Now This is Really Trivial

United States
January 5, 2017 12:51pm CST
Some things are so trivial, that very few people would know the answer and who would care anyway? This is definitely something that no one really needs to know, but I thought I would share. Did you know that there are 118 ridges around the edge of a U.S. dime. Have you ever tried to count them? Hah!
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@MALUSE (42713)
• Germany
5 Jan 17
Have YOU counted them? :-)
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• United States
6 Jan 17
I can't even SEE them. Hah!
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@JudyEv (130710)
• Bunbury, Australia
6 Jan 17
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@JudyEv (130710)
• Bunbury, Australia
5 Jan 17
So, if you haven't counted them, they could tell you anything reasonable and you'd probably believe it. I think you need to count them for yourself!
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• United States
6 Jan 17
Yes, then a person would really know for sure, but I guess the U.S. Mint knows.
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@JohnRoberts (61370)
• Los Angeles, California
5 Jan 17
You surpassed yourself on this one! You are good to go for Jeopardy.
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• United States
6 Jan 17
Really trivial. Something that no one really needs to know.
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@inertia4 (27713)
• United States
5 Jan 17
That is something I never knew. It does seem trivial. I will give you that. I personally don't think anyone would care about this. But I have to say it is an interesting thing.
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• United States
6 Jan 17
No, not an important fact at all, but interesting! Yes!
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@inertia4 (27713)
• United States
6 Jan 17
@IreneVincent Right. That is something no one would ever think about. But when someone does it tends to become interesting. Thanks for this.
@RasmaSandra (19168)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
5 Jan 17
I was just happy to have a dime when I lived in NYC so I never bothered to really look at the coin. It was good enough to get me what I wanted.
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