Do You Still Put Coins In A Piggy Bank?
By Peter Ang
December 4, 2017 3:12am CST
Saving money is a virtue. We start learning the value and importance of saving money when we were still a child by saving or putting coins in a piggy bank. Yes our parents are right in saying that we must always learn how to save for the rainy days. Do you still put or save coins in a piggy bank? or put a rolled bill inside a piggy bank? Are you spending more than you are earning? Picture credit: thesun.co.uk
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• Hong Kong
@dodoazo To save money is a virtue in its practical sense since not everyone is saving money--simple as that. I'm not using the word or term "virtue" here not in its religious sense my friend but in its plain and ordinary meaning and within the context of my entire post. It is not my intention in my post to engage in a semantic or hair-splitting philosophic distinction.I'm sorry that you are confuse my friend.
• Staten Island, New York
I do not have a piggy bank. What I do is have those coin rolls and I put the coins in their respective rolls. Then I deposit that money into the bank. But I am thinking it'd be nice to have something (not necessarily an actual piggy bank) to throw coins into and watch it pile up.