thatcoinguy's Blog

29 Dec 2021

You Know You’re A Numis-Nerd When You…

| thatcoinguy

I saw this on an old blog by Numinerd9, and instead of commenting on an old blog, I decided to make a new one. Feel free to add your own in the comments section!

-When you pay with money for money.

-When you spend your time at the bank explaining to the tellers that you want the coin rolls WITH COINS IN THEM, not the empty ones.

-When you yell like you won the lottery because you got a cent with some wheat on it at a McDonald's drive-through.

-When your parents have to set a limit on how much money you can buy.

-When you pay for $25 in cents at the bank, only to give $25 in cents back to the bank the next day.

-When you cringe at the word "penny" uttered by your family member, followed by a rant on why your family member is incorrect.

-When you spend way to much time telling your close friends why you paid $800 for a dime.

We all need some laughs, especially now, so I figured this would help. Have fun laughing your heart out! 😂

Keep collecting,




Level 6

Very funny! Thanks! ; )

Long Beard

Level 5

I specialize in dimes, back to 1896 (the 85s holding me back) by date and mint mark so I absolutely relate to the last one!


Level 7

Well said. Thanks.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Pretty funny! We can all relate I think ...


Level 6

Very Good. Been there, done that

It's Mokie

Level 6

When a friend expresses even the slightest interest in your collections, you hit them up with all your Dansco albums at once. (Guilty) When every shirt in your closet has something to do with a coin club, or a coin. (Guilty) When your heart starts pounding and you feel euphoria as soon as you get to the coin club show. (and Guilty)


Level 5



Level 5

Very true. Thanks

AC coin$

Level 6

You made my afternoon . Thanks


Level 5

Ha! I’ve got one… - When you pay money for even less money.


Level 6

Good one. Thanks.

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