Funny Money

4 George Washingtons

Writing on money is illegal in most countries, but that sure hasn’t stopped a few people from doing it anyway. Of course, Offbeat Earth does not condone writing or doodling on legal tender; but viewing the creations of others is highly encouraged. Here are a few amusing additions to the portraits featured on American and Canadian currency. 

Rainbow Brite Jefferson

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These renditions of Thomas Jefferson as Rainbow Brite and George Washington as The Joker add a little bit of color to these otherwise bland bills.

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5-Up for Abraham Lincoln!

sparta_jackson

 Andrew Jackson gets a “Spartan Spirit” makeover. 

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George Washington as Ron Jeremy, complete with imposed chest hair. 

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Here’s a rendition of former Canadian Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier as Spock, a fairly common tradition Canadians call “Spocking”.

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Old Hickory if he had enlisted in the KISS Army.

Check out a few more pictures of money doodles at Joe D.’s Flickr stream.

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7 Responses to “Funny Money”
  1. pearljamcrazy says:

    My friend drew on one similar to the Joker one & handed it to the crazy school cafeteria lady. Funny stuff!

  2. Fuggaluggi says:

    I was able to fart so hard that the money in my wallet turned deep brown. Then I remembered that Russ Blevins is an asshole.

  3. IL DUCE KISSA MY ASS says:

    the IRS eats shit on rye toast, said I.

    No, said my IRS-defending acquaintance, they don’t like bread.

  4. HouseSpecial says:

    my friend has had the joker for a while now, he should recirculate it.

  5. Jessica says:

    Jefferson on the 10, huh? Sad, sad day when someone mistakes The all great Jefferson for Hamilton, especially when the name is on the bottom of the picture.
    TEN DOLLAR BILL IS HAMILTON PEOPLE, JEFFERSON IS THE 2$ BILL.

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