These Dominoes are Literally Stuffed With Shredded Cash

By Andrew Liszewski on at

When you're a kid, dominoes are for stacking and toppling in magnificent chains circling your bedroom floor. But when you're older, and realise that all those dots can be used to play an actual game, suddenly dominoes become yet another form of competition. And nothing says you're in it to win it like playing with a set of dominoes stuffed full of actual US currency.

These Dominoes Are Stuffed With Actual Cold Hard Shredded Cash

Not only does this set of Cash Money Bones dominoes have a very distinct look, they actually represent around four weeks of hard work to make. And their creator claims that each set has about $100,000 worth of bills stuffed inside, which presumably comes pre-shredded from one of the US mints. Because if Joe had to collect and shred that cash himself, charging $475 (£315) per set would leave him $99,525 out of pocket on every sale. [Joes Bones via The Awesomer]

This article originally appeared on Toyland, Gizmodo's toys and collectibles blog