According to the Wall Street Journal, this newly redesigned $100 bill you see above will go into circulation on Oct. 8. It’s said to have security features that’ll make it harder for counterfeiters to reproduce. It was supposed to go into circulation back in 2011 but the newfangled ribbon had issues — they basically had a two-year paper jam.
So yeah, the new bill has some fancy 3-D something or other. But it’s kind of dull and won’t deter people enough so I designed some bills that will stop counterfeiters in their tracks… check them out:
This design will deter people because it’s super embarrassing. People would be all like, “What, you’re hot for Ben Franklin? Ewwww.” No one would want to carry this one let alone copy it.
Yeah, you write REAL on it so people know it’s fo reals, yo. Right? Brilliant. Come on Federal Reserve, what are we paying you for here?
This next one speaks for itself:
Because if this bill could speak it would say, “Ben Franklin was cool and I’m cool. Isn’t it time we had a hipster bank note? Why are all our bills so darn depressing? Heck, we better use me, because otherwise everyone is just gonna deal in chickens or frackin Bitcoins. Why? Because US currency has not changed with the times, maaaan. Heck, you can get Bugs Bunny on US Stamps, so why our bills gotta be so, like, old white dude BORING?”
There you have it. Three one hundred dollar bills that would be better than the new hundred buck bill. You’re welcome, Federal Reserve. For my design help, you can just PayPal me, K? Thanks.