What do you call your loose change (and how much have you got on your person right now)

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#1

Me, I call it Shrapnel, or occasionally Coin
I have 4p, I gave the rest (>£3) to the office charity whip round, which is very important to me


#2

Shrapnel also and I have zero pence


#3

Balonz bullets. I have £87.83 on me.


#4

I don’t believe either of these responses


#5

Shrapnel or change. 66p


#6

I call it “loose change”, Farage.

I have £6.67 on me. Gutted.


#7

That is your prerogative


#8

Plata, of course


#9

Change or shrapnel.

I think I dropped my £2 coin in meeting room 1. Waiting for Carole and Jennie to come out so I can check.


#10

I didn’t know you worked with @NoahVale


#11

Change.

I currently have zero on me, having spent the 30 pence I did have on a coffee at around 0900 hours.


#12

Change. It is called change. I have £1.50, but I can only spend 50p as the £1 is new. It’s a keeper.

Unless you mean notes too, in which case £26.50. In this case, the term is upgraded to ‘cash’.


#13

this^
and i only carry notes in huge denominations


#14

change

always lives in the RH back pocket of my jeans

currently have £2:13, including 1 new pound coin


#15

So you sit on it? Ever caused you problems?

That’s where I keep my arse.


#16

nope, sitting on it now. No probs and I have a boney arse

always dump my change in a little wooden bowl when lounging around at home though - otherwise it would all fall out


#17

Losgeld. £2.97. Right-hand front pocket.


#18

Change, and 11p (12p if you count the penny I squashed and printed a bat onto at Bristol Zoo but I doubt that’s legal tender any more).


#19

Sounds like animal abuse


#20

It was so I now have £2