True. . END OF AUTUMN.... Only in america.. they use fahrenheit.


What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
User avatar #6 - cinematicbrix (03/04/2012) [-]
I just checked, and 45° Fahrenheit is about 7.2° celsius.

I mean WUT. I keep on shorts and T-shirt until it get's about 0° celsius. Is this only in Finland, or?
User avatar #85 to #6 - crampers (03/04/2012) [-]
Ahh one too who does not care about the temperature, shorts are also way more comfier.
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#149 - gmanjohn ONLINE (03/04/2012) [-]
I live in texas...

What is this
User avatar #165 to #149 - ferrettamer (03/05/2012) [-]
I live in Canada. What is this?
#152 to #149 - thexxtalonxx (03/04/2012) [-]
LoL me too, ******* don't know 'bout our global warming
User avatar #153 to #149 - azusa (03/04/2012) [-]
It's 10x worse in the summer, Christ.
#130 - lolzordz (03/04/2012) [-]
meanwhile, in england..
#143 - themanwithnoplan (03/04/2012) [-]
It's been abnormally warm this year...
User avatar #14 - disdik (03/04/2012) [-]
Texas: End of winter 90 degrees

End of summer 100 degrees...
#86 to #14 - sketchE (03/04/2012) [-]
just going to leave this here
#29 to #14 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
Texas got winter this year? News to a DFWbro.
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#20 to #14 - quizzical (03/04/2012) [-]
DFW bro here, I feel your pain
#148 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
I'm Canadian, bitch
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#132 - Digitalphear (03/04/2012) [-]
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>live in chicago
>crazy winters
>first day of somewhat nice weather, around mid 40's
>everyone is wearing shorts and saying what a beautiful day it is

I don't understand us Chicagoans

User avatar #164 to #132 - idonthavemoney (03/05/2012) [-]
**** yeah Chicago!
User avatar #139 to #132 - buttsecksyousay (03/04/2012) [-]
i live in chicago too
#160 to #139 - Digitalphear (03/05/2012) [-]
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Yes. Chicago is amazing.
#3 - trashboy (03/04/2012) [-]
Only in america.. they use ******* fahrenheit.
User avatar #82 to #3 - crampers (03/04/2012) [-]
I agree Kelvin is the way to go! **** yeah Kelvin
#88 to #3 - imafaganon (03/04/2012) [-]
Congrats on the butthurt America thread
#105 to #3 - kevrain (03/04/2012) [-]
Not going to lie, fahrenheit's probably the better way to tell temperature, if only because the difference between a degree is smaller, allowing for a more accurate description of the temperature. That being said fahrenheit is still weird
#15 to #3 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
If there were enough intelligent people in the USA we would change....sadly nothin' but dumbasses over here... :(
User avatar #4 to #3 - nintendolover (03/04/2012) [-]
fahrenheit can be fairly useful when calculating extreme temperatures. But I never really understood why Americans decided to use fahrenheit in daily life.
User avatar #11 to #4 - dementedllama (03/04/2012) [-]
Because its difficult to grasp the idea of "15 or 20 degrees" being "warm" after using Fahrenheit for so long. And now the measurement systems used here in America are so embedded in our culture, it's nearly impossible to change it, and useless to try.
#19 to #11 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
I don't think that's true. Canada only switched to metric somewhere near the mid 70's wasn't it? It had a bit of trouble catching on at first but now I know lot's of people who don't even know how much a gallon is or what the Fahrenheit boiling temperature of water is.
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User avatar #23 to #19 - dementedllama (03/04/2012) [-]
America tried it too, didn't catch on. I don't see what the big deal is anyway. I'm sorry we're culturally different?
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#27 to #19 - trashboy (03/04/2012) [-]
Neither do i, but who cares when so few countries left in the world know. Again, no offense.
#21 to #11 - trashboy (03/04/2012) [-]
Complete ******** you're talking mister lurker. But I like your reply though.
'Because its difficult to grasp the idea of "15 or 20 degrees" being "warm" after using Fahrenheit for so long.'
That's what you said. What it sounded like was something like this: 'I'm an americunt and i don't like to change what i already know. nag nag nag. I'm just too lazy to keep up with the world and their ways of doing things like using Celcius degrees instead of Fahrenheit and the meter instead of a foot.'

The metric system is an international decimalised system of measurement that was originally based on the mètre des archives and the kilogramme des archives introduced by France in 1799. Over the years the definitions of the metre and kilogram have been refined and the metric system extended to incorporate many more units. Although a number of variants of the metric system emerged in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the term is now often used as a synonym for the "International System of Units" - the official system of measurement in almost every country in the world. -Wikipedia, metric system

Since you're such a 'big, powerful, best nation in the world' country, wouldn't it be wise to follow the rest of the world for a time?

Obviously no offense of course.
Inb4 ********* .
#43 to #21 - thephantur (03/04/2012) [-]
>Implying most of us don't know the metric system.
>Implying our scientific community doesn't utilize the metric system.
>Implying our schools don't teach us the metric system.

If you don't understand our culture, don't rag on it. Our public schools do teach us the metric system. Most of us know how to use both minus the usage of Celsius. Doesn't mean all of us don't. Many of us still do know how to use Celsius as well as Fahrenheit.

Our scientific community ONLY uses the metric system. What's so difficult to grasp about us using a different system for our day to day uses? The important matters, we use metric system so everyone can understand. AKA, our science and math communities.

