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post #16 of 18
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It's actually pretty expansive using CC and debit. Psychologically wise people spend a fair bit more if they are not paying with cash. Canada should have 1$ bills than you can really dump the change in the tip jar or drop the quoters in the "change pocket" and be on your way. It's when I need the cab faire and take 10-20$ off my passed out friend it's often a handfull of toonies, loonies, and quoters, and it becomes a pain.
post #17 of 18
My first instinct is to call the OP a total puss for even wanting a "grandma purse" to dig change out of. I've always dumped my change in my pocket and then when I get home at night I empty it all out into a "rainy day jar" which usually gets to be around $250 when it's full.

Then I spent a week in Montreal and now I agree with him - those fucking loonies and toonies are a pain in the ass. I kept forgetting about them and breaking larger bills. By the end of the week I must have had near $15 in coins!
post #18 of 18
With loonies & toonies you would need a big jesus change purse. I just throw them on the console of the truck so I can use them at Tim Hortons.
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