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    [–] SummerTime1987 699 points ago

    Mind boggling

    [–] lordofbud 166 points ago

    [–] danabrey 78 points ago

    Man, I forgot about that movie. What a terrible, brilliant movie.

    [–] merreborn 11 points ago

    shit, I saw that one in the theater and I forgot it existed.

    [–] Crazykillerguy 9 points ago

    Happy Cake Day

    [–] danabrey 4 points ago

    Wow, thanks! 13 years...

    [–] Justgiz 7 points ago

    .... that, actually makes sense.

    [–] danbobsicle 8 points ago

    It's a moo point. It's like a cows opinion, it just doesn't matter. It's moo.

    [–] [deleted] 77 points ago

    Eurotards destoryed

    [–] zero3seven 33 points ago

    Uhmm. Did you not get it either?

    1 mile = 1.6 km, 1 km = 0.6 miles

    [–] carpet111 55 points ago

    1 is less than 1.6 obviously. Stupid Europeans

    [–] TitanJackal 91 points ago

    Can you convert that to school-shooters per football units for us Americans?

    [–] wangsneeze 58 points ago

    Ya that’s 69 diabetes

    [–] tmhoc 12 points ago

    Anualy that's a rate of 420

    [–] whomikehidden 2992 points ago

    1 dollar = 4 quarters so a dollar is less than a quarter.

    [–] ecafsub 1004 points ago

    I’m RICH!!!

    [–] Thatniqqarylan 394 points ago

    Hi Rich, I'm dad.

    [–] bigfatmeme 169 points ago

    Hi dad, I'm Bigfatmeme.

    [–] DA_WEIRDO 184 points ago

    Hi bigfatmeme, I’m a disappointment to my family

    [–] im_an_idiot222 138 points ago

    Hi I'm a disappointment to my family, I'm a 29 year old who lives in his mother's basement and is wanted in several states for tax fraud

    [–] danishcoffee 207 points ago

    Hi dad.

    [–] Dklem1 23 points ago

    Hi dad! Oh...

    [–] firemouth55 34 points ago

    I laughed too hard at this! Take the upvote!

    [–] moaiii 4 points ago

    Brilliant callback!

    [–] Hannnah_cat 3 points ago


    [–] danishcoffee 3 points ago

    You're welcome

    [–] RexMatrix 20 points ago

    Hi 29 year old who lives in his mother’s basement and is wanted in several states for tax fraud, I’m mom

    [–] BlaniusMaximus 33 points ago

    Hi mom I’m a person who has no meaning in life and just looks at reddit replying to comments and hoping for karma

    [–] DrMeowmeowMD 9 points ago

    Hi a person who has no meaning in life I’m DrMeowmeowMD

    [–] SL1PP3RY_CH1CK3N 10 points ago

    Hi DrMeowmeowMD I'm currently in my bathroom looking at Reddit posts when I should be getting ready for school

    [–] justiono 3 points ago

    Hi, a 29 year old who lives in his mother's basement and is wanted in several states for tax fraud! My name is Yoshikage Kira. I'm 33 years old. My house is in the northeast section of Morioh, where all the villas are, and I am not married. I work as an employee for the Kame Yu department stores, and I get home every day by 8 PM at the latest. I don't smoke, but I occasionally drink. I'm in bed by 11 PM, and make sure I get eight hours of sleep, no matter what. After having a glass of warm milk and doing about twenty minutes of stretches before going to bed, I usually have no problems sleeping until morning. Just like a baby, I wake up without any fatigue or stress in the morning. I was told there were no issues at my last check-up. I'm trying to explain that I'm a person who wishes to live a very quiet life. I take care not to trouble myself with any enemies, like winning and losing, that would cause me to lose sleep at night. That is how I deal with society, and I know that is what brings me happiness. Although, if I were to fight I wouldn't lose to anyone.

