MWF Question Time

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Monday, Wednesday, Friday Question Time

You know that old phrase?

See a penny?

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What’s a penny to you – see a penny and think of what?

Every penny counts, pick it up, there’s isn’t a bad penny, worth every penny?

So what’s a penny to you?

 

Everyone loves a bit of banter, some discussion, topical talk, well that’s what MWF Question Time is all about.

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  1. Canada did a way with the penny several years back, since it was costing more to make than it was worth. Although it’s still legal tender, so I suppose if I really wanted I could walk into the Apple store and buy a new computer with a boatload of pennies (although not entirely sure how I’d fit the boat in the store).

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  2. I rarely use cash anymore, everything is on debit and credit cards, however; I will pick up a penny if I see one, and I also keep a few in my purse because you just never know when you need some extra change! πŸ™‚

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    1. Absolutely, a penny is still a penny.

      I used to know a chap who picked up pennies only to throw them in the bin as soon as he had 1000 .. like hello?? LOL!

      …. Nutter – as they say ‘nowt as strange as folk’

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  3. I am a romantic and a penny is for me a desired wish that we throw in a well. I also like the phrase ‘A penny for your thoughts’. However, I find it incoherent that people are willing to bend and pick up a penny in the street but the same people often forget to recycle their cans and bottles which are worth much more than the penny in question.

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  4. I only pick up pennys that are face up for the good luck their suppose to bring because I need all the luck I can get, I also collect them ( the old one’s ) I have all different kinds of coins from all around the world. ❀️✌️

    BY FOR NOW

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