This is the latest video from Condé Nast Traveler starring 70 people from 70 different countries demonstrating how they count paper money in their country (previously: saying hello and goodbye, making dog and cat sounds, and sneezing/saying 'bless you' or the equivalent). Or at least how they count money personally. Most were pretty standard, but there were several that were unique. Me? I've developed a far easier way of counting money: never having any. Paper money?! What do I look like, some sort of prince? I wish. Give me a penny for my thoughts? "Sure." *closes eyes, thinks hard* I should have asked for a nickel.
Keep going for the video.
Thanks to Linby, who agrees it must feel awfully nice counting all those buckaroonies.