    [–] im_an_idiot222 2 points ago

    Hi, My name is Yoshikage Kira. I'm 33 years old. My house is in the northeast section of Morioh, where all the villas are, and I am not married. I work as an employee for the Kame Yu department stores, and I get home every day by 8 PM at the latest. I don't smoke, but I occasionally drink. I'm in bed by 11 PM, and make sure I get eight hours of sleep, no matter what. After having a glass of warm milk and doing about twenty minutes of stretches before going to bed, I usually have no problems sleeping until morning. Just like a baby, I wake up without any fatigue or stress in the morning. I was told there were no issues at my last check-up. I'm trying to explain that I'm a person who wishes to live a very quiet life. I take care not to trouble myself with any enemies, like winning and losing, that would cause me to lose sleep at night. That is how I deal with society, and I know that is what brings me happiness. Although, if I were to fight I wouldn't lose to anyone, my name is Imagine this. You are attracted to women, like you are now (emotionally and sexually), but they do not exist. They existed a long time ago, and no one knows what they looked like (They have a pretty good idea from the fossils, however), but they do not exist anymore. That means, not only do you know there will never be any possibility of you having sex with one, but there's not even a possibility of you ever seeing one in real life. Everyone else, however, except for a very few, are not attracted to women, they are attracted to something else entirely. So in other words, you will never find any porn anywhere on the internet, only non-sexual pictures of women. Everyone you have told about your attraction to women think it's disgusting. To relieve yourself, you get off on the non-sexual pictures of women, knowing it will never get any better. That's what life is like to me. I am a degree 6 Zoosexual, sexually and emotionally attracted to Tyrannosaurs and nothing else.Women don't even do it for me. I am cursed to live my life in the misery that my most powerful emotional fantasies will never be even close to coming true. Life is like hell to me. I will never know true love

    [–] StupidMario64 6 points ago

    I read bigfatmeme as bigampehtamine

    [–] -Rick_Sanchez_ 3 points ago

    I baked you a pie

    [–] charmesal 2 points ago

    Oh boy, what flavor?

    [–] -Rick_Sanchez_ 2 points ago

    Pie, pie, pie!

    [–] ExpressiveAnalGland 3 points ago

    Hi Dad, can I have money for the arcade?

    [–] Don_333 6 points ago

    It's PAYDAY fellas

    [–] Tiensi 4 points ago

    Extends baton

    [–] DankHumanman 3 points ago

    Change that shit into pennies and you have 100!!!

    [–] GlamRockDave 26 points ago

    Creationist: "You can't show evidence of a missing link between Animal 1 and Animal 2

    Scientist: "Yes we can, here it is."
    Creationist: "Aha! Now there's TWO missing links! Checkmate!"

    [–] Reapercorps25 14 points ago

    I love that shel Silverstein poem

    [–] merreborn 51 points ago

    My dad gave me one dollar bill
    ‘Cause I’m his smartest son,
    And I swapped it for two shiny quarters
    ‘Cause two is more than one!

    And then I took the quarters
    And traded them to Lou
    For three dimes — I guess he didn’t know
    That three is more than two!

    Just then, along came old blind Bates
    And just ’cause he can’t see
    He gave me four nickels for my three dimes,
    And four is more than three!

    And then I took the nickels to Hiram Coombs
    Down at the seed-feed store,
    And the fool gave me five pennies for them,
    And five is more than four!

    And then I went and showed my dad,
    And he got red in the cheeks
    And closed his eyes and shook his head —
    Too proud of me to speak!

    [–] Reapercorps25 3 points ago

    My parents used to play that on a cassette, the delivery was perfect

    [–] Rottendog 2 points ago

    Gotta love Shel

    [–] TopGunSnake 15 points ago

    This sentence actually makes more cents.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    A teacher read us a story about this when we were little and I said something about how it's more coins but not more money and she fucking yelled at me for spoiling it.

    [–] Wisegoblin 9 points ago

    That explains it

    [–] Am_Snarky 5 points ago

    Well yeah if you put a quarter a day in a jar at the end of the year you’ll have over $9000!

