What else do you need in another country? Cold hard cash is the go in Japan.
In July 2000, the Japanese government issued its first ¥2,000 bill. Currency, particularly paper money, is said to reflect the culture and society of the issuing nation. If so, what does the new ¥2,000 bill say about today's Japan?I grabbed some yen from the bank today, the exchange rate seems good this week. I see lots of zeros on my ¥10,000 notes. Now I just have to train myself not to do-a-runner when I see large digit bills.
This email came to my inbox earlier today from my great friend Christie. Email is a work tool? - yeah right!
An Asian man was trying to exchange yen for dollars and asks the American bank teller, "Why it change? Yestoday I get two hunat dollar fo yen.- today, I get hunat eighty?If you haven't already been to Engrish.com, prease, have yourself a look at the Fukk Building, kids make sure you ask your mum or dad first - sure you will!
The bank teller says, "Fluctuations."
The Asian man says, "Fluc you white guys too!"