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As far as I can tell, the Queen looks about the same on
every banknote apart from ageing. Obviously you don't all
have the Queen on your money. It seems to me that the
bigger denomination note one receives, regardless of the
actual size of one's currency unit, the better it is, although
so much for spending it.
Therefore, the Queen or whoever is depicted on the front
of the banknote should look miserable in the lowest
denomination, then advance through neutral, smiling,
laughing, laughing hysterically, falling off her chair and
finally rolling on the floor as the relative value of the note
increases. In the meantime, the reverse of the note should
depict figures going the other way, perhaps starting with a
wedding and ending with a funeral or something, and the
colours on each side of the note should reflect the moods
Just for Rayfordsteele.... [xenzag, Oct 04 2017]
||Invert. As a little reminder.
||// Obviously you don't all have the Queen on your money //
||Yes, but those are only foreigners... deserving of pity rather than condemnation...
||Why not have an animation with the possibility of changing it
round based on current events. Christmas: silly hat instead of
a crown, unseasonal warm weather: strappy top instead of
that fur lined thing, imminent asteroid strike: take cover,
||This presents the possibility of a wad of cash acting as a flip-book.
||Now, if I could only get a flip-book to act as a wad of cash...
||What banknotes would ever feature Trumpf?
||Mitxela, you and the Ninester need to post the co-invention of
sad face to happy face money pictures so you can arrange
them and flip book an animation of the person going from
frown to smile the larger the stack of bills.
||That sentence was a disaster, sorry. But you get the idea.