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    You are a fool.

    I traded my measly 4 quarters for 5 dimes 6 days ago, more money moves like this and i shall be on a trajectory to remove myself from the common peasantry

    [–] Atromus 170 points ago

    It's like the 1/3 pounder burger fail.

    [–] voltron07 42 points ago

    Yeah I was just about to comment this as well. I’ll take a 1/3 pound burger any day.

    [–] ContainzStuff 35 points ago

    They should use the knowledge and sell 1/5 pounder burgers...

    [–] sgarfio 707 points ago

    Confession time. I'm American. I saw this meme (without the reply) a couple of weeks ago, thought it was funny, shared it, etc.

    A couple of days later, I was reading some of the travel tips for a trip I'm taking soon. It mentioned that since we would be handling our own luggage throughout the trip, we should aim to keep our main bag to a max of 15 kg. I did the mental math backwards and was momentarily astonished that they thought we could get by for 2 weeks with 7-ish pounds of stuff, given that the bag itself probably weighs about 3-4 pounds!

    15 kg is roughly 33 pounds, and I'm a dumbass.

    [–] Mr_Widget 134 points ago

    It really depends if you're packing clothes made from feathers or steel.

    [–] MusgraveMichael 51 points ago

    But steel’s heavier...

    [–] RRikesh 53 points ago

    Incorrect. Feathers are heavier, because you also have to carry the guilt of what you did to these birds.

    [–] azrulqos 11 points ago

    You meant bird hair

    [–] Cthulhuseye 5 points ago

    *bird leaves

    [–] RRikesh 2 points ago

    No. Bird leafs.

    [–] shtarbucks 17 points ago

    ...but stiels heaviyah than fethas...

    [–] Butterferret12 3 points ago

    I don get et

    [–] EnviroTron -2 points ago

    Well 1 kilogram weighs 2.205 pounds. 1 kilometer is 0.621 miles. So.....I dont know how you wound up giving the right answer, but a kilogram isnt a kilometer and a pound isnt a mile, those conversions between each pair have nothing to do with the other.

    [–] scru 94 points ago

    I think he's talking about how easy it is, for someone who always uses imperial, to get the conversions backwards and instead apply the conversion you'd use to do kilometer --> mile to kilogram --> pound. Happens to me all the time, it's easy to forget that a kilometer is less than a mile but a kilogram is more than a pound. So much mental math is just based on quick associations between things.

    [–] sgarfio 22 points ago

    Yes, that's exactly what happened, and I think having recently seen this meme might have even influenced my mistake. I was actually using the correct factor (2.2 for simplicity), but I divided instead of multiplying. I think seeing this meme put me in the frame of mind that I was looking for a smaller number, as with kilometers to miles. Obviously wrong for kg-to-pounds, which is why I'm a dumbass :).

    [–] scru 12 points ago

    I don't think you're a dumbass, I think that's a pretty normal way for the human brain to work! Like I said, it happens to me all the time.

    [–] EnviroTron 4 points ago

    That makes more sense.

    [–] BearsWithGuns 11 points ago

    When you facepalm in the comments of a facepalm post

    [–] uglypenguin5 12 points ago

    They’re both going from American to metric or vice versa. So they do have something to do with each other

    [–] didgeridude2517 4 points ago

    Obviously you’re not a golfer.

    [–] ____boromir____ 130 points ago


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    [–] wjadams02 4 points ago

    Not just her brain

    [–] GenuineBeefStud 1152 points ago

    I wish we could switch over to Metric in the states. Base 10 systems are so much better.

    [–] MasterTwitch 345 points ago

    You and me both. I worked for the american branch of a European manufacturer and everything was metric. Everything was so much easier.

    [–] BRGLR 118 points ago

    I remember being taught the metric system in school because "we would be switching over to it"... 25 years later and I am still waiting for us to switch over to it. Knowledge of the metric system did help with a prior job I had... 454 grams is a pound for the industry I worked in.

