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#8 - rattleheadguy (04/19/2012) [-]
am i the only one bothered by this... same... ******* ... face...
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#176 to #10 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
Thousands of thumbs for that simple comment?
Gtfo you ******* thumbwhore

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#57 to #8 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
thanks for circling it. There were alot of faces in the picture and i was scared i wouldnt pick the right one out
#235 to #226 - dahahawgy (04/19/2012) [-]
He was eavesdropping...!
#26 - dragonzard (04/19/2012) [-]
#64 - unrealace (04/19/2012) [-]
You ever try to get on one of these while in the water without it tipping over a bunch of times? Same concept
#217 to #64 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
#212 - screwyouman (04/19/2012) [-]
My brain when
My brain when
#34 - itzhypnotize (04/19/2012) [-]
How I Met Your Mother is set in New York. They use Standard Measurement System. This conversation never happened. Lawyered.
#99 to #34 - ColCyclone (04/19/2012) [-]
Yeah, it was a comment on a previous post.
The picture of the outlined door and the two kids laying down with enough room on it.

OP is a cunt.
#43 to #34 - iamphoenix (04/19/2012) [-]
Sure, but people do physics in metric.
User avatar #35 to #34 - xanaga (04/19/2012) [-]
America uses metric as well. I dont see how people dont get this yet. We are taught both. They are slowly weeding out the standard system.
#209 to #35 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
"They are slowly weeding out the standard system" That sentence made me weep and think there is still hope for humanity.
User avatar #219 to #209 - xanaga (04/19/2012) [-]
They have been doing it since before i was a kid. It seems the only ones who dont know it are euopeans. Its just blind ignorance. I mean, why would it even matter?

The standard system was based off of basic measurements people could do in everyday life without have a tool. Such a foot. or an inch being the length of the first nuckle on your pointer finger.And in all honesty, its pretty useful. I dont see why people get so butthurt about it.

User avatar #228 to #219 - wiredguy (04/19/2012) [-]
I think everyone should learn to use metric and kelvin, just because in the modern world everyone should know basic science, which runs off of the metric system, not standard.

I'm from England, and here we use this horrible hybrid of the two, metric and standard. I use miles, mph, and weight in stones. But I also use kg, meters and always use celsius. It sucks. I'm trying personally to only use metric as of late, but it makes it hard explaining things to other people who don't.

Kelvin is also better than celsius, but I don't even try using that since most people don't even know what it is. It's where 0 degrees is absolute zero, no energy, as opposed to just below the triple point of water as it is in celsius.
#265 to #228 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
I'm from the US too. We're taught kelvin and metric because we need to use it for science.
#267 to #265 - wiredguy (04/19/2012) [-]
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I know, it's what we use in schools as well, but most people just refuse to use it the rest of the time as they have grown up around their parents using the standard system.
My parents even use Fahrenheit, ****** ****** up yo.
User avatar #234 to #228 - xanaga (04/19/2012) [-]
I completely agree. actually, im trying to use metric more and more on a daily basis but it makes ordering things and explaining people things so much harder. Even when im not in america. I was surprised at the number of people in countries other than america that use the standard system.
#238 to #234 - wiredguy (04/19/2012) [-]
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It's the only thing I like about French people, nationally, they only use metric XD
User avatar #239 to #238 - xanaga (04/19/2012) [-]
Im a huge fan of escargot, not gonna lie
#242 to #239 - wiredguy (04/19/2012) [-]
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Never tried it, though I won't knock it without trying it first.
#173 - hunterwhu (04/19/2012) [-]
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#21 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
that's not taking into account that they would have been soaked through so there masses would have increased substantially, the estimates of the cross sectional area and density of the wood are just estimates and potentially false, and that solution would require even distribution of their masses across the wood, as shifting their mass to the edges of it could cause it to tip over
#278 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
The door was made out of mahogany which is far denser than oak. This would likely cause the door to sink even if that bitch had moved over.
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#86 - mmajunkie (04/19/2012) [-]
I saw the comment this was taken from, earlier today
User avatar #65 - sauceome (04/19/2012) [-]
If you ever watched the ******* scene, you can clearly see that they both tried to fit on and the raft started to go under

User avatar #76 to #65 - jjamesgordon (04/19/2012) [-]
Except it didn't start to go under. It turned over. Just sayin'.
#73 to #65 - BadManTaliban (04/19/2012) [-]
buuuuut. its a movie and he just used math to "mythbust" that 			****		.
buuuuut. its a movie and he just used math to "mythbust" that **** .
User avatar #74 to #73 - theexo (04/19/2012) [-]
............i can't stop watching this gif for some reason
User avatar #81 to #77 - theexo (04/19/2012) [-]
that's so raven
#225 - heathz (04/19/2012) [-]
**heathz rolled a random image posted in comment #24 at RD is best pony ** what the hell is that door made of
#47 - akneegrow (04/19/2012) [-]
Kilograms? Meters?
Maybe if Robin was the one talking, but Marshall would definitely be using pounds and feet.
Especially considering how many times they make fun of Robin for being Canadian.
#48 to #47 - austenlicky ONLINE (04/19/2012) [-]
Im American and I know the standard system of measurement is ******* retarded. do you know how it even came to be? Marshall is to smart to use such a dumb system as the standard system.

#84 to #48 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
how is the standard system retarded? meters, kilograms, moles, and seconds make an ass load more amount of sense than pounds and such.
User avatar #52 to #48 - draycora (04/19/2012) [-]
I think akneegrow is actually saying that OP used the metric system, not Marshall.
User avatar #53 to #52 - akneegrow (04/19/2012) [-]
You are correct. I actually hate the standard system, I'm just saying that in HIMYM they constantly make fun of Robin for using Metric.
User avatar #56 to #53 - draycora (04/19/2012) [-]
I'm glad I'm Australian and I never even had an option to learn imperial. It just looks retarded.
#60 to #47 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
It's called the international measure system and it's used worldwide to study physics independently of what dumb regional system you use privately. If it wasn't, scientists in Canada (p.e) would have to decypher how fast is 10 potatos/sunrise^2. Marshall is using it because he's using physics, not just talking out of his ass.
#215 to #60 - anon (04/19/2012) [-]
In my university "Are you a wizard", "1 potatos/sunrise^2" is actually pretty standard measure and can be used in any scientific field.
#268 - dolankiin (04/19/2012) [-]
**dolankiin rolls 88,526,490**
User avatar #245 - bamboodew (04/19/2012) [-]
237kg doors?... f*ck I wouldn't want to be the guy in charge of mounting those doors when making the boat.
User avatar #42 - thedavester (04/19/2012) [-]
I love Lily's face in all of these
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