A Floor Made Of 13,000 Pennies Is Proving People Can’t Math

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A Floor Made Of 13,000 Pennies Is Proving People Can’t Math

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A Floor Made Of 13,000 Pennies Is Proving People Can’t Math, It doesn’t matter how smooth and clever we are, but we find ourselves in a way where we seriously dumb things at certain points in our lives. Sometimes we can blame someone else for feeding us the wrong information, but it’s just as possible that our brains were on autopilot at the exact wrong moment.

Sometime, we spend an average of nearly half of our day in this mode, our brains often manage to keep things together pretty well while we’re drifting off. But sometimes our mental cruise control will end up hitting a bump in the road and we can find ourselves saying something we know isn’t true.

Today, we’re going to see how quickly and easily this can happen and how many people can get stuck in the same pitfall. All this happened because of a floor made of pennies.

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They ran out of darker pennies part of the way through, so they had to dye a bunch of them with sulfur to complete the pattern.

One user offered his two cents about the waste of money but seemed to forget something really important.

Namely, that Tonya Tooners decorated the floor with pennies, not dollars. 

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Oddly enough, this wasn’t the only wrong answer that kept floating around.

I guess we’re making progress?

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As you can imagine, viewers were pretty impressed with the results.

Finally, some kind soul would show up and set everybody straight.

As you might have guessed, the responses weren’t exactly kind. Soon enough, this guy’s Twitter feed blew up as folks laughed at his mistake.

Before we get to the “interesting” comments, let’s see what they were commenting about.

Just when it looked like the matter was put to bed, another person would come out and say the penny floor cost $13,000.

 

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