As some of you know I'm less than thrilled with working on Black Friday. Not the work itself, but the fact that I'll be getting up at 3:30 am to cater to shoppers who should still be in bed themselves.
But I'm going to make the best of it.
I'm actually going to pass on a little Christmas cheer as well.
Because, as you all know, Christmas is all about giving. Pictured below is a twenty dollar bill. I'm going to strategically place these throughout the mall for people to find. (Along with some ten and fifty dollar bills.)
I'm going to bask in the happiness of the lucky shoppers who will discover these bills as they stampede through the mall in search of getting their loved ones the perfect gift.
I can see the smiles I'm going to be bringing to about 15 lucky people who find these bills.
Of course there's a catch. As you stroll through this post you'll see for yourselves.
As they bend over to pick up these bills thinking how lucky they are they're bound to flip it over to see:
But they all will hear a voice say "Merry Christmas, and please dispose of them properly."
(Well, some of them will, if I'm not busy helping the customers stampeding through our store as these are discovered.)