Last edited by Tearor; 2012-02-10 at 11:25 AM.
No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.
Friend just posted this image on facebook. The last picture on it was posted here before but I don't think the other two were.
Hardly the rest of the world. Imperial measurements are used across the world, mostly in English-speaking Commonwealth countries, but also parts of Africa and the Arab world. Confusingly, some imperial systems differ to others. Although many countries switched to metric in the 1960s/70s (?), many of them still use imperial measurements in certain fields, and have refused to adopt international standards. There is good reason why Imperial units were first defined and why they spread across the world, just as there is good reason why Metrification happened. Also, it's not metric, it's SI. How out of date are you
About the dates, the most logicial way to express a date would be largest to smallest, ie 2012/02/10, but people who embrace metric don't seem to think that the same logic should apply to dates.
Last edited by Hoddie; 2012-02-10 at 10:33 AM.
Dragonslayer Hoddie - pretending to know what I'm doing!
Last edited by Jhoff; 2012-02-10 at 10:38 AM.
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+15 °C, Spanish wear caps, gloves and winter coats, Finns are sunbathing.
+10 °C, French desperately try to get their central heating on. Finns plant flowers.
+5 °C, Italian cars won't start. Finns drive with convertibles.
0 °C, Pure water freezes. Water in river Vantaa thickens a bit.
−5 °C, First people are found frozen in California. Finnish midsummer festival ends.
−10 °C, Scottish turn the heat on in their houses. Finns start to use long-sleeve shirts.
−15 °C, Germans have engineered their weather, all is working as it should.
−20 °C, Swedes stay indoors. Finns are having last barbeque before winter.
−30 °C, Half of the Greek people have frozen to death. Finns start to dry their laundry indoors.
−50 °C, Polar bears evacuate North Pole. Finnish army starts it's winter training.
−70 °C, Siberian people are moving to Moscow. Finns are furious since the Koskenkorva booze can't be stored outdoors anymore.
−273 °C, Absolute zero. Finns admit that it is quite cold outside.
−300 °C, Hell freezes over. Finland wins the football World Cup.
Hmm it's -8°C outside, might have to start searching for my long-sleeved shirt.