Question of the day

Is the paper money in your possession right now organized sequentially according to denomination and with the bills right side up and facing the same way?

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22 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SanityFound says:

    Um can I just answer with my starsign? Virgo <– hows that?

  2. SKL says:

    Most likely. I like to keep things orderly.

  3. darrylf says:

    Of course small bills left and if I have any bigger ones they go from there.

  4. Laura (LS) says:

    Paper money? What’s that?

    Ok, yeah, I keep it organized. And now I’m learning a whole NEW level of organization – figuring out different ways to fold each denomination to help Sparky keep his organized.

  5. mssc54 says:

    Yes, absolutely.

    I put the higher denominations on top with descending value on the bottom then fold them in half and place them into my wallet.

    Additionally, I get as large a bill as possible and will only break a $100 if it is REALLY important. I even think twice about breaking a $50. Money just seems to disappear to fast otherwise.

    Finally, I set aside 20% of any cash I get for benevolance work.

    “My” money goes on the right side of my wallet and “His” money is on the other side.

  6. Elena says:

    On the rare occasions that I actually have any cash on me I’ll have it organized biggest to smallest but I rebel against facing it all the same way and turned the same way up, just due to my years of being forced to do that as a cashier and getting in trouble if the money in the drawer wasn’t perfectly organized. It’s my wallet, darn it! I’m in charge now! 😀

  7. nikki says:

    Absolutely!! It would drive me nuts if it weren’t!!!

  8. Joy says:

    Absolutely. That is “if” I have any cash on me. It all has to be upside right from low to high.

  9. Just a Mom says:

    My money is always in order by denomination highest to lowest and facing the same way. This is due to many years of working as a manager and writing people up for not having their money nice and neat!

  10. Candi says:

    No I never carry cash, I carry my check card and that is it.

  11. joanharvest says:

    I was a bank teller for many years and HAD to have the money all facing the same direction and face up. Now I just don’t carry cash ever. My daughter gave ma an American Express card and I use that for all the household expenses. I have a debit card I use for my own expenses which are few and far between. I just don’t use cash anymore but if I did it would all be face up and in order. Once a bank teller always a bank teller.

  12. thegoddessanna says:

    Yes. I will hold up the line to rearrainge bills properly. Not that I have cash all that often, though. : )

  13. krislinatin says:

    yep, and i hand it to the cashier like that, and if it isnt like that, i grab it back and fix it, then give it back.
    can you say OCD? 🙂

  14. Joy says:

    LOL Jen!!!! I almost never have cash either. I’ve been known to use my card for a cappachino

  15. Sue says:

    I don’t carry cash often, but when I do it is in order from smallest to largest.

  16. Tessa says:

    Most people do! People crave order, weather they admit it or not!

  17. SKL says:

    Hmm, I know one person whose answer would be “no.” My sister wads up her money and stuffs it in her pocket any old way. At our age, it’s kind of embarrassing to have her digging out little green wads at the head of the grocery line. I can’t believe I shared a room and bed with her for 13 years.

  18. Mary says:

    Not at this very moment, but, by golly, I’d sure like it to be.

  19. holeycheese says:

    I don’t carry cash usually.. but if I do – I really don’t care..

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