Warning! I will not be held responsible for anything that results directly or indirectly from this post. This applies also if authorities find scanned copies of the RM50 notes in your history folder as a result of reading this post. DO NOT USE FAKE NOTES! You have been warned.
This little story shows that getting good grades in school doesn’t mean that you will succeed in life. A top scorer in a school got caught passing fake RM50 notes to the school canteen. I mean if he is a top scorer, he should be smart enough to realise that passing notes in broad daylight to your school canteen is plain looking for trouble.
How stupid can you be?
Instead of being an armchair critic, I’ve come up with a better way of spending all your (fake) money and not getting caught for it. But first we got to make the money. You probably have all the stuff that you need, so I’ll just walk you through.
Scanner. Color of course.
Printer. Color of course, unless you want to use the money in the dark…
Now, put the money into the scanner, press scan, then print. You’re done! Making money is this easy! When your parents tell you that making money is not easy, show them this page. You need to cut the money out to the correct size before you can use it.
This is how a scanned copy looks like. Without the “contoh” la…
They look almost the same, but there huge differences between the two. One of the most obvious is the silver stripe on the right side.
So now you got your money, what to do with it? I would avoid supermarkets, hypermarkets, shopping malls and all those shops that have a cash register. Chances are that the cashiers are very experienced. They can and will probably detect a fake note.
No, you would want to use your fake money at places like pasar malam, markets and smaller shops, where they are less likely to pay much attention to the notes. Do your research first. If the cashier is new and looks inexperience or doesn’t give much of a damn because of their very low pay, then your chances are good. But it’s best to use it at night at a pasar malam. People there usually don’t look twice at the money you give to them because they will be too busy. Just buy something small with your RM50 and get REAL change back. Great way to make money =)
Anyone want to go KL?
Okay, this is a big joke, don’t sue me.
Moral of the story: don’t be stupid. Continue reading