Trevek 26 | 1,702 18 Jun 2010 #1Just had it happen and I need a rant!What the hell is the problem in Polish shops that everyone needs the exact change?Almost every shop I go into gives me the "Don't you have the exact change?"... and then you can be sure to asked the same question in the next shop.Haven't these places worked out the concept of floats in small change?Example: I needed to go to the supermarket and the bread shop this morning (on the way back from running my wife to work). I had 100zl from last night in my pocket. I go into the supermarket, get the things... 50 zlots, 25 grosze. I hand her the 100."Don't you have the 25 grosze?""No, sorry."(sigh, roll of eyes)"Well, I'm sorry, but the ATM doesn't give me loose change""How interesting, but what am I supposed to do, I don't have change!"In the end I just handed her my card, commenting I didn't know how much money was in the account and i didn't want to pay that way.So now, I have 100 zlot note and still need the bread shop, so i end up going home to find 6-7 zlots in lose change because I'm not going to buy a couple of loaves with a 100 and have the same scenario.The worst thing was, this was 08.30 this morning in a large supermarket... how long does it take to empty a till of change?