Habbox Competitions!

Habbox Competitions!

Fancy winning credits and other prizes? Check out what competitions we have open on our forum!

Habbox Competitions!
Join the Habbox family!

Join the Habbox family!

There's an ENORMOUS array of fun and engaging roles here at Habbox - click to see where you might fit, we'd love to have you!

Join the Habbox family!
Rare values!

Rare values!

Wanna find out what you're worth? Our dedicated team of furni buffs are on the job to keep rare values updated as they change!

Rare values!
DJLoading...
Now playing:
Loading...
...
Vegetarian cafe refuses new fivers0
By - Posted 4th December, 2016 at 11:05 pm The Real World

real-world-happenings

The Cambridge Rainbow cafe is refusing to accept the new £5 note. Branded as “cleaner”, “safer”, and “stronger”, the note has been revealed to contain a trace of tallow. Although, according to BBC News, the Bank of England is looking to make the note meat-free, people are wondering why the note contained animal products in the first place.

Well, the answer to that question is that, according to the Bank of England, the problem had “only just come to light”, and they’re taking the situation with the “utmost seriousness”. So are the public, apparently, with a petition calling to ban the note gaining over 100,000 signatures on Change.org.

In September, the new £5 entered circulation and people loved it. It was small and shiny and bendy and waterproof and it didn’t crinkle – it was overall just nicer than the screwed up paper one in the depths of your pocket. However, people are going off it as once it’s bent it stays bent, and it contains animal products.

What do you think of the new £5? Are you okay with it not being “vegetarian”? And what about the future £10 and £20 notes?! Get your opinions heard in the wonderful comment section!

thenewfiver

The new £5, introduced in September 2016.

Like! 3
Comments

No one has commented yet. Why not be the first?