americans are asleep. make posts with reasonable date formats and units of measurement
@liam Do it quietly though, they can smell the use of Celsius up to 10000km away.
@liam all I want for 25/12/2018 is grams, kilometres, and Celsius.
@liam it's 12/09/2018 and I'm 175cm
@ckeen *downs 125 ml of coffee*
@liam hope all of you have a nice 1536710400 today!
@liam today is MIÉRCOLES!!!
@liam You can't fool us, your units are just as arbitrary! 1/10000000th of the distance from the equator to the north pole running through Paris? 🤨
(seriously, it's not the basic units that make the metric system better, it's the fact that all relationships between them are regular, based on the powers of 10. And even the choice of 10 is somewhat arbitrary, the important bit is powers of N.))
@liam we're not asleep right now but please keep doing so
@liam But won't they get up in 300 millidays?
@liam like, kilometers? With all them Brits around awake and watching?
@isagalaev As a Brit, yes please! I make a point of measuring in kilometers for my cycling and walking
@gbrnt I was wondering what measurements people actually use in UK? As far as I understand, it's already kilograms and litres in the kitchen, but still miles on the road?
@isagalaev metric except for miles on the road, feet for height, stones for weight, sometimes English cups in the kitchen.
I try to stick to metric for all that too though.
@gbrnt stones for weight!! I didn't expect that at all :-)
@isagalaev By "stones for weight" I mean weight of a person, same for height.
@gbrnt no, I mean, I know it's a unit of measurement, but I haven't seen or heard it anywhere besides fantasy literature, so I'm surprised it's actually being used.
@isagalaev I was just clarifying that I didn't mean the weight of objects :)
@liam As an American I support this post. 😂
@liam Some of us never sleeeeeep.
@liam Joke’s on you. Some of us are early risers and use the metric system.
@liam i sure do love to be alive on 03/11/2018, drinking 350ml of good british tea, which i have poured from my electric kettle
@liam 2018-11-04 and 10 degrees Celsius!
@liam haha. You mean metric, Celsius and dd/mm/yyyy ?
Some of us are very awake. And in more ways than one.