If you live outside the US, and your country uses coins for your lowest whole unit denomination, how do you tip your strippers?
I was thinking about how Canada has the Looney for the $1 coin, and the Twoney for the $2 coin, and basically has replaced their 1 and 2 dollar bills with coins, and now the lowest denomination bill they have is the $5 bill, and how other countries do the same. I know when I went to England, which was when they still had pounds and not Euros, they didn’t have 1 and 2 pound notes, just coins, you didn’t have a bill unless it was 5 pounds or more as I recall, and to the best of my knowledge, all the countries which now use the Euro have the same setup, 1 and 2 Euro Coins, but no bills until you get to 5. And I’ve seen whole unit coins for other countries as well, so I know that in the US we’re actually kind of unique in that our society hasn’t quite accepted the dollar coin.
So, that made me think, alright, I have no problem with getting rid of the bill in favor of the coin, I’m a coin collector after all. But how exactly would you go about stuffing a dollar coin down a stripper’s G-String? And I figured, well, they MUST have figured that out in countries where it’s an issue…I can’t imagine that people are just stuffing fives down g-strings, or maybe you toss the coins on stage? Do they walk around with a cup? Is there a tip jar? Or do you buy stripper bucks that you can shove down the G-string, so you don’t lose out on that particular “experience”? I mean, I’ve heard of the term “coin slot”, but I have a feeling most strippers wouldn’t be all that keen on an ass-crack full of loose change, just a hunch. So, anyone with first hand knowledge?
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