Lollar (£)

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Lollar (£)
The ‘Lollar’ is a form of internet currency formed in 2002 by several internet forumers.
In comparison to the American Dollar,

the Lollar (£) is its virtual equivalent, except that instead of a federal reserve with interest rate control powers, the laughter of the internet controls the value of the Lollar.
The currency is broken down very similar to its American non-virtual counterpart:
“Lol” is £0.01
“Lolcrumpet” is £0.05
“Lolcookie” is £0.10
“Lolmuffin” is £0.25
“Loldoughnut” is £0.50
“Lollar” is £1.00
“Lollarscone” is £5.00
“Lollarbagel” is £10.00
“Lollarbiscuit” is £20.00
“Lollarwaffle” is £50.00
“Lollarcaek” is £100.00 –which can either be a single ‘note’, or 100 ‘Lollars’ in a single “caek” or stack.
“Lollarpancaek” is £500.00
“Lollarpropercaek ” is £1000.00
Alternatively, there is also the “Kek”. Unfortunately, “Keks” are valued similar to the Japanese Yen, and those have no pre-names. You simply have 1003 “Keks” instead of Lollarpropercake three Lollars.
Laughter is the very currency the internet thrives by. We’re technically all very wealthy. Except for Emo kids. Their internet currency, the “Moan”(m s/w), is always in a depression.
The matter of the entire currency being named primarily after forms of breakfast pastries or those used for treats and/or tea times is simply an extra statement that the internet is indeed full of overweight nerdy men with no lives who love to stuff their faces with sugary goodness as their pimples explode onto their keyboards whilst they play popular online MMORPGS.
Also, for every man or woman who dies while playing an online video game, the overall power and value of the Lollar increases nearly exponentially.
If major pornography networks were to be taken offline, the Lollar would plummet in value overnight and an internet depression would start, sparking riots and supernatural occurrences of yards cutting themselves as well as giant boxy glasses and people walking directly into walls because they cannont see due to emo hair.

“You owe me a Lollar (£)”


“I’m not joking, you think a single Lol is going to get me off your back? You owe me a hundred lols, or I break your ankle and you owe me a Lollarcaek.”

“Fine… here…. lollollollollollollollollollollollollol








“Finally. Jeez, did you HAVE to give it all to me in change?”

“;_;, now all I have is a couple of Moans.”

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