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I don't like that either.
and you owe someone a fiver?
there are plenty in manc that will just give you a fiver. You just have to go into 'other ammount' and put in £5. The ones at the academy for example work like this.
aaa much dja wanna take aaat?
is the nationwide? That fucking machine never worked when I lived in Mile End.
the number of chicken shops pleased me.
I never use those fucking cunt ones.
that sounds amazing
and added an uneccessary that
I'm always getting tenners out to then have to buy chewing gum to get change for the bus, then literally piss the rest of it away. Reckon will save me loads of cash in long run.
They're the best ones! You're insane. Insane!
they're just the best aren't they
bastards not accepting scottish notes in england. discrimination of our nation, innit?
also, i'm not scottish remember.
also, i don't feel aligned to any nation. cheers.
yeah, but i'm gonna keep conveniently forgetting
yeah, but nations are sociologically created constructs anyway, and don't even really exist
isn't it though?
tbh anyone who doesnt accept a clydesdale bank note? their loss. idiots.
Again. He really can be an ignorant cunt.
-"The only thing less welcome than a non-English banknote in a cornershop in Hastings is a non-English customer."
not even in scotland.
god knows who takes them....
there arn't many mind
they'd get rinsed by the local gig promoters.
and for that reason I can sit here and confidently telly you that you're wrong
especially as said cash machine was on the way to my college
A bus conductors face when you give them anything higher then a fiver, jesus, I never wan't to see that again.
for fear that the person behind me would think I eat at Greggs or some similar establishment
I don't want 8 £1 coins by paying with a tenner.
All cash machines should give out fivers.
I am unemployed though, so I am biased, apparently.
It's not about getting less than a tenner out, it's about not being saddled with a load of shrapnel when you break a tenner to pay for something that costs 80p.
I am a northern unemployed pikey though, so I am biased too.
as do people who use 2 cards and check the amount in one account or some shit and then withdraw money with another card, maybe top up with some phone credit while chatting on the phone or to their mate who has to be involved in the cash withdrawl process becasue they can't be on their own incase they realise how shit they are. THERE IS A SPECIAL PLACE IN HELL FOR THESE PEOPLE, THE HOTTEST, MOST CRAMPED PART
in fact it would leave more tenners for you
The 10 largest cash machine operators have committed to increase the frequency of fivers in place of higher denomination notes.
I don't pay my liscense fee to have them use language like 'fivers' on the news site.
Should happen automatically after the 4th digit is entered. It IS 2011
wheres my sub-dermal chip and biometric eye scan.
IT'S THE 21ST CENTURY FFS. MAKE IT HAPPEN.
the amount of time I've wasted after typing my number and waited for something to happen, then have a massive panic that the machine's broken and eaten my card. Oh, press enter. Stupid machines.
and realise just after you've pushed it. And then this happens twice more. And then your card gets eaten. Huh? Huh?!?!
If you can't correctly type a four digit number you don't deserve money.
and I had only £9 in my bank so was DENIED.....WHERE WAS THE £5 CASH MACHINE WHEN I NEEDED IT? :'(
I can't help it.
...I just got £50 cashback from an M&S self-service checkout and it gave me the lot in brand new five pound notes. Feels like I have a proper wedge in my pocket (easy now).
Oh, or was it being in M&S? In fairness, it was to pay for getting my bike fixed :(
...I do have a busted bicyle.
Or something. Someone's probably done this. CBA.
Got £100 out, 3 £20s, 3 £10s, 2 £5s
It felt like the float at the start of a game of Monopoly, a nice balance of denominations. Lovely stuff.
It actually made a gulping sound, followed what sounded like choking, as it performed its henious deed.