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Three quarters, two dimes, two nickels, and five pennies. Something people carry when they want to get rid of their change.

"Perfect change" is what you give a casier so you don't get change back. "A perfect change" is the combination of coins you might carry so you can give perfect change.
Cashier: The total comes to $6.68
Customer: *gives her a five, a one, two quarters, a dime, a nickel, and three pennies.
Cashier: Your change comes


Man, I've got a lot of coins. I should probably make a perfect change.
by Kevin October 13, 2008
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