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  sofitina  |  20

The weight difference is significant. I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that she mistook her child for a coin despite the weight difference.

  Zebediabolical  |  39

Most of the commonwealth nations have a picture of the sovereign on their coins. They no longer mint pennies, but all of Australian current coinage has Queen Elizabeth II on on side and an image native to the nation on the back side. Just like Canada.

  Thinkitthrough  |  23

I believe that OP didn't really throw their kid into the fountain on purpose thinking they were a coin. Most likely they just wrote the FML that way to make it sound funnier. Unless OP is a very, very confused person I don't think they really ever thought the child in their hands was a coin. Most likely just an accident (at least I hope so because if not it's very hard to imagine). Hopefully everyone on here isn't just being sarcastic when asking how that happens.

  saIty  |  17

1) Rate the child's cuteness on a 1-10 scale
2) Add whatever grade the child is in with the cuteness level
3) Divide the final product by however old the child is

  kibster9  |  20

I don't think they meant to drop their kid into the fountain. I think that they accidentally did it and wrote on the fml that they dropped their kid instead of a coin.

  primadonna9396  |  16

Probably just lost their grip on the little one when they went to pitch the coin. YDI but it's not a huge deal, shit happens. If I saw that IRL I probably would have laughed (assuming child is OK, of course).