i got this from a website... but: "Money is made out of a certain, classified cloth. The government won't tell us exactly what the cloth is, but money is made out of a cloth, and then ink is put onto it to form a dollar bill. The numerous layers of cloth are compressed at very high forces, and then cut into what is the dollar bill, and then ink is placed on top to form the visual effects of the dollar bill. "
i got this from wikipedia: Most banknotes are made of heavy paper, sometimes mixed with linen, cotton, or other textile fibres. Generally, the paper used is different from ordinary paper: it is much more resilient, resists wear and tear, and also does not contain the usual agents that make ordinary paper glow slightly under ultraviolet light.
HAHA! NO WAY! Next time some gangster wannabe comes bragging to me about I got ma papers or 'p's(money). I'll be like, no love moneys made out of cotton mwahahha.
our money is made out of plastic. Its great for when you leave it in your pockets when you put it in the washing machine!
no, its made in a paper factory