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Top Ten Little Known Facts About The Euro
(submitted by Faux Pas)
It has a milk chocolate center.
The euro contains a life-sized map of Luxembourg.
Sauteed in olive oil with a little garlic and fresh basil, it can be a delicious, easy-to-prepare main course.
If you hold one up to a black light, the hidden message "Albania sucks!" appears near the upper left-hand corner.
10 Euro-notes can be sponsored and imprinted with your company's logo.
(What will you buy today?)
Unlike in public, at home the Euro is actually very shy and quiet, preferring to just sit on the couch with a cup of tea and watch british comedies.
It's actually made in Taiwan
Actually a prank that got wayyy out of hand.
Likes pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and taking romantic walks along the beach.
If you collect Euros from all twelve participating nations, they combine into SuperMechaEuro with Kung-Fu Grip.
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