Money Hungry!

Piggy Bank

F/4.8, 1/60, ISO 160.

Day 222 / 365

I was thinking about making piggy banks for a living.

I hear there’s good money in them.

I’ve rejected a new job making piggy banks.

I didn’t want change.

Interesting Fact: In English, the word “pig” can refer to two things: the animal and earthenware, which is used to make crockery. People often saved money in kitchen pots and jars made of pig, called “pig jars”. By the 18th century, the term “pig jar” had evolved to “pig bank”. [3] As earthenware was supplanted by other materials, such as glass, plaster, and plastic, the name gradually began to refer specifically to the shape of the bank, instead of what was used to make it. ( )



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