I really really really hate crumpled money It's one of my many pet peeves. If you know Philippine money, they're not quite that proper and it will not hold its shape after folding and whatever like that. It's vulnerable like shit and PEOPLE! It's our duty to preserve its shape by not doing anything like crumpling it or putting it in our pocket carelessly.
It's true that we'll spend it anyway so why do we have to take proper care of it, right? Logically speaking, and as a personal point of view and experience, I have this thinking that it's harder to spend new paper money than that of crumpled. Why? Because paper money seems like trash and we want to get rid of it. If you have like perfectly ironed money and when you look at it, it's something you want to have longer and not to spend it right away buying non-sense.
My cousin went here yesterday and she was like putting money inside her purse and I was like "I hate crumpled money" and she was like "I don't have anywhere to put it to" and is that a good excuse? I don't know. So people, your money will not always be your money. It goes out the circulation and it might be handed to me as change anywhere or wherever so please! Fix yourselves.