What is best to wear coins?

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Will soon cease to be a millionaire : (and again you can prop up the leg of the table with a coin.
So here's the question:
What is the most convenient to carry coins (such a normal, round, metal)? A lot of them, the wallet will not fit. In the pocket - generally a bad idea, Khan Khan the legs and pockets.

I saw somewhere a fastener for coins magnetic on the belt. I can not find.
You also need the opinion of those who have ten years or more, with the coin has.
July 9th 19 at 10:07
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July 9th 19 at 10:09
<Nikolai> There is a powerful sense, when it is at the gas station fill the tank at 1536руб. and 70, Yes, cents. You're standing in front of the cashier and looking for all the pockets, compartments purse, in bag, in all imaginable areas the required amount of iron, experiencing a sadistic thought, well I'll bulk here. And then fucking understand that all the reserves are exhausted and you're missing 20 cents. And you specifically went with this metal, that would be dumped at the first opportunity. Maybe 20 cents is not to look for? You look like a washed Bukhara and asked to pay the required amount. These people traded oil. In the end, you give two bumajki for 1K rubles, read on the face of the cashier the same sadistic smile that he was a minute ago you, raking in his pile, plus a bunch of counted change, and going to the door and rattling like Pinocchio, once again they think "well, next time...."


Long ago invented the Bank card, so small change is not allowed. This is the cash at times. If you are in the village, of course. Though even in our village with population of 200 thousand people have no problems with paying by card.

If, nevertheless, pay cash, then dump all the change in my pocket/bag at home and throw in the piggy Bank. Every six months the Treasury sent to the Bank and there change for paper money or card throw.
I already argued, but to coin a card that you do not insure. Will fill you and not otmazhet, money is money. Cards do not work everywhere, there are glitches, though not often, but it happens. - abigail36 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:12
Village with 200k population? It's a big city. - otho.Mraz23 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:15
July 9th 19 at 10:11
Ha, onlayner read the article?
Lived 4 years in Vilnius and on arrival back in the Republic of Belarus spat on these small bills. Coins for me were more comfortable.
They are not mixed with the large specimen, clear separation of good money is paper, small change is coins. And not as we have now, not the wallet and the landfill (one hundred rubles the same size as the 50K)
- The problem of carrying coins "in your head"(from). Open your wallet and see how many there are now little things (coins will be anything below 50K). I don't think its too many, otherwise your wallet barely would close. Coins can and heavier, but much more compact and handier. Yes. Not for nothing most of the world uses them. A matter of habit. On this coin we need to do as well as our current change is to get rid of, but do not store. To keep in your purse in a special pocket. Pocket full? It's time to drop the cashier's coins.

I see one main problem:
- While we the people are not accustomed to the coins. And will be a big problem when you transfer coin from hand to hand. Will roll and roll on the floor until people have not developed certain habits of handling coins.
About certain habits I would like more)) - abigail36 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:14
: On here.BAE news complements the old - otho.Mraz23 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:17
: Well, it's hard to explain with words...
How to use only one hand at coin counting, to cut superfluous, to add need. How to keep coins in fist and how to pour them on the outstretched palm of the cashier, bent in the form of a Cup.
In General, such things do not explain verbally. ) - abigail36 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:20
Yes, and the Russians in this matter should not hear, they have a coin 10 times lower cost than our will. They can be successfully ignored. - abigail36 commented on July 9th 19 at 10:23

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