The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat, Vol. 3 - Page 515

# Thread: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat, Vol. 3

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I hate Fahrenheit. Could never make any sense of it, never have. Why, America? Why in the world do you choose to stick with this inferior little load of slimy trash over all our metrics and kilos?

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Because converting all those things in a big country like the US costs a lot of money: money they don't have.

Though for degrees Kelvin would technically be the best one to use.

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Still not a better excuse than the one that goes on about 110 Volts and shit. The government's even issued out a respectful demand that kilograms and meters be used; the people just refused to do so.

(Though the money thing somewhat gains ground with the economy as horrid as it is at the moment)

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Originally Posted by Kenshi
I hate Fahrenheit. Could never make any sense of it, never have. Why, America? Why in the world do you choose to stick with this inferior little load of slimy trash over all our metrics and kilos?
Most Americans probably couldn't make sense of metric either.

Anyway I appear to have woken up insanely early with a nagging cough of some sort and a slight headache, yet will still be expected to show up to my classes today.

Guess I'm not doing anything for the weekend again.

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You can simply divide the metric number by two and a half and more or less arrive at a near enough number. The formula for obtaining Fahrenheit degrees is far too complicated, and would be too much for American brains should they have grown up actually in tune with the rest of the world. I lived there for ages, and even then could I only get used to pounds and miles (sort of). The ounces and cups and all that bullcrap can lead one to pluck all his hair off with the irregulararities that they dole out.

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I forget the formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius. But Mijzelfan's right, all of us should use Kelvin, it'd be easier. And it's the best one to use.

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Eh, Kelvin's far more similar to Celsius than it could ever be to Fahrenheit, anyway.

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You people know this feeling where you are absolutely jittery and can't stand in one place 'cause there's a ton of stuff coming up like parties and such and you just can't wait and you feel like your high on sugar and just want to at least have someone to talk and talk and talk and talk to to pass time or go out right now but you can't 'cause you have to wait?

Well, I have it now.

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You people know this feeling where you are absolutely jittery and can't stand in one place 'cause there's a ton of stuff coming up like parties and such and you just can't wait and you feel like your high on sugar and just want to at least have someone to talk and talk and talk and talk to to pass time or go out right now but you can't 'cause you have to wait?

Well, I have it now.
I think I myself never had that kind of feeling. Yet.

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You people know this feeling where you are absolutely jittery and can't stand in one place 'cause there's a ton of stuff coming up like parties and such and you just can't wait and you feel like your high on sugar and just want to at least have someone to talk and talk and talk and talk to to pass time or go out right now but you can't 'cause you have to wait?

Well, I have it now.
I love that feeling, ha. What have you got planned?

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You people know this feeling where you are absolutely jittery and can't stand in one place 'cause there's a ton of stuff coming up like parties and such and you just can't wait and you feel like your high on sugar and just want to at least have someone to talk and talk and talk and talk to to pass time or go out right now but you can't 'cause you have to wait?

Well, I have it now.
Not me, I don't like going out. I'm kind of a boring person.

12. ## Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat, Vol. 3

Originally Posted by Mijzelffan
Though for degrees Kelvin would technically be the best one to use.
Scientifically yes, not practically. For normal temperatures, it's most practical to use low values not to confuse people, something celsius does. After all, 0 degrees celsius = 273.15 K, that's not practical to use in everyday life, when temperatures are usually around -40-200 degrees celsius, and are centered around water, an easy way to compare temperatures.

But from a scientific point of view, I agree.

13. ## Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat, Vol. 3

You people know this feeling where you are absolutely jittery and can't stand in one place 'cause there's a ton of stuff coming up like parties and such and you just can't wait and you feel like your high on sugar and just want to at least have someone to talk and talk and talk and talk to to pass time or go out right now but you can't 'cause you have to wait?

Well, I have it now.
Just sounds either like a long as hell run-on sentence or some load of laxatives designed to put me to sleep, no offense.

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I hate staying in. Which is why I have to convince my freinds to go out and get drink + bitches for Halloween

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Nothing beats the smooze drinks and bitches out on the weekends!*

Note: I don't consider Halloween to be an official holiday. Any day you don't have off, is good as puddly ass Jynx piss.

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