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    So you're walking down the road one day and you stumble across a £50 note stuck in dog poop.

    Would you pick it up knowing that you'll get dog poop on your hands?
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    Without hesitation.
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    No. Even if I did see £50 on the floor, I'd leave it; It's not mine to take.
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    Yes, I'd take it home and clean it, and then hand it in to the nearest police station.
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    I don't think ANYONE will pick up ANY VALUE OF MONEY if it was lodged in ANY TYPE OF FAECES
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    Hmm depends how much dog poo is on it.
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    im poor... of course i would
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    If i had something to put it in till i got home and could wash it
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    Yup, I'm quite used to the smell of poop, I could easily deal with that ****

    Ain't nobody gonna keep me from free money
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    how do you wash money
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    I don't think ANYONE will pick up ANY VALUE OF MONEY if it was lodged in ANY TYPE OF FAECES
    I think YOU are WRONG.
    Surely £200 would be too tempting?
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    (Original post by defenestrated)
    how do you wash money
    exactly my thought
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    (Original post by plasmaman)
    I think YOU are WRONG.
    Surely £200 would be too tempting?
    if it's covered in **** no, I'm not that desperate
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    if it's covered in **** no, I'm not that desperate
    It's not about being desperate, it's about not being a stuck up prissy ponce, and accepting that £200 is actually a lot of money to most people.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    It's not about being desperate, it's about not being a stuck up prissy ponce, and accepting that £200 is actually a lot of money to most people.


    beetch shut up
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    It's not about being desperate, it's about not being a stuck up prissy ponce, and accepting that £200 is actually a lot of money to most people.
    £200 is not a lot to most people, it is to students but not if you actually have a decent job and a handle on your finances.

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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    So you're walking down the road one day and you stumble across a £50 note stuck in dog poop.

    Would you pick it up knowing that you'll get dog poop on your hands?
    Definitely - I have 4 dogs so no hesitation.
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    I think the better question is why would someone stick a £50 note in dog s***?
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    Sure, why not?
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    Probably going to sound stuck up but no ****ing way, the gain from the £50 in no way compensates enough for having to stink of **** for the rest of the day.

    And anyway, is it even WORTH anything? I mean, no self respecting store owner or bank is going to accept a £50 bill smeared in **** are they, so it is, in essence, worthless anyway
 
 
 
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