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It's interesting how you could be a millionaire in zimbabwe with your lunch money, amirite?

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While you're there, you could come over to my place in South Africa. Have some chicken, maybe some sex. You know, see what happens.

Hullabaloos avatar Hullabaloo Yeah You Are +4Reply

It's ridiculous. I'm from South Africa, where a loaf of bread is less than R10. Heard on the news once that in Zim it's about $3-million.

Haha I don't know about interesting... More like sad as fuck

@TheShamWowGuy Haha I don't know about interesting... More like sad as fuck

It's not that they consider that amount of money rich, it's what the currency exchange is.

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They quit using the Zimbabwe dollar as a currency years ago. Now they just use USD, earo, rand, or whatever.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimbabwean_dollar
Side note: I think I saw 100 trillion dollar bills on ebay a few years ago

Not unless your lunch costs a million dollars....

I do get your point though.

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