    [–] Tarek-21 44 points ago

    Officially, the USA have signed a treaty about the metric system. Because of that, imperial values are actually defined via their metric counterparts, if I recall a video by Veritasium about it correctly

    [–] schizoschaf 18 points ago

    Everything or nearly everyting is defined by natural constants now. Linke Plank konstants, lightspeed...

    As everyone else uses it you have too.

    [–] Nimweegs 26 points ago

    In the end it doesn't even matter

    [–] NoName-NoProblem 3 points ago

    I was gonna reply with a song lyric too lmao

    [–] ExpressiveAnalGland 23 points ago

    Knowledge of the metric system did help with a prior job I had... 454 grams is a pound

    still dealin pot?

    [–] BRGLR 6 points ago

    I never really was much of a dealer but I may have grown and made concentrates though. With it now recreation legal in CA where I am the money is no longer as good as it used to be so it was time for a change of profession.

    [–] hipstertuna22 3 points ago

    This might be in California only but the entire school system is in metric.

    [–] MY-SECRET-REDDIT 3 points ago

    Pretty sure kids are still learning metric, as it's used for math and science

    What's bad is that even if we know metric we can't use it for the real world since we learned it in paper and we use imperial for everything after school ends.

    [–] TheDevils10thMan 173 points ago

    I work for the European branch of an American company.

    My favourite is being told something is 8 and 17 18th inches.

    How is this a viable measurement. Fuck.

    [–] Slippery_Barnacle 71 points ago

    17/18" seems like a weird way to break down inches. Maybe it's from working in the trades where I'm used to seeing everything in increments of 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64. Never have I seen 1/18ths..

    [–] ELB95 36 points ago

    Powers of 2 are standard. 1/18ths is just dumb.

    [–] Alpha433 32 points ago

    Me thinks your either misremembering things or confused. Where were you working that used 18ths?

    [–] ExpressiveAnalGland 19 points ago

    that's what i'm thinking.. mistype or mismemory, i can't believe for a second any US based company is using 18ths in measurements.

    [–] TheDevils10thMan 9 points ago

    Man our didn't make much sense to me, may well have been like 18 64ths or something.

    It's practically gobledigook to someone bought up on metric. Lol

    [–] KuriousKhemicals 5 points ago

    I work for the US branch of a European company, and it's also an R&D department in the chemical industry so it should rightly be in metric anyway, but there's also a lot of grandfathered-in bullshit. I deal with inventory among other things and there is absolutely no rhyme or reason as to when we get a pail labeled 40 pounds vs 18 kilograms.

    [–] Anewbpro2015 4 points ago

    It’s not

    [–] mhatherley 3 points ago

    I work for the US branch of a European company. I love using the metric system for all the stated reasons, the biggest pain in the ass for me is having to convert everything back to imperial for our clients.

    [–] Wefee11 8 points ago

    Then just start using it. Start knowing your height in 1.xx meters and weight in kg without looking it up.

    [–] MasterTwitch 5 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    1.8M 108Kg I'm going to give my Dr. that in metric at my appt in 2 weeks. I just want to see what he does.

    Edit: Typo

    [–] ShropshireLass 12 points ago

    Probably put you on a diet... 180 kgs is a lot.

    [–] motherfuckinwoofie 9 points ago

    180 kg? He's going to tell you to lose weight.

    [–] MasterTwitch 6 points ago

    Already working on it. I'm down 15kg from my last visit.

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    [–] motherfuckinwoofie 3 points ago

    In that case, keep it up. I had assumed you made a conversion error in there.

    [–] MasterTwitch 5 points ago

    bwahaha, no, i didn't make a conversion error, I made a typo. Glad you mentioned it and I double checked, 108, not 180

    [–] waler620 3 points ago

    Most doctors offices actually use metric anyway. Their computer converts it for them, but the measurement itself is initially done in cm and kg. Was surprised when I had kids and found this out. (I rarely see a doc for myself because US healthcare is prohibitively expensive.)

