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Q: Why does Chinese money stink like a rotten carcass?

I don't mean the crisp new 100's.
But the lower you get with bills the worse the overwhelming stench.

8 years 19 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - China

 
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I think it is the ink, if the note is clean, otherwise it may be something else!! If it stinks give it back to them and get another note!

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wood this have anything to do with the lack of TP in washrooms?

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that easy to understan, there are so many people to use it. so many···········

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It's been been staying under thousands and thousands of sweaty, excrement-filled worker asscracks.

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Ugh. Because when Chinese buy groceries, the poke and prod everything they can get their grubby fingers on. Meat can only be bought if it holds up to intense prodding. Afterwards, money is handed over without a hand being washed anywhere in sight. 

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