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    "5 quid"
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    "5 pounds"
    177
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    I'd say '5 pounds' to 5 pound coins but a 'fiver' to a note, but then I feel strange because that's not the way I usually speak.
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    Five hundred pence


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    2.50 x 3 = 7.50 - 2.00 = 5.50 - 48p = 5.02...still 2p left m8
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    (Original post by vhowkins)
    I'd say '5 pounds' to 5 pound coins but a 'fiver' to a note, but then I feel strange because that's not the way I usually speak.
    Hell yeah love it when posh girls speak slang...sounds v cool.
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    "Five quid" I'm ashamed to say. Anyone who says "a fiver" is retarded, a fiver is a note, and singular

    (Original post by Alleykat606)
    I say 'fiver' in reference to 5p just to mess with people
    Steady on you rebel!

    (Original post by deedee123)
    also a lot of scottish people tend to say "5 pound" instead of "5 pounds"
    Instant turn off when a girl does this
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    Five of your finest British pounds kind sir...
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    Panch paund.
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    5 GBP's
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    'Fiver in change' :holmes:
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    5 pounds
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    (Original post by DeepStar)
    "five poond"
    Are you Asian by any chance???
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    Both. Probably quid more though.
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    5 squid





    (Original post by bahjat93)
    Are you Asian by any chance???
    (Original post by bahjat93)


    Well then it'd be panj poond?
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    (Original post by bahjat93)
    Are you Asian by any chance???
    Indeed, but I was appealing to my Geordie side too

    (Original post by de_monies)



    Well then it'd be panj poond?
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    Five pound


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    2nd base?
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    Five pounds.
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    I'd say, "You generous guy! Thanks for the money!" And run away.
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    I'd probably say "five pound" or "five pounds".

    "Quid" is fine, probably wouldn't use it.

    "Fiver" refers to the note!
 
 
 
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