The Dilbert comic strip has a series running right now (two strips so far, maybe more?) you shouldn’t miss on hyperinflation. Both focus on the difficulty of making purchases when the money is becoming more worthless almost by the moment: Potato and Fetid Water.
As often with good comedy, inflation at “a billion percent, daily” is just an exaggeration of many real hyperinflations that have occurred throughout history… But especially since the 20th century and the wide adoption of central banking. See, for example, Hans Sennholz on the Hyperinflation in Germany, 1914-1923. Also, see Mises’s discussion of the same topic. He uses the charming term “the crack-up boom”. Let us hope hyperinflation remains something to joke about because the reality of living through one is not funny at all.