Poo Dollar is not meant to be a dirty game, it is a clean game that exposes peoples greed. Under no circumstances do you ever deviate from the rules. Unsanctioned unendorsed methods give Poo Dollar a bad name. Poo Dollar is not meant to be a dirty game, it is a clean game that exposes peoples greed. Under no circumstances do you ever deviate from the rules. Unsanctioned unendorsed methods give Poo Dollar a bad name
1. You may not ever give a Poo Dollar or place a Poo Dollar in a position where it could be received by someone of lesser means.
Poo Dollar is a game that teaches regular means people not to take money from poor people. This is not about what somebody would do for a dollar.
2. The Poo must be completely contained by the folded dollar, and under no circumstances should the poo touch the ground or anything else.
We are activists, not vandals. No outside part should be punished for someone else’s greed.
3. The poo must be positioned as such so that poo in the Poo Dollar does not touch the greedy persons in any such fashion.
4. No runny poo that can soak through a dollar may be used.
5. The identities of the participants in the poo dollar may not be known.
Poo Dollar is not about vanity. This is about poo and exposing greed, not celebrity status.
Use a tripod.
It’s no fun to watch a shaky video. Place the camera on the tripod, zoom in, focus on the dollar, then zoom out. Make sure the shot is framed properly and hit record. Once you start to record, avoid any camera movement or zooms.
Bring plenty of plastic bags
The aroma is an unfortunate consequence of the cause. Plastic bags are an easy and effective way to avoid coming in contact with the source of the aroma.
Position the Poo Dollar in a place where there is a barrier between the camera and the dollar.
Many people who pick up a Poo Dollar are angered at their greed, and they should be. That was not their dollar, and they knew it.
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