A nickname for money, e.g. big ones

How about whenever Monzo mentions your home currencies, it calls it whatever nickname you choose.

E.g. 500 big ones or 200.15 goats.

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Did you mean to post this on Facebook?

Beer tokens would be my choice :beers: :laughing:

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Spenderoonies

please never spenderoonies

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No, they meant to post it on here hence doing so :roll_eyes:

In answer to OP’s question wonga is a good one

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why would this be intended for FaceBook @Revels?

@chris5 nicknames I would choose would be MonzoBucks or Spondoolicks

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This is an open forum/community, people can post what they like.

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Funny, I tend to find gatekeeping like this more suited to Facebook

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Pennies. £100 is 100 thousand pennies. Makes you sound more rich

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If rather have 100,000 pennies than £100. As long as I don’t have to pay them in at a Paypoint.

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Interestingly and not being pedantic you probably couldn’t pay that many pennies even if you wanted to

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Surely I can’t be the only vote on this.

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Oh yes you can

538

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If you want pedantic, legal tender isn’t what most people think it is.

But there’s also the weight to consider. 356kg. :muscle::muscle:

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Where did you go to school?

Fake news, kids.

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Alright mate, can you send me 40 spendoolicks for that to my Monzo?
Sure, ohh hang on, I only have doohickeys, do you accept flangeribbers instead??

Sorry it’s all just too confusing.

It’s bad enough that some people still use Imperial…!! :crazy_face:

Good Boy Points (4chans nickname for the pound) comes from the ISO code GBP

No wonder I failed maths

My nickname would be quid or dollerydoos