# do you think if Americans switched from lbs to kg they would get even fatter because they'd be happy that the number got smaller?

do you think if Americans switched from lbs to kg they would get even fatter because they'd be happy that the number got smaller?

1. 1 month ago
Anonymous

damn only reason people know the metric system here is because of drugs and guns

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

>only reason people know the metric system here is because of drugs and guns
Don't they also use gr and mg to provide the nutritional value on drinks and food? And doses in ml when getting meds

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

If anyone in America read that shit we wouldn't be the fat meme.

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

i know the metric system because i did drugs and sold them in middle school i did drug a teacher with lsd

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

Thats the thing that confused me most in US movies.
>we need to go to that other city. The distance is 120 wheelbarrow ounce pounds
>we need fuel for that. We need at least 18 knuckle gallon peanuts
>we need to buy drugs. We need 12 kg of coke and 20 gr of weed

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

i sadly learned the metric system because of drugs and spanish and portugese the same way

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

metric is the easiest thing there is. No strange conversions with units behind the comma. Can you count till ten? Can you divide by ten? Bravo, you know metric

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

no it's all ounces and other forms of retardation

2. 1 month ago
Anonymous

I don't think most Americans especially the morbidly obese ones even know how much they weigh

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

>onley darn thang I cares abeut is ma gun and ma FREEDOM, don't be throwin those WOKE numbers at me

3. 1 month ago
Anonymous

Why is it kg, and not g?
>I weigh 80 000 g

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

Holy shit that'd be amazing

4. 1 month ago
Anonymous

they are retarded enough to correlate 100kg=100% fat, so they would starve themselves

5. 1 month ago
Anonymous

This would probably happen.

Remember, Americans are the ones who didn't buy A&W's 1/3rd pounder because they thought it was smaller than McDonald's quarter pounder. Because 3 is a smaller number than 4. The 1/3rd pounder ultimately failed because no one would buy such a small burger.

• 1 month ago
Anonymous

This is hilarious because every burger mechanic or craftsman I've talked to online swears by the imperial system because fractions of inches are much easier to use and work with hands-on or something. You aren't going to eyeball remotely accurate past a 1/4 anyway, at that point you are getting some sort of measuring device out and the justification falls apart.

6. 1 month ago
Anonymous

Shit, probably

7. 1 month ago
Anonymous

There's 330 million people in the US. We invented fast food so, yeah, there's gonna be some fat fucks. We mog everyone in sports so I'm fine with that.