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$2 dollar billsTwo dollar bills account for less than 1% of the currency in the United States of America. Oddly enough, even bank tellers will know without checking exactly how many two dollar bills they have at any given moment.
two dolla make you holla!
Two dollar bills get people to talk in a predictable way. Why does it get so much response if it's currency like any other, and made for spending?
When requesting two dollar bills from a bank, almost always the teller asks, "What are you going to do with them?" or "What do you want all these two dollar bills for?". They never seem to ask that question for any other bill.
How about leaving it as a tip? I figure that I am giving something of added value if I leave a $2 bill as a tip, so I the amount of gratitude perceived by the waiter/waitress/dealer/usher/cab/barber/etc. is of greater value than the cash itself. However, this assumption is not so, because some people (believe it or not) believe that $2 dollar bills are an omen of bad luck. I leave them as tips anyway, hoping the novelty of having received the two dollar bill will atleast make their day more interesting.
It's my observation that most people could tell you every single time that they have received a two dollar bill in their lifetime. Do you think they could do that for a $1, or even a $100 or even a $50 dollar bill? Probably not.