Everyone wants MONEY.everything needs money. and we seem to get in touch with money almost every day.even for entire life.. but do we ever care what is on money itself? i mean the graphics edited on money – both coins and paper notes. what they are actually edited for?
i myself have never been bothered about it until this morning when i opened my purse to take some money out. i took out a red note and only then i noticed the images. there are a train, a plane, and a cruiser.
(anybody who has memorized all graphics?…) huhu
after i went through all notes ( from the very first RM 1 up to RM 1OOO), all i can say there is something people need to know. ( i am talking about Ringgit Malaysia, RM ). the images on the notes somehow symbolise ‘something’ that shows how unfair malaysian politics is.huhu. the more the value is, the greater the symbols are,the richer they refer to!
however i am not going to state anything here yet you better figure those out yourselves. what the graphics actually symbolize? anyway it depends on one’s thought and interpretation. this is where “literature” takes place. my mind which has been influenced enough by Roger Mcgough came out with something negative! huhu
for those who are penny-pinching they might be excused for not noticing this matter but for those who are big spenders, you can’t leave this out on the pretext not to be so used to money. ain’t it absurd?
again the issue is being questioned.do we ever care about images symbolized to each coin and note? have we ever noticed what they are instead of withdrawing them, spending for PRIMAVERA, CLEO or perhaps McFlurry? hohoho
chiding myself! – how vain i am,for never noticing them while i spend money everyday..haishh
“By the way,does it matter?”
“Yes, it does!”
p/S : new design of RM 50 notes have been published and will be officially introduced on 26th Dec 2008. there are “KLCC and KL tour” edited as symbols. (am i concerned enough?) :P