Saturday, October 21, 2006

Definition: Case Quarter

Someone just asked me for a "case quarter" - I had no idea what she was talking about. So, to save others future emabrrassment, I'll present the definition here:

Case Quarter: 1 physical quarter, often exchanged for the equivalent value made up of other coins.

Sample usage: "do you have a case quarter for these two dimes and a nickel?"

You can thank me later for this handy phrase.

--Ben

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