Keeping it real. Mighty real.
sorry to burst your bubble, but US currency is not paper, it's 75% cotton/25% linen.better luck next year.
Reading comprehension class is on Wednesdays during the second half of lunch.I asked for euros. Please report on the content of euro currency for full credit.
As I recall, you only stated a preference for euros, not euros only. Just saying.Either way, pretty much all paper currency is 75% cotton, 25% linen.
OK Nitpicky, if we're going to get technical about a joke:Paper can be made of linen and cotton and still be called paper.Wikipedia entry on "Paper."And secondly, even the Bureau of Engraving and Printing refers to it as paper.U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing FAQSo there.
THANK YOU!Finally, a civilized comment!
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