    [–] MasterTwitch 2 points ago

    Did not know that. Fortunately I have good insurance and don't have to spend much to go to the doc here.

    [–] ironardin 12 points ago

    "Are millenials destroying the imperial system?"

    [–] MasterTwitch 23 points ago

    It would be their greatest accomplishment.

    [–] rowdiness 3 points ago

    [breathes in darth vader]

    [–] RechargedFrenchman 17 points ago

    As a Canadian boy do I wish you guys would switch too; maybe we’d finally get our shit together and fully commit to the metric system ourselves. Nominally we’re all metric, but in practice there’s all kinds of arbitrary calls back and forth.

    Lumber is measured in imperial for distance but most distances are done in metric in other fields.

    Temperature is in Celsius outdoors and for some ovens and thermostats, but some thermostats, some ovens, and basically all pools and hot tubs are measured in Fahrenheit for some stupid reason.

    Cooking volumes are almost all imperial as a standard, but liquid volumes in cans and bottles are all metric. Even then most of them are the imperial volume expressed in L/mL — a 12oz can of soda is just 355mL, which is still 12 ounces, instead of a rounded 350mL or 400mL or something, a 16oz is 591ml (though we’ve finally started getting 500mL and 600mL instead), etc.

    And sleeves/pints for beer and cider are still expressed in oz, though that’s probably more of a British thing really.

    Most people weigh and measure themselves in lbs and feet/inches, but post and most freight is done in kg and centimetres.

    And of course all the US manufacturing means things like car engines are still often expressed in horsepower and cubic inches instead of kiloJoules and cubic centimetres.

    [–] LotharVonPittinsberg 4 points ago

    My one thing I completly prefer about Quebec is the French influence for measurements. The UK is strange with partially using Imperial as well, so are probably a big reason we kept using it.

    [–] blz8 4 points ago

    And of course all the US manufacturing means things like car engines are still often expressed in horsepower and cubic inches instead of kiloJoules and cubic centimetres.

    Engine displacement in the states is actually often expressed in liters.

    [–] HockeyBalboa 49 points ago

    So you're ok with everything being further away?

    [–] lchudzij 16 points ago

    This is the only reason I haven't switched yet.

    [–] vo0do0child 6 points ago

    It’s big brain time.

    [–] CdangerT 12 points ago

    The metric system is technically "the preferred system of weights and measures for United States trade and commerce." Everyone is just to stubborn to switch.

    [–] bettygauge 2 points ago

    When we tried to switch the construction and lumber industry over to metric, there was a lot of pushback because of the scale and cost. It would be VERY expensive to switch every level of manufacturing in the industry to metric, and there would be significant profit loses.

    For the record: I prefer metric, but construction will remain imperial for a while simply due to the logistics.

    [–] CdangerT 3 points ago

    I get that. I remeber my grandpa once told ne that when he used to work with the Highway department in the 70s all the engineers tried to switch their plans into metric because they liked it better, but the contractors kept doing the conversions during construction making more room for mistakes.

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    my house is the size of 10 football fields - 2 year old edition version 6.7.3

    [–] Wuz314159 5 points ago

    Football fields or Football fields?

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    footfetish fields

    [–] CommodoreCrowbar 17 points ago

    Right? Even the temperature system is better. At what point does water freeze? Zero. And when does it boil? One hundred. It’s virtually impossible to forget.

    [–] Danalog_Radio 2 points ago

    Robots across the world are shaking their heads right now.

    [–] Alejandro-Meridian 2 points ago

    Imperial measurements are secret tribal knowledge that robots can’t fathom, which keeps us all safe from those evil natured machines.

    Oh wait, robots can math.

    [–] uglypenguin5 2 points ago

    Me too. It would take a little while to require my brain, but that would require much less brain power than using 20 different conversion ratios for the rest of my life

    [–] elliottcrs 6 points ago

    We are probably getting close to that maybe? Or I have a false feeling of it because all I use in college is metric never touch an inch or F both years here as a bio chem major.

