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# A man went into a post office, proffered a dollar, and said, 'Give me some 2 cent stamps, ten times as many 1 cent stamps, and the balance in 5 cent stamps.' How was this puzzling request met?

Question #24310. Asked by Joe. (Nov 17 02 3:32 AM)

Kainantu

5 x 2c stamps =10c
50 x 1c stamps =50c
8 x 5c stamps =40c

Total {\$1.00}

 Nov 17 02, 4:12 AM
Son of The Household Cavalry

He would politely be told to go to the bank to change his currency to Sterling and then come back for a few first and second class stamps.

 Nov 17 02, 11:25 PM

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