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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    No. Even if I did see £50 on the floor, I'd leave it; It's not mine to take.
    So you'd leave it for someone else to take?
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    you're both online.
    fantastico!

    (I think that's how you say "fantastic" in eye-talian) lol
    Lol yepp! But I'm gonna go offline for a bit now Talk to you later!
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    No way
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    No. Even if I did see £50 on the floor, I'd leave it; It's not mine to take.
    Yeh right
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    This is the weirdest thing, I saw exactly the same thing happen in a film yesterday that I was half paying attention to on Netflix.

    A guy was walking his dog in the park, the dog did a poo but a police officer saw, so the guy had to pick it up and used a cash note to do it. And then after he threw the note away, someone sees that money lying on the ground and picks it up, only to find poo in it.

    I can't remember which film it was now...
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    No. Even if I did see £50 on the floor, I'd leave it; It's not mine to take.
    when nobility becomes stupid.
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    yes would pay it into the bank immediately so i wouldnt have to handle it
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    I so would for £50 its worth it I would hope that i could pull it out by a corner which wasn't covered in poop then I would fine the nearest loo and give it a good wipe (and my hands) and then pop in the bank and deposit it in to my account using one of the machines so no one would no hehe
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    (Original post by defenestrated)
    how do you wash money
    Using a sleazy lawyer, or corrupted banker;
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    (Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
    Yeh right
    Its true
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    I never normally follow someone I've never spoken to several times before but your posts are just



    muah! bellisimo! :rofl:

    shawtyb ravioliyears I'm tapping into my inner Italianness.
    cheers b
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    cheers b
    :yy:
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    Dogs are nice, clean creatures, and their poop is nice and clean, so yes I'd pick it up. Dogs are really clean.
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    What a stupid question.

    OF COURSE.

    Just wash it, for goodness sake. Unless you're a scatophile. Each to their own, I guess.
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    No. Even if I did see £50 on the floor, I'd leave it; It's not mine to take.
    Why not pick it up, clean it and give it to a homeless person? Better than leaving it for the next person to find who might not do something good with it!
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    the £50 is worth more than avoiding getting my hands in dog poo...
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    No eww
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    Yes wash it off and give it to the next person. Notes are dirty and hygienic in general anywag
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    Nope! Although I'll take the liberty to hand it in to the police, otherwise I'd leave it.
 
 
 
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