Worth Every Penny

Submitted by: caiophox 8 years ago in Entertainment

A guy glues over 400 coins in the street just to see peoples reaction.
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Female 1,199
Hahah that`s cool. Super glue ftw.
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Male 1
Other comments said they`re Brazilian coins, and also a bus has Sao Paulo written on the side. The British (not just English) `penny` is the smallest denomination we have, and we also have coins that look a lot like the one in the video which are each worth 200 pennies.
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Male 44
they look like bus tokens.
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Female 38
looool
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Female 22
In england (i think it is), there is a coin called a penny.. ya... i think
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Female 198
At first I saw "Super Boner" and thought maybe he just wasn`t a very good artist, seeing as how it looked nothing like a super boner.
More like a regular one, if you ask me.
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Male 85
that was funny.....
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Female 437
Are they €1 coins or £2 coins?
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Male 301
....those are definatly euros and not pennies
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Male 17,511
To heck with the nail polish remover.. Use epoxy solvent and a putty knife.
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Female 1,070
Should have been a paid advertisement for Super Bonder lol.
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Female 1,082
waste of time and money
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Male 27
lolololollololololollololololollololololololollololololololololollololollolol i agree with mrtatulas
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Female 354
I wonder if anyone eventually got one after the video...
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Male 271
Here`s what I would`ve done.

1. Go to the supermarket.
2. Purchase a ton of nail polish remover.
3. Need I say it... profit!

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Male 987
"@tro23
You know why the internet is funny? Because people lie. "
people lie ALL THE TIME
its just when they do nit on the internet, its more extreme (therefor they suck ass at it)
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Male 23


EPIC

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Male 701
Woo that was cool.

Love that song! :D

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Male 778
@tro23

You know why the internet is funny? Because people lie.

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Female 15,763
Tro...

That`s kinda douche-ish.

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Male 29
Seen it before, I do it to homeless people all the time. Try it with paper money, they go fkin mentle. Also do it outside food shops, it makes them cry.
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Female 1,589
At first I thought they were tokens for the transit here in Toronto. And all I could think then was that he`s crazy (one is worth $2.75).
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Male 163
yay, its a reversed toonie! Thats $800 dollars worth in coins being laid down. If lazyme484 is to be believed, it would have been cheaper to do that in canada.
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Male 480
AWESOME!!!!!!!
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Female 1,427
Step 1: Buy nail polish remover
Step 2: Use nail polish remover(acetone) on coins
Step 3: ???????
Step 4: PROFIT!
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Female 250
I thought they were british £2 coins
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Male 1,718
pretty good. Nice ending too. Good advertisment i suppose.
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Male 3,296
they looked like the ten pesos coin, am sure their not am just saying it looked like it
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Male 4
Looks like a 1 Euro coin to me :) ^^
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Male 416
WTF? I meant Sao Paulo with a squiggle over the A

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Male 416
Yea, that looks like brazil.

I think you`re right. at 1:32 you can clearly see São Paulo on the side of the bus.

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Female 109
Silly people
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Female 1,063
lmao, well done dude!
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Male 722
That looks a lot like a £2 coin, but I don`t think it`s the UK because I`ve never seen any busses like that in the UK.
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Female 1,653
They look like £2 coins to me...
only maybe a little flatter.
idk.
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Male 13
Yea, that looks like brazil.
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Male 30
It looks like a Toonie (2$ canadian coin) but i think it`s in Brazil, if you watch carefully at 1:32 it says Sao Paulo on the bus
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Male 1,226
Wow...that`s a lot of money anyway, but a nice way of advertising.
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Female 41
I`m so broke I wouldn`t think of doing that.
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Female 587
wow it took me a minute to see that it said "super BONDER" in the shape of super glue and not something else entirely
maybe i just have a dirty mind
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Female 538
Oh. I thought it looked like the canadian two dollar? The loony I believe... That would make it awesome.
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Male 561
If they were rubles they would be about $14
If they were yen they would be about $4
if they were chinese yuan they would be about $58
if they were hamsters it would be priceless
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Male 94
Wow...worth every penny is an expression...i think the person who posted this can see that they are not pennies...
Oh but no i am totally wrong because Worth every euro would have been a better title...idk maybe europeans say that all the time
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Male 355
For all those stupids euro, penny drats, those are "reals" Brazilian coin.
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Male 4,593
One Euro = $1.37 US.

Moron.

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Male 10,440
"worth every penny" eh?, those are 1 euro coins, they`re worth like $5 to you Americans, you`d be killing yourselves just to get to that sidewalk.
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Male 276
I ejoyed the time lapse more
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Male 588
Those look suspiciously like euros. That and bimetallic coins are traditionally reserved for higher denominations (dollars and equivalents), not lower denominations(pennies)...
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Male 1,357
For a moment i thought that they were British £2 coins haha. Then no wonder why people would have tried to get them off!
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Female 44
A hammer and chisel.....that is what they needed! lol
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Male 331
Actually "Baalthazaq" your wrong about the canadian dollars, If they are worth More than the US dollars you`d need less paper (i.e. less money) to buy the same products as the money is worth more.
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Male 833
someone took a few quarters, nickels, and dimes and glued them to the floor right next to the vending machines at my high school, was funny to see how hard people would try just so they could get their diet coke.
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Male 1,370
If they were rubles they would be about $14
If they were yen they would be about $4
if they were chinese yuan they would be about $58
And if... I could do this all day
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Female 1,652
VVV hahaha.

