Refers to currencies that have suffered or continue to suffer from hyperinflation. Because currency denominations rapidly lose value, printed bills will become worth very little after a short time. They eventually become almost worthless, not even worth the paper they are printed on, like monopoly money.
Countries that use/have used monopoly money:
(Also any country where simple items currently cost 1000's of their currency unit, as this is an indication of past hyperinflation)
What the Iraq War has turned the U.S. dollar into.
1 Euro is now equal to $1.60.
The U.S. Dollar becoming an example of monopoly money.
1. My three-year-old sister has drooled all over most of the monopoly money.
2. US Citizen: "Look at this Monopoly Money! Why can't you have REAL money, like Americans?"
Canadian: "This IS real money."
US Citizen: "I can't understand your stupid accent! SPEAK AMERICAN!"
Foreign currency, usually printed in bright colors with funny pictures of people that no one has ever heard of. Called Monopoly Money or Funny Money
because it looks and feels like some fake cash you get with a board game.
Monopoly Money is often spent recklessly because it looks fake, therefore you're not spending "real" money.
New Zealand Dollars
South Africa Rand
Saudi Arabia Riyals
yes, it is what these guy say, but it is also used in the game monopoly. it looks fake in most cases and feels fake, but there have been cases when it was used to pay a dumb slut or a stoned deliver boy.
use your monopoly money to pay for this pizza, the delivery boy looks high enought to accept it.
"Fake" money that is now accepted at "KFC" and "Taco Bell."
"Lets go to KFC and buy some chicken with this Monopoly Money"
Monopoly Money, serious business.
Money that was not paid for, that does not exist in a real form, is of no true worth, is related to the board game Monopoly™, or an in-game video game currency used for purchasing game items that are not transferable for real money.
Most popular association is that of Monopoly Money, used in the game Monopoly™