A stack of one hundred greasy street-worn bills, American, takes up 6.89 cubic inches, or 112 milliliters. A paper bag, like the one you get your groceries packed in or like the one you are looking at right now, holds 1,428 cubic inches, or just north of 23 liters. That’s 207.25 stacks of cash if you filled it with mathematical perfection, which its previous owner clearly did not, but close enough. And if each stack was composed of 100 twenty dollar bills, the contents of the bag you are touching with such tender longing would be worth four hundred thousand of somebody else’s dollars, give or take. But there are some stacks of hundreds mixed in, and the bag you are holding lovingly in your arms isn’t full-full, so it all evens out at half a million dollars like somebody planned it.
Because somebody did. And chances are they are going to miss their grocery bag as much as you love it.
Movie Night A Simple Plan, Dope, No Country for Old Men, Money for Nothing, Shallow Grave, Millions, Too Late for Tears, Million to Juan, La Horse, Dreizehn Stühle, The Million Pound Note
The Object in this playset is fixed, but will acquire two dice during the Setup just like everything else. In practice you can treat it like a normal Object, because the first die will tie it to a Relationship. The second will probably be the last one chosen. Regardless, you don’t need to do anything special to make it work.