There was once a guy named Jim who was a huge fan of morale patches. He loved collecting them and showing them off to anyone who would look. But as time passed, Jim found that his collection was becoming less and less valuable. He decided to try and find a new way to make money off of his patches.
One day, Jim heard about a new thing called bitcoin. He had no idea what it was, but he knew it was worth a lot of money. So, he decided to try and exchange his morale patches for bitcoin.
He set up a website and advertised his patches as the perfect addition to any bitcoin enthusiast's collection. But no one seemed interested in trading their precious bitcoin for Jim's patches.
Feeling discouraged, Jim decided to go to a bitcoin meet-up in hopes of finding a buyer. When he got there, he was surprised to see that everyone was dressed in suits and carrying briefcases.
Feeling out of place, Jim approached a group of people and asked if they were interested in trading bitcoin for his patches. They looked at him in confusion and asked what patches were.
Jim pulled out his patches and explained that they were little patches that you put on your clothes to show off your personality. The group burst out laughing and told Jim that he was in the wrong place. They were talking about actual bitcoins, not patches with cute sayings on them.
Feeling embarrassed, Jim quickly gathered up his patches and ran out of the meet-up. He realized that maybe morale patches weren't the most valuable currency in the world after all.