Beyond metric

Put a couple of geese between those people and they’d soon be 100 metres apart.

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Florida style

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Petrol tanker-sized, 42-tonne ‘fatberg’ found in Melbourne sewer

“Normally they’re not that big but I have heard of one in the UK that was the size of a double-decker bus.”

So fatbergs are clearly measured by commercial vehicles.

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Do we know how many Tiger King’s distance we are required to give? This should be the zeigeist measure.

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Someone has finally put a few in one place. This is the Rosetta Stone of new measurments.
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i wish there was a powerful owl between everyone at all times.

For the FOA isobakers, you know who you are and so do we thanks to Instagram

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Fifth of may be with you
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Revenge of the fifth?

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Or 1 IBM System 360
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1.8 swimming pools worth of beer tipped down the drain. Or 7.8 million pints

I thought it was units of lamingtons consumed after 100 repeats of Yarra St.

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Ha, that guy was mental https://gplama.blogspot.com/2010/12/yarra-st-boxing-day.html

I once did 5 repeats of Yarra St. No lamingtons were consumed. Clearly that’s where I went wrong.

ABC News confirms correct Australian volume measurements:

Are the Menindee Lakes going to fill?

The short answer is no.

The current inflows are expected to be around 600 gigalitres, well short of the 1,731-gigalitre capacity of the lakes.

(For those using the official Australian measurement, one Sydney Harbour is approximately 500 gigalitres.)

Thats a lot of gigalitres.

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