I should start carrying glue solvent around in case I come across a bunch of glued coins.

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Male 2,160
someone did something like this here once, me and a buddy found it, was a bunch of 2 euro pieces glued to the ground, about 60 euro worth.
he had me throw my coat over it and sit on the spot while he ran into a store down the street and got glue solvent for like 5 euro.
pretty ammusing
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Male 4,546
If they`re 400 Euros, that`s $546.
If they`re 400 Canadian (they`re not), then it would be $336.
If they`re 400 Reals that`s $180.

P.S. For a while, each Canadian Dollar was worth more than the American Dollar. It doesn`t mean all that much, it just means they use more pieces of paper to buy stuff than you do. It doesn`t mean they have less wealth.


All countries ranked by per capita GDP

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Male 882
what is that, like 3 bucks american. hahaha. jk jk smd
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Male 740
thats over 400 coins?
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Male 168
I would`ve come back with a couple bottles of acetone and a screwdriver. That should do the trick
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Male 1,788
"I used to work at a Chevron a number of years ago.... I worked the Graveyard shift, in sheer boredom, I glued a quarter to the sidewalk, where I could watch people try to pick it up. 8 years later, it`s still there. >:)"

Did this in my high school, and yeah, it`s illegal.

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Female 1,690
damn, I probly would`ve had a kick at it too.
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Male 62
Yes, it`s 400 R$1,00 coins... (about US$180,00(all of them O.o))
What a waste of money...
and i dont think its a real ad... its real money, i think it`s ilegal
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Male 123
"Darn. And I thought I was being a smart American for once."

I bet you`re country is plenty of smart people, and I could tell by your posts that you are one of them. But even smart people step on their shoelaces sometimes.

:)

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Male 123
"What a waste of 4$. Lol.

I like it."

Actually it would be a waste of US$ 176.05, plus the price of the glue (a lot of glue). Maybe it will be more tomorrow, since this week the dollar has been losing value in comparison to real, after your subprime crisis threw dollar`s value from almost 1-1 to this 2,40 (before this week), value paid 2 years ago.

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Male 3,014
"Not euro. It`s the second series R$ 1,00 (real, the currency in Brazil) coins."

Darn. And I thought I was being a smart American for once.

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Male 1,078
What a waste of 4$. Lol.

I like it.

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Male 2,125
By the shape and writing, I read `super boner`. >.>
oh and I lol`d til I found out it was an ad =\
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Male 603
Neagle, you might`ve found your super mutant power: finding the perfect tool for any job. It looks like it was built to remove coins glued to sidewalks.

I thought the idea was a good one (a take on the kid`s/teen`s/bored clerk`s trick of gluing a single quarter... or whatever... to the sidewalk). The execution was poor, though. He ran the video too fast and should`ve kept a camera on the area until finally, somehow, somebody (like Neagle) was able to remove those coins.

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Male 123
Not euro. It`s the second series R$ 1,00 (real, the currency in Brazil) coins. The city is Sao Paulo.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_real#Coins_2

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Male 107
Cool, its Euros BTW!
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Male 1,404
For every problem is a tool:

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Male 2,506
lol, FUnnay! i just wished it actually gave us some time to look at the expressions other than speed past it all.
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Male 907
Sigh... Why does everyone have to take everything so literally? Hasn`t anyone here heard of an idiom or colloquialism?
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Male 3,014
Come on guys, I already said they were Euros. They`re not Litas, they`re not Loonies, and they sure as hell are not pennies.
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Male 679
Why was he so sloppy with the glue?
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Female 262
@pinkflyd: Loonies are all gold-coloured. Maybe you thought toonie, but even then a toonie is gold on the inside and silver-coloured around it.

I`m pretty sure that`s a Euro.

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Male 105
i totally thought that said super boner.
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Male 158
those look like loonies, one dollar canadian coins...haha drattin `ndaians
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Male 516
They should`ve used acetone.

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Male 285
it would be so worth it to chisel everyone of those off, each one of them is worth more then an American dollar.
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Female 917
I kept waiting for someone to leave and come back with a jackhammer or something..
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Male 451
i expected the night time footage to show a bunch of tweakers collaborating to chisel the coins loose
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Female 660
looks like a euro, which is much more then a penny...
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Male 2,199
what kind of coin is that? from the looks of it its a good amount, in lithuania they have a coin that looks like that and its worth 5 litas or about 2.5 dollars.
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Male 629
You think they would`ve made a connection after the first few kicks.
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Male 276
LOL
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Male 182
I used to work at a Chevron a number of years ago.... I worked the Graveyard shift, in sheer boredom, I glued a quarter to the sidewalk, where I could watch people try to pick it up. 8 years later, it`s still there. >:)
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Female 4,197
oh that made me lol. i love how people just keep trying again and again, even though its clearly glued down
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Male 907
Now THAT is advertising. Also, did anyone else see "Super Boner"?
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Male 868
That`s funny.
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Female 493
Those coins look magical!
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Female 961
interesting way of advertising...
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Male 11,739
At first I thought it said Super Boner. That would have been really funny, especially with the shape around it.
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Male 3,014
Wouldn`t it be worth every Euro?

Also, dammit, it`s just a stupid ad for stupid glue.

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Male 62
Link: Worth Every Penny [Rate Link] - A guy glues over 400 coins in the street just to see peoples reaction.
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