heads or monticello

Finn was playing a board game with grandma this week in which two players take turns flipping a coin. One person is "heads" and the other is "tails". When you flip your chosen side, you get to move forward on the board. Finn chose heads, and decided after a few turns that he didn't like his coin and was going to find one with heads on both sides. Grandma explained that there was no such thing, that all the coins had a head on one side and various things on the either. They happened to be playing with nickels, so grandma explained that it was Monticello on the flip side of their coins.

Finn decided from there on out they would play "Heads or Monticello".

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