Oh, Canada. We would like any of you complaining that your new polymer $100 bills smell like sweet, delicious maple syrup to come across the border and take a whiff of our paper money. It probably smells nothing like liquid tree candy, I’ll tell you that much.
Canada’s got some pretty fancy new money — $100 and $50 polymer bills that last longer and aren’t damaged as easily as paper notes. But as the saying does not go, “All that is plastic might melt at some point, so, sorry your money shriveled.” In some cases, the money has been said to curl up like bacon in a frying pan. Yum.