I was standing by the ticket machines at the underground station when he approached clutching a five pound note.
â€˜Excuse me, guv, could you let me have a fiverâ€™s worth of change?â€™
â€˜I think soâ€¦â€™ After fishing around in my pocket, I handed over three pound coins, three fifty pence pieces, two twenties and a ten. â€˜Will this do?â€™
â€˜Yes thatâ€™ll be fine. Thank you very much.â€™
It was as he walked away still clutching the five pound note that I realised heâ€™d never actually asked me to change it: heâ€™d only asked me for a fiverâ€™s worth of change.
|Getting a book noticed|
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