We've covered this topic before, but it's still amusing. The Dailymail published an article this week about "Moneyfacing", a craze for photographing people together with a banknote to make some interesting, comic, and occasionally disturbing hybrid images.
It's time to put your money where your mouth is if you want to be part of a rising internet craze.
Moneyfacing is the practice of folding a bank note in front of your face and taking a photograph to create a hybrid face.
Facebook groups dedicated to the craze have been set up and internet forums have popped up containing hundreds of photos.
The include images of currencies from across the world and while some appear to naturally follow the subject's face, others are simply hilarous.
One user who posted a picture of himself with the Queen's face on the 5 pounds wrote: 'I'm not sure how proud Liz would be if she saw this but I think I wear the crown rather well.
To read the complete article, see:
Money talks! The fun hybrid faces that match people with banknotes
Wayne Homren, Editor
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