Teacher: Good morning class.
Students: Good morning sir.
Teacher: How was your night?
First student: Very terrific.
Second student: Terrible:
Teacher: How terrible was it?
Second Student: Fantastically terrible.
Second student: No money. Everybody slept hungry.
Teacher: That brings us to today’s topic. Money!
Teacher: What’s money?
First student: Money simply means Elefeme, or Efeleme.
Second student: Money is a piece of paper called Lemefele.
Third student: It’s a huge number of designed papers under the country of Melefele.
Teacher: You are partially correct. Money is a legal tender, generally acceptable to people of a country both mad and normal, under the control of NCB, headed by Felemefe.