How much do you weigh on Mars?. . LIPID, Your Weight on Each fat Different gravity can weight on each planet. Yana_ nermal Yma’ d die before weighing yourself.
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How much do you weigh on Mars?

LIPID,
Your Weight on Each fat
Different gravity can weight on
each planet.
Yana_ nermal
Yma’ d die before
weighing yourself.
Ysm'. d die before-
Youd die Eon
E yourself.
Yett' d die before
weighing yourself.
Mme
You' d die before
But you?! be 'tight!
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#178 - DarkRyter (07/28/2013) [-]
It's pretty neato to tell fat people "you're how much I weigh on Jupiter".
User avatar #184 to #178 - threadz (08/09/2013) [-]
what do you mean by "on Jupiter"? You would be crushed and torn apart into various gasses long before reaching its small rocky core.
#148 - hentaisweetie (07/28/2013) [-]
Time to go to Pluto.
#131 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
Not a planet. screw you, yes it is.
#121 - jackjr **User deleted account** (07/27/2013) [-]
****** 'raycharlesreal' is funnier than this.
User avatar #116 - unncommon (07/27/2013) [-]
That's a lot of dead weight...

...I'm sorry.
#108 - raycharlesreal (07/27/2013) [-]
How's it going? I'm Ray Charles.
#103 - senglish (07/27/2013) [-]
hey whats going on with all this phanact buisenuis I was gone for a week
User avatar #123 to #103 - golemnardah (07/28/2013) [-]
You mean the filter that corrects fag to phanact?
User avatar #105 to #103 - sparkyoneonetwo (07/27/2013) [-]
People hate phanact even though he is a cool guy. That' the story pretty much.
User avatar #100 - popkornking (07/27/2013) [-]
Here's a counter to OP's unending phanactry, enjoy! You need to login to view this link
User avatar #154 to #100 - emptysuperman (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm shocked how low the sun's was. Was expecting it to be 10x that amount.
User avatar #104 to #100 - popkornking (07/27/2013) [-]
Hold on a second, testing: phanact
User avatar #106 to #104 - ilovemyguns (07/27/2013) [-]
Testing: fаggot
User avatar #180 to #106 - popkornking (07/28/2013) [-]
wat
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#109 to #96 - raycharlesreal (07/27/2013) [-]
Ray Charles thinks you a bitch ass ****** assed geeky ************ nerd boi
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User avatar #94 - raybongos (07/27/2013) [-]
What's going on?

I'm Ray Bongos.
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#79 - tobistrigoivii (07/27/2013) [-]
**tobistrigoivii rolled a random image posted in comment #4129101 at Items ** I sometimes worry that gravity will no longer affect me and I will drift up, up, up and get stuck in the rings of Saturn.
#73 - silverlance ONLINE (07/27/2013) [-]
Never understood how Pluto cant be considered a planet and yet Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, which are mostly gasious, can
User avatar #89 to #73 - threadz (07/27/2013) [-]
Is Pluto a planet?
TL;DW: It's because there are lots of other ice ball in the same region of space as Pluto, some bigger than Pluto. If we call Pluto a planet, we also have to call these other object planets, meaning we would have dozens of Planets in our system. Perhaps hundreds considering we keep finding more and more.
User avatar #75 to #73 - anomorphous (07/27/2013) [-]
because planets are two types. Gas giants, and terrestrial. Pluto is A. a ball of ice and carbon, basically a huge comet, and B. occupies the Kuiper belt, which means it's basically a large Keiper belt object
#87 to #75 - anonymous (07/27/2013) [-]
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart.
User avatar #90 to #87 - threadz (07/27/2013) [-]
What about all the other balls of ice in the same region that are equal or greater in size to Pluto? Are all of them planets too? Or just pluto, in which case, why are you being racist?
#132 to #90 - silverlance ONLINE (07/28/2013) [-]
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User avatar #61 - leglesslegolegolas (07/27/2013) [-]
Not true. On Mars it takes 90 seconds to die.
User avatar #59 - ixcarnifexxi (07/27/2013) [-]
Pluto will always be a planet to me...
#112 to #59 - wtfduud (07/27/2013) [-]
Pluto will always be a dog to me.
#80 to #59 - lolfire (07/27/2013) [-]
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User avatar #118 to #80 - hammarhead ONLINE (07/27/2013) [-]
what is that?
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User avatar #58 - umaya (07/27/2013) [-]
when will schools teach people about the other dwarf planets in our solar system, they need to be told about how to weigh themselves on those too.
User avatar #57 - nimba (07/27/2013) [-]
Nothing's worse than being aware that people say weight when they mean mass. It's the 21st century, people!
User avatar #97 to #57 - redrex ONLINE (07/27/2013) [-]
they did mean weight, if it was mass, it wouldn't change depending oh what planet you were on
User avatar #101 to #97 - nimba (07/27/2013) [-]
I wasn't talking about the content, I'm well aware of that.
User avatar #62 to #57 - leglesslegolegolas (07/27/2013) [-]
Pretty sure they still mean weight. Weight is the measure of gravitational pull on your body, which is the varying factor here.
User avatar #92 to #62 - threadz (07/27/2013) [-]
Mass and weight are different. Mass a measure that is independent of how strongly gravity is being exerted upon an object. Weight is dependent on how strong gravity is.
User avatar #64 to #62 - nimba (07/27/2013) [-]
In general, not in the content I mean.
#69 to #64 - refaim (07/27/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure it really meant weight. You don't describe mass with light.
User avatar #71 to #69 - nimba (07/27/2013) [-]
I don't understand what you mean
#72 to #71 - refaim (07/27/2013) [-]
I apologize. I thought you were saying the exact opposite of what you said. My bad.
User avatar #81 to #72 - nimba (07/27/2013) [-]
It's fine haha, I was just incredibly confused
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#56 to #52 - kuchikirukia (07/27/2013) [-]
Spacesuits can handle that temperature in a vacuum, which is a perfect conductive insulator (As there is literally nothing as a conductor.) You would quickly freeze to death if subjected to Uranus' atmosphere.
There's also the problem of atmospheric pressure.
#51 - anonymous (07/27/2013) [-]
On Uranus my weight would be 130.6 (in pounds)
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Uranus' temperature is from -155°C (-249F) to -218°C (-370F)
Spacesuits can handle temperatures from −153 °C (−243 °F) to 121 °C (250 °F)
Which means you could weigh yourself on other planets, like Uranus, as long as enough heat from the sun and radiation is there to keep you alive, you'd be able to stay on there for as long as 7 hours (1 hour for the ship to ships)
#63 to #51 - emiyashirou (07/27/2013) [-]
Your 'weight in pounds' would be exactly the same everywhere, as pounds measure mass. Your weight in Newtons, however, would differ.
#50 - anonymous (07/27/2013) [-]
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User avatar #53 to #50 - sacanawa (07/27/2013) [-]
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