Originally Posted by Baron Dante @Exor; To be fair, we are still completely surprised when Pokemon just have an egg, so it seems we don't know where normal eggs come either. Maybe that old day care couple can help us solve that mystery.
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@Exor; To be fair, we are still completely surprised when Pokemon just have an egg, so it seems we don't know where normal eggs come either.
Phione isn't a pre evolved Manaphy, it's a different species that is the result of a Manaphy breeding with a Ditto. Manaphy can hatch from Manaphy eggs, but nobody knows where those come from.
Originally Posted by Iron Defense If we get rid of pennies, I'm holding onto mine. I have an assortment of pennies dating from 1919-1924 that're already worth more than your average penny. I've got some ranging from 1941-1974, and two or three Wheat Pennies.
Friends: (aka nostalgiafgas. pardon my language) "All the new Pokemon suck! I prefer the original 151! They are the only real Pokemon!"
At least I have some friends who respect and have played the other gens, under my influence of course.
If we get rid of pennies, I'm holding onto mine. I have an assortment of pennies dating from 1919-1924 that're already worth more than your average penny.
Truth is, Pikachu really does stink in battle, even with the light ball that turns him into a powerhouse. He's so frail, the opponent won't even switch out his Gyarados because he could take Pikachu down despite its 4x weakness. It also gets easily walled by the four dominant types. Other than that, the haters must've outgrew the franchise.
People who hate Pokemon for saying monsters look weird won't know Digimon FACT.
Yeah, pennies are really a waste of copper.
I miss the days when American change made me happy because I technically got more change than usual.
We really should get rid of pennies. Or let us melt them and sell the copper >.>
Originally Posted by UnovaCastaway Isn't Canada getting rid of their pennies? It's a 50-50 chance. Someone says "Yeah", others say "No way!"
Same situation over here. 50-50 chance it'll be gone. Either way, I've started up a penny collection. You know, for future reference when I tell my kids and grandkids about old money.
I have a few Canadian dimes. I don't get it, either. xD
Isn't Canada getting rid of their pennies?
Same. But I live in Canada, so...
But I have found money from the Caribbean in my pants once.
Yes, the opposite happens; I've rummaged through my change pot the other day and found something like 12 American cents.
I got a Canadian Quarter as change once. Currency mixups are common I bet. But those pennies are being phased out in Canada, so you should hold on to them. =D