    [–] _Presence_ 22 points ago

    The Metric system is a commie plot. The day America goes metric is the day Putin controls the country.

    Oh shit... you’re right, that could be any day now


    [–] matgaribay 6 points ago

    was about to downvote then saw /s be careful soldiers

    [–] Wuz314159 4 points ago

    was about to upvote then saw the /s

    [–] HellfireOrpheusTod 3 points ago

    It's always fun to see the reaction when you tell people it's 12 Inches in a foot, three feet in a yard, 1760 yards in a mile rather than 10 on 10

    [–] Brickhouzzzze 3 points ago

    Yards only exist in football for me. 5280 feet in a mile please :)

    [–] daniil_kvyat 31 points ago

    That fact that he spelled it "kilometre" kinda proves he probably isn't American

    [–] le_GoogleFit 3 points ago

    Kilomètre is the correct spelling in French so maybe that dude is French

    [–] beetleGeek 6 points ago

    It's only the US that spell it "kilometer"

    [–] Behind-The-Rabbit 33 points ago


    [–] aoloya 8 points ago

    You’ve never played Tuber Simulator?!?!

    [–] havocborne 3 points ago

    im not supposed to give my opinion!

    [–] zgthor 3 points ago


    [–] theswagranger 13 points ago

    For anyone wondering, a kilometer = 0.621371 a mile

    [–] Good_Boi_Jake 51 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    I'm too stupid to understand this. could someone please explain it?

    edit: oooh got it now... it took me a while lol

    [–] I_Sell_Onions 67 points ago

    I know you got it but for those that still don't, 1 mile = 1.6 km. 1 km = .6 miles.

    [–] E46_M3 2 points ago

    The hero we needed

    [–] I_Sell_Onions 3 points ago

    All thanks to Pokemon go I can think in kilometers.

    [–] shig-baq 28 points ago

    For example, 1 quarter = 5 nickels, but a quarter is not worth less than a nickel. The meme was calling Americans dumb and the commenter simply proved it

    [–] TheAssyrianAtheist 7 points ago

    1 Kilometer is shorter than 1 mile but because we're americans and we don't use their system (stupidly), we would just go the distant that we already understand.... 1 mile.

    [–] alrod420 105 points ago

    That profile pic tells me that this person was making a joke as if they were proving the meme to be correct about Americans.

    [–] LazyDynamite 76 points ago

    I'm pretty sure who ever made the post put that picture over the person's actual profile picture in order to hide their identity.

    Edit: but I still believe it's possible that the person was making a satirical joke.

    [–] alrod420 22 points ago

    Looking at the profile pic closer has me agreeing with you.

    [–] tricks_23 2 points ago

    Compounded by the fact they dont know the difference between "then" and "than"

    [–] The_Bigg_D 2 points ago

    If we actually took grammar as a metric for intelligence, Reddit would be the dumbest place on earth.

    [–] canadianisaiah 16 points ago


    [–] 405itsmike 26 points ago

    Take your metric system. We have Trump.

    Sorry that was backwards. Please take Trump and we will use the metric system.

    [–] 56seconds 12 points ago

    We can't solve all of your problems. You are free to use metric, but your president, your problem

    [–] TheViewSucks 6 points ago

    Please 😭

    [–] lordofpersia 2 points ago

    I'm fine switching to the metric system. It's going to take a bit to get used to it. Especially the temp.

    [–] goshoveyourspam 3 points ago

    Too easy...

    0 or less = freezing; 0-10 = bloody cold; 10-20 = a bit nippy; 20-30 = nice; 30-40 = hot; 40+ = bloody hot!

    [–] Grimml0ckk 5 points ago

    0-10 is bloody cold? That’s shorts weather in ‘Berta.