Has anyone ever ******* told you that our measuring system was superior? **** no. We're comfortable with it and see no reason to change. Doesn't mean it's better, in many cases it's worse. But we still know how to use the universally understood measurements, just not for general public usage.

Your last point shows your ignorance. Follow the rest of the world? First off. Most cultures, nowadays, do follow mainstream culture. But, each culture is a bit different. That's just hypocritical saying one country isn't following the rest of the world for a few small infringements when every country is the same in that regard. We all have differences.

"Obviously no offense of course". Know what's funny? Idiots who write that usually mean to give offense. "Oh you're such a dick, no offense". It is a futile and juvenile attempt to steer blame and anger away from one. Either that, or the person is attempting to troll.

Either way, you're filled with ******** . You call a country out for something they do differently even though, when it matters, they still do things "the right way".

If you still don't understand: WE, as in the United States of America, DO use the metric system.

Take your superiority complex elsewhere.
User avatar #45 to #21 - sirdoctormario (03/04/2012) [-]
I don't know if you meant to do this but i'm not even American and i feel greatly offended by what you just said Americans aren't ******* lazy they have been using this system for a long time. And you can make a similar argument against the tradition the British use in court to wear powdered wigs. Don't be an intolerant **** .
#5 to #4 - trashboy (03/04/2012) [-]
One simple answer my friend, one simple answer. They are American. Everything has to go THEIR way. THERE, i spelled that **** correct.
User avatar #33 to #5 - thephantur (03/04/2012) [-]
Sorry we're culturally different.

Ignorant twat.
User avatar #114 to #33 - ost (03/04/2012) [-]
A system for measuring temperature is so important for your culture? 'Merica.
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User avatar #63 to #5 - salmonofdoubt (03/04/2012) [-]
You think we don't want to change it? I live in California and I think the Fahrenheit system is **** . We never use it in schools because it's so random. It's not like we can suddenly just decide to change the standard temperature system as a country because the average citizen has no say in the matter and politicians/scientists are too busy to care about something like this.
#173 to #5 - anon (03/05/2012) [-]
you know you could have used "they're" instead of "they are" before "american" to enforce your point more
User avatar #181 to #4 - jubnik (03/05/2012) [-]
fahrenheit is actually better than celcius in everyday life because say a weatherman is doing his report. The range of tempratures he is going to say in fahrenheit is about 0 to 105 in most of america. but if he was using celisus he would say anywhere between -15 to 40. this means that fahrenheit is not only more acurate due to the increase in numbers available but also it doesnt use negative numbers
#115 - funkmasterflex (03/04/2012) [-]
>Completely funny and true comic
>Focus on the fact that it's in Fahrenheit not Celsius
>Constant complaining about how America doesn't accept other cultures
>Bash America for not using the same systems of measurement as Europe

User avatar #94 - dawgfan (03/04/2012) [-]
Live in Georgia and we just had ******* tornadoes in March
Da **** ?
#107 to #81 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
50 degrees last week, snowing right now. Silly wisconsin.
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#179 - daveyiscool (03/05/2012) [-]
**daveyiscool rolls 33**   
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User avatar #13 - woodenalligator (03/04/2012) [-]
I wear shorts and Tshirt all year around.
#37 - superjewcer (03/04/2012) [-]
Ever been to Michigan? **** will rain, snow, be hot, and freezing within two days.
User avatar #38 to #37 - wizardman (03/04/2012) [-]
u live in michigan? i live in michigan **** ******* sucks
#40 to #38 - superjewcer (03/04/2012) [-]
Yeah I know. It was just really warm for like a week and now we have a ******* ton of snow. I live near Grand Rapids.
User avatar #42 to #40 - wizardman (03/04/2012) [-]
**** man i live in barry county so i'm kinda close to grand rapids. And ya its ******* 50 all week so no snowdays or anything and then tons of snow. God must hate us
User avatar #39 to #37 - ssjkirby (03/04/2012) [-]
I live in Ohio and the same **** happens here
User avatar #41 to #37 - kimkve (03/04/2012) [-]
in norway we got that in one day... if we are "lucky" whitin 3 hours :-/
User avatar #46 to #37 - thatscrewedupkid (03/04/2012) [-]
wisconsin too bro
#48 to #46 - superjewcer (03/04/2012) [-]
I think it's because of the great lakes. Stupid great lakes. I still love them though.
#84 to #37 - mydiscobiscuts (03/04/2012) [-]
Michigan weather is all ****** up
User avatar #49 to #37 - anonslayer (03/04/2012) [-]
WInter in miCHIGAN sucked this year
#50 to #49 - superjewcer (03/04/2012) [-]
I ******* know. So damn cold.
#87 to #37 - biblioklept (03/04/2012) [-]
I feel you bro. Really ******* cold and no snow, meaning no snow days.
#35 - asgerfh (03/04/2012) [-]
Sorry to inform you, it's a repost (if you knew it was, pic is related)
#75 - tapstertwenty (03/04/2012) [-]
In the civilized world we use degrees Celsius.
User avatar #28 - vwanyama (03/04/2012) [-]
In Scotland we wear t-shirts at -15
#26 - britdude (03/04/2012) [-]

You said autumn, a non-american term, then used Farenheit, an EXCLUSIVELY american term.

#32 to #26 - superjewcer (03/04/2012) [-]
We say autumn in America...
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