2020 Flip a Coin Day

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1st June

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20211st JuneTuesday
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20241st JuneSaturday
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20271st JuneTuesday
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20291st JuneFriday
20301st JuneSaturday

Flip a Coin Day is day when making decisions is as easy as flipping a coin. This tradition dates back to Julius Caesar. Caesar would take a coin and flip it to make decisions where the right choice was unclear. The correct answer was "heads", which of course carried his image on the coin.

Flip a Coin Day

Flip a Coin Day is celebrated on June 01. The best way to take part in Flip a Coin Day is of course to flip a coin. That is an easy option to make decisions. One side of the coin means "yes" while the other side means "no". Even hard decisions can be made in less than one minute and any kind of coin is suitable. If the first result is unwanted it is possible to flip the coin several times and take the answer that showed up most frequently.

Flipping a coin is a method introduced by Julius Caesar. However the founder of Flip a Coin Day is unknown. It was Caesars' own head that was on the "yes-side" of coins when he was alive. Therefore it is understandable that this was the right answer to him. Coins can also be flipped to decide who out of two is supposed to do something, like for example cleaning up or paying the bill. There are uncountable ways to join in Flip a Coin Day - all it takes is a coin.

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