I don't think Patrick was being all arrogant and entitled and shit, just curious why Christo was handing Mulligan $100 and they weren't telling him what it was, and that was the only thing that came to mind.
The only time I've ever see Canadian money is when I'm trying to buy a soda at a vending machine with change, and discover a Canadian coin in the mix. Since our vending machines don't take Canadian money, when this happens , I find myself short. Only wrong Canada's ever done me.
I've never, ever seen Canadian money, except for pennies- which I get at the grocery store as change with strange frequency. Then again, we get a lot of people from Quebec vacationing in our area.
I've used a lot of Euros and Norwegian Kroner, so if I see a bill that's not a US one, I assume it's Euros or Kroner. XD I love the look of the NOK, and the Euro's kinda cool. But I do adore the uniformity of the US bill- you don't really confuse a US bill for any other kind of bill.
But I wonder, now, do Canadians use a lot of coins? Because over in Norway- I'm half, if anyone wonders why out of all of the European countries that's the one whose currency I'm familiar with- and pretty much everywhere else in the world, coins are much more abundantly used.