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#12 - furryerection
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(10/16/2013) [-]
kg? is that like a foot or a gallon?
#315 to #12 - dagreatmax
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(10/17/2013) [-]
#258 to #12 - klink
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#224 to #12 - ningyoaijin
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(10/17/2013) [-]
lol americans
lol americans
#205 to #12 - infinitezero
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(10/17/2013) [-]
Kilo is a unit prefix that translates to 1,000, or 10^3. Gram is a unit of mass.

#190 to #12 - lordmoldywart
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(10/17/2013) [-]
A kg is a weight measurement
#120 to #12 - anon
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(10/17/2013) [-]
Is it "let's make fun of the superior metric system'-day again? Already?
#56 to #12 - hepennypacker
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(10/17/2013) [-]
SI units are as follows:
Length: Metres
Volume: Litres
Mass: Kilograms
Time: Seconds
Temperature: Kelvin
#261 to #56 - klink
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(10/17/2013) [-]
You use cubic liters when measuring smaller stuff, like the volume of a backpack or a suitcase (I have a normal sized bag that measures 60 liters, it says so on the bag) But when measuring, say, the volume of a landslide, you would say 2,9 million cubic meters, and 1 cubic meter is 1000 liters, and 1 liter is 1 kilo. So 1 cubic meter of water is 1 ton. Metric, **** yeah!
#231 to #56 - summerizer
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(10/17/2013) [-]
Actually litres are a non-SI unit mentioned in SI.
#37 to #12 - anon
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(10/17/2013) [-]
It's like neither you ******* idiot. That's why it has a different name
#13 to #12 - wallsbad
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(10/16/2013) [-]
three feet make a kilogram
#314 to #13 - ghettoham
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(10/17/2013) [-]
2 gallons to the pound.
#262 to #13 - klink
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(10/17/2013) [-]
15,94 Cubic hectoliters in an inch.
#232 to #13 - lasmamoe
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(10/17/2013) [-]
Nonsense.. 4.67 kilograms is 2 fahrenheit
#178 to #13 - jibb
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(10/17/2013) [-]
two liters make a yard
#166 to #13 - psykobear ONLINE
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(10/17/2013) [-]
And 4.67 kilograms is a mile.
#163 to #13 - slias
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(10/17/2013) [-]
Those are some tiny ******* feet.
#75 to #13 - hairysmellyanus
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(10/17/2013) [-]
It's called a kiloliter.
#40 to #13 - herculespower
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(10/17/2013) [-]
makes sense