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10,000 Pennies in One Box (19 pics)

Pics | 7 Apr, 2011 | Views: 11910 |  +14   |  

One guy sent to his sister 10,000 pennies by mail. The box weighs 70 lbs (32 kg)!

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№1 Author: compmaster (7 Apr 2011 02:32) Total user comments: 1870


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№2 Author: raymond.wendt (7 Apr 2011 02:50) Total user comments: 9110


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The source link didn't work for me. I'm wondering why he sent her the pennies. At least she looked happy about it!
№3 Author: joffenbaker (7 Apr 2011 03:17) Total user comments: 4915


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For what reason? I saw the boxes and stuff, but, now what? 02
№4 Author: DocMcCoy (7 Apr 2011 03:32) Total user comments: 6039


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How do they know it's 10,000? There was a woman in Michigan who made a sculpture of a penny out of 84,000 pennies which is very cool.
№5 Author: capt.huffnpuff (7 Apr 2011 05:26) Total user comments: 2523


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How much was the postage on priority mail? Apparently the USPS does not have a weight limit on their priority mail. No wonder its losing money! 02
№6 Author: mirrebex (7 Apr 2011 05:30) Total user comments: 474


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why!?
№7 Author: mahedi (7 Apr 2011 05:54) Total user comments: 10631


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№8 Author: runnerk (7 Apr 2011 06:50) Total user comments: 73


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№9 Author: nuts2u (7 Apr 2011 07:58) Total user comments: 828


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An expensive joke?
№10 Author: t0t0t0 (7 Apr 2011 08:09) Total user comments: 429


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DocMcCoy,
In Europe it's considered as crime.
№11 Author: HisGoddess4ever (7 Apr 2011 09:10) Total user comments: 268


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OMG, at first I red "penises" 13
№12 Author: salsapopo (7 Apr 2011 11:00) Total user comments: 12713


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nice prank
№13 Author: Lord Dodo (7 Apr 2011 11:18) Total user comments: 2064


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Now do that for bills and taxes 07
№14 Author: hotwetness (7 Apr 2011 12:46) Total user comments: 1


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They did it to test to see if the USPS "if it fits, it ships" flat rate boxes really ship regardless of weight. It did.
№15 Author: 2fuzzy (7 Apr 2011 15:48) Total user comments: 10400


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As hot said above, USPS has a flat rate box of up to 70 lbs.

Original post can be found at:

http://thechive.com/2011/04/05
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№16 Author: Lu (7 Apr 2011 19:45) Total user comments: 13291


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Copper nut?
№17 Author: xPLDxPunisher (8 Apr 2011 17:00) Total user comments: 70


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TO THE COINSTAR! 92
№18 Author: Cacabit (9 Apr 2011 18:10) Total user comments: 818


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HisGoddess4ever,ahah !
№19 Author: Shadoglare (11 Apr 2011 15:07) Total user comments: 427


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Why does the intro text say it was 70lb when there are multiple photos clearly showing 58.8lb?

I was actually surprised to see USPS shipped this at all though - for some reason I was thinking they had a weight limit of around 50lb.
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