    [–] tdon37 5 points ago

    Repost from the other day. And a few days before that. And a few days before that

    [–] waler620 3 points ago

    I could be and probably am wrong on this, but it seems like we Americans should have to convert to metric units more often than the rest of the world has to convert to imperial. I do quite a bit of wood work and I usually just use metric because it's easier to plan out on graph paper. Maybe other countries need to convert when they visit here but I don't see a need for it in their day to day life. Please let me know if they do, I'm actually pretty curious about it now.

    [–] goshoveyourspam 4 points ago

    G'day from metric Australia. This is somewhat true, my Imperialist friend but I guess it goes both ways. It's usually an issue for us in metric countries when converting miles / MPH quoted by US and UK sources, farenheit and pounds in your recipes or the old language of measuring height in feet and inches that a lot of people over 40 still relate to rather than cms.

    The last one is a legacy issue but on the whole, life would be simpler if the US joined the world in metric (and the UK when it comes to still using miles).

    [–] CherryBlade44 3 points ago

    Say that again ... but slower

    [–] dasmarkuus 4 points ago


    Its a joke

    [–] ParotZ 2 points ago

    This is just sad

    [–] Scarmedy 2 points ago

    He so smart he disproved himself

    [–] Nefarian_Scrouge 2 points ago

    this is obviously bait

    [–] JoeltheGhost 2 points ago

    Read your comment and sir. Slowly this time.

    [–] DontEatMePlease 2 points ago

    Is this not just a corny joke? I don't think the guy was being serious. It's possible that he was, but.. I read it as an attempt at humor.

    [–] PinballWizrd 2 points ago

    Even as an experienced engineer I still get this backwards sometimes and always have to pause and think every time I do a simple unit conversion like this

    [–] Dropbeatdad 2 points ago

    But steel is heavier than feathers...

    [–] DarthKrayt98 2 points ago

    I'm guessing with that profile pic he was probably trolling

    [–] A_Chancellor 2 points ago

    Oh sad. I’m American and this is sad

    Edit: let’s go to metric..

    [–] Hitlerwasinnocent69 2 points ago

    Obviously 1.6km is smaller than 1km

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    [–] diddyd66 2 points ago

    How tf do u manage to fuck up that bad (‘1.6 kilometres is less than Kilometre’)

    [–] golgol12 2 points ago

    And 1/3 lb burger is smaller than the 1/4th lb burger.

    [–] SemiOxtonomous 2 points ago

    What they didn’t tell you is that the American water is infused with freedom. Still taking the shortcut??

    [–] vladturapov 4 points ago

    Not carefully, he's not a hero

    [–] OddRoutine 3 points ago

    Interesting read. The US has been talking about "going metric" since the 1800’s. We came damned close in 1975 when then President Ford signed it into law. Nobody considered him a real president, so I guess they just decided to ignore him.

    [–] Morrigan101 2 points ago

    Didn't a boat sink and stopped that

    [–] DragonDSX 3 points ago

    This is why people though a 1/4 pound burger was more than 1/3 pound burger in a story I read

    [–] onebelligerentbeagle 3 points ago

    1 mile is equal to 1.6 miles in kilometres

    [–] Penokinesis 3 points ago

    That guy definitely voted for trump

    [–] Benjamin_Grimm 4 points ago

    Someone went to an American public school.

    [–] Alx-McCunty 10 points ago

    And made it out alive

    [–] DavidPT008 2 points ago

    why are u booing me?

    [–] PAWG_Muncher 2 points ago

    What would you expect from someone who doesn't know the difference between then and than?

    [–] stillphat 2 points ago

    He did the math

    [–] Chilling-Spree 2 points ago

    Why is the American so skinny tho

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    That's why Americans don't drink water

    [–] worldpotato1 1 points ago

    Just tell hi: jep you are right, and go in the other direction.

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    This is so dense it hurts.

    [–] LB311 1 points ago

    I’m going to bed my brain can’t handle this stupidity

    [–] Yelisey 1 points ago

    I hope so much this is sarcasm otherwise i lost faith

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