Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Donutmindme, Feb 10, 2019.
You forgot R = Rankine which is the imperial version of Kelvin
But that would ruin the KFC~
Kelvin Farenheit Celsius: the fast food of the temperature world.
Honestly that sounds like such an awesome name.
Kelvin Fahrenheit Celsius.
Hi, these are my 3 kids, kelvin, farenheit, and celsius.
They are currently running a chain store that sells thermometers and other types of heat measurement devices.
As you guess it, the name of the chain store is KelFaCel, or KFC as regulars like to call it.
Unfortunately, it has lead to KFC the fast food chain sueing them for copyright infringement of the brand name.
I guess it was my fault, having been in the army, naturally i ingrained into them the importance of senority and strict chain of command...
Celcius for sure. Can't understand Fahrenheit. For tits size, it depends on how beautiful they are. Waiwai's tits are F cups, but Ai-chan is starting to wonder if her tits are shrinking due to her time at the gym.
Celcius please. It sounds standard. Freezing at 0 degrees and below and boiling at 100 degrees and above... Easy to remember...
I think a repeat is a good idea if you find a toxic prof leading the class
Yeah they just had a lot of free time in their hands
It's possible tho. I mean they're a lump of fat protecting the milk seeds (?) sacks(?) idk the term. Fml its morning n I'm high af
Great Britain before metric: Imperial
United States: US units
Rest of the world: A combination of US units, metric, and the Gregorian Calendar
Explanation: US units and Imperial use the same names for units, but the exact value of the unit would be different. (i.e. an Imperial pound could be heavier than the US pound)
The rest of the world does not use metric alone. People measure years in days, not kiloseconds. Speed limits are kilometers per hour, not meters per second. Canada measures people's height in feet and inches.
Thanks I never knew that. Well, I knew both the US units and imperial were different.
I personally prefer Celsius just because I have no clue what the numbers mean in Farenheit.
I still remember the conversion formula from my HS days though, so I can convert F to C without too much trouble, but it's a bit of a hassle... >.>
As a man of culture, i do not discriminate breast sizes for i....
Easy to understand and 'standard'
Freezing at 0, Boiling at 100
Kelvin > Celsius. Fahrenheit shouldnt even exist in the first place.
Oh hello there princess.
Separate names with a comma.