Americans Will Use Anything But The Metric System

Americans Will Use Anything But The Metric System

In a world where the metric system is the universal language of measurement, there’s a small rebel faction that goes by the name… Americans. They will use literally anything but the metric system. How much does that car weigh? Oh, about 6,000 donuts. The Eiffel Tower? Oh, it’s roughly 13 dozens of pickup trucks tall. You get the idea. Scroll down to see the funniest examples of this phenomenon!

The “A” in America stands for “Anything but the metric system.”

Just use the metric system already.

Ah yes, Americans will use anything as a unit of measure so long as it's not the metric system

Ah yes. Washing machines. The universally accepted measurement for the volume of a sinkhole.

Anything but the metric system

I have huge new pills. *very ripe banana for scale

Make it make sense.

In case you're wondering what a "boulder the size of a large boulder" looks like. This.

Tonga volcano eruption can fill 58,000 Olympic-size swimming pools

Rest of the world: uses metric system Meanwhile in the US:

When did “half the size of a giraffe” become a unit of measurement?

It’s officially 5 Pacificos deep.

Two ducks.

A "relatively rare" sighting was discovered this week: A massive stingray nearly the length of Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end and Taylor Swift's rumored beau.

BREAKING: The two sauces long kitten is now 5 sauces long

An asteroid the size of about 69 American alligators will pass by Earth on Tuesday

wake up babe new american unit of measurement just dropped

When you gotta show your homie how big your air fryer is, to scale.

wake up babe new measurement unit dropped

Americans will literally use anything but the metric system.

Everyone else: *uses the metric system* America:

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