Can't believe that bureau de change's don't exchange coins


#1

DID NOT KNOW THAT!

It’s well out of order!

What the ef can I do with all these coins?


#2

Throw them at pigeons.


#3

rich bastard


#4

I mean the real answer is to spend them in the airport bar on the way home, obviously.


#5

how heavy are they? line them up


#6

Wishing well is your only option.


#7

Go on, the lot of you! I got people queuing up to work in this bureau de change.


#8

With my incredibly successful rich business person jet-setting lifestyle, I keep a little pot of Euro coins on my coffee table for all of the many extremely glamorous European locations* that I travel to frequently for extremely important** meetings.

*literally just Munich and The Hague over and over
**mundane


#9

I’ve always imagined The Hague to be literally the most boring place on Earth. Have always pictured it as being a neatly laid out grid full of nothing but row after row of grey office buildings.


#10

I usually put them in a charity bin at the airport


#11

I’m closing the bureau…for an hour


#12

Don’t get me started mate.


#13

“Good day to you, sir!” flounces out of the bureau de change


#14

Correct


#15

Stick them to a piece of paper and write 4.7 euro and draw a picture of baloonz on the note


#16

Maybe you could yer coins changed in a two bit peep show in Rio de Janiero.


#17

pedantry alert
Bureaux de change


#18

Throw them in a fountain.


#19

Bureau de cunts


#20

It’s weird it should be called a Bureau de Change in that case.

Should be called a Bureau de Notes instead…