Does it count if it's your own house? lol. I found $40 in my room. It was a big deal because I don't remember losing $40 and this money was in a place that only I had access to. Between a newspaper clipping of my grandfather winning parent of the year in a city that I had locked in a toolbox under my bed.
i found 50 dollars in a library. i was in an aisle just lookin at some encyclopedias for a project, and i come across 3 crumpled bills. 2 20s and a 10. i straightened those babies out, pocketed em rolled out. i was like 14 at the time so it seemed like a fortune at the time hahaa.
I'm guessing stealing doesn't count as "finding", so. . .I found a $20 once a long ass time ago, like when I was in like 4th or 5th grade. It was winter at the time (snow on the ground), and I was walking home sort of kicking the snow along the curb 'cause I was bored. After I kicked over some snow a handful of times, I noticed I saw some paper or something right under where I just kicked the snow, and I was like wtf? Double checked and it was a $20.
$250 on the Atlantic City boardwalk, early like 8am, I was riding bikes with my family. It was just laying there in piles and people were just walking by it one lady even said he's taking somebodies money like i was robbing somebody face to face. Next day I found a twenty dollar bill in Tropicana. One time I dropped like $300 (my entire paycheck, cashed of course) in Home Depot and some lady turned it into the front desk.
100$ in the laundry room , Its a cool story bro kind of thing but if you do your own laundry, and if you live in a military neighborhood then you might be lucky to find hundred dollar bill,... all that laundry paid off mann..