Posted May 06, 2018 09:25:17You’re in a crowded shopping center, and your cashier doesn’t seem to know what to do.
You don’t want to get your hand on a large plastic bag.
You can’t even put a dollar in there.
So you ask for a paper towel, which the cashier brings to you.
You fold it, and it pops off into your bag.
Why would you need a paper towels bag to bring out a $100 bill?
It’s so obvious that you just took it out of the paper towel.
And the cashiers response to you is, “Oh, I know what that is.”
But that’s not the real problem.
The real problem is the fact that you’re carrying an expensive piece of paper in a plastic bag with a $1.99 fee.
That’s a lot of money for a few pennies.
So how can you make the most of your paper towel in this environment?
A paper towel can be used as a currency.
It can be folded into the size of a dollar bill, and folded into a quarter and rolled into a dime.
A dollar bill can be turned into a dollar note, and then folded into quarters and rolled.
A quarter can be transformed into a half and folded in quarters and folded again.
A dime can be rolled into pennies, and the resulting dime can then be folded to make the coin of the day.
Paper towels can be a great way to keep money in your pocket.
They can be an excellent storage container for coins, and they can be great ways to keep cash on hand for emergencies.
You’ll never want to have to leave your paper-wrapped money in the cash register again.
The paper towel is also a great means of keeping a small amount of money in reserve in case you have to get to a store or something.
If you’re in the store for an hour, and you want to put $1 worth of groceries in the paper-wrap bag, then you can get a $10 note out of it.
It doesn’t take up any space, it’s only $10, and there’s no need to buy a larger box to hold it.