of thought that is what you meant but I find it funny it affects the machine. LOL Yeah, I know how coke is snorted ;) But most coke heads get every last bit off the bill but there is a little residue left.
This is indeed old news about the coke and the bills. And I think its sick if you ask me. I say blame the Germans:evilgrin: