Top 10 Fictional Currencies In Movies And TV



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00:36 #10. Time from “In Time” (2011)
01:28 #9. Cubits from “Battlestar Galactica” franchise (1978-)
02:21 #8. UD [aka Universal Denomination] from “The Chronicles of Riddick” (2004)
03:07 #7. Spacebucks from “Spaceballs” (1987)
04:02 #6. Trillion Dollar Bill from “The Simpsons” (1989-)
05:10 #5. Latinum frm “Star Trek” franchise (1966-)
05:58 #4. Clams from “The Flintstones” franchise (1960-)
06:51 #3, #2, #1 ????

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46 COMMENTS

  1. You could do a top ten ranking my dad's farts! His number is: 'The MOAB' It has that name because it is destructive and it sounds like: MMMMOOOOOAAAABBBB' when he unleashes it upon the world!

  2. KANOOTS? YOU UNCULTURED FUCKS. NUTS. PRONOUNCED AS IN MULTIPLE EJACULATORY ORGASMS. I JUST THREW MY BAGEL ACROSS ALL OF AUSCHSITZ YOU CUNTS

  3. The narrator failed Kindergarten English. When a word begins with "Kn", the "K" is silent and you just pronounce the "N". Therefore "knuts" is pronounced "nuts", not "ka-noots"

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