Cubic centimetres, aka millilitres. But saying "CCs" sounds cooler for some reason

Occurred to me earlier that there's no need for a metric equivalent of "fluid ounces" as a measure because it's just built into the system. A fluid kilogram is just a litre, the end

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@a_breakin_glass close enough for kitchen measurements which is what "fluid ounces" tend to be used for anyway

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