Many currencies (most dollars, Euros, Pounds, Polish gold etc)
§1 or so for milk or bread, §40 for nice blouse, §250,000 for a house
Other currencies, like Yen, move the decimal place 2 or 3 places
So 1000 for milk, 70000 for a ticket at a thrill ride park etc
There there are Czech Crowns (kč )
Which is ~23 crowns to the dollar
It is odd how it changes your perception of costs!
@electroCutie When I lived in England, it was about 1.6 USD to the GBP. And then I moved to Sweden, which was almost exactly 10 SEK to the GBP. So I also got used to thinking on the Stirling Scale, as it were. :)
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