30 Pounds of Coins

In what has apparently become a tradition here at the workplace, Justin brought in a ton of change and we all tried to guess how much he had.

For those of you playing at home, here’s what you should know: the coins were brought in two pillowcases. Also, there were no quarters in either of the bags. And finally, these coins were collected over the course of five years.

For reference, check out these two recent money-guessing days: Matt’s Bag-O-Money Challenge, and the first ever guessing game.

This time around, we switched up the guessing process a little bit. Justin offered up a free milkshake as the prize, for whoever got the closest.

To keep things a bit more even, everyone wrote down their guess on a piece of paper, along with their initials. Then, Justin wrote out everyone’s guess on the board.

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