You, if you're like me, played MONOPOLY for the first time when you were a kid. You had smaller hands then, and hence, smaller fingers. Was there a better feeling than sticking your pinky in there and instantly growing a claw? No, there was not. Even now, with your grown-up hands, Thimble just feels right and never falls over. It slides smooth, and doesn't take up a lot of room. Oh, Thimble, always so considerate of others.
An original member of the '35 class, Thimble was 2009 United States MONOPOLY champion Richard Marinaccio's piece of choice, which definitely counts for everything.
Ryan Hatch is the deputy editor of Supercompressor. Always buy the railroads, never Baltic Avenue. Or do whatever, it's just a game. As is Twitter.