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Tamzine 1 year ago
#1 - Q'Bert!
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Edmund 1 year ago
#12. You all know that meter is a measuring device, hey ? As in speed-o-meter, or electricity meter. Whereas the distance, one thousand millimetres, is called a metre. Don't believe me ? Look it up.
Happy that you USA people are moving on from measuring things based on an English king's foot (lol) but try and use the right words with metric.
And kilogram is NOT spelt killergram.
       
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Steph 1 year ago
Edmund,
The point is all the people in the group in the red circle with no distance, not the meter and a half between the two on the left.
       
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ZombieDarwin 1 year ago
Steph,

Nobody ever accused Euroweenies of being the sharpest tools in the shed.
       
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Elaine 1 year ago
Edmund,

Also since the used language in that picture is german, meter is the correct pronounciation for both cases (devices and unit).
       
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Valerie 1 year ago
Edmund,

does it hurt to be so dumb?
       
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Cecilia 1 year ago
Edmund,

You nailed it - almost. That's Germany and in Germany a Meter is the distance, a speed-o-meter would be a Tachometer, an electricity meter a Stromzähler, a water meter a Wasseruhr, a illuminometer a Beleuchtungsmesser and finally a meter would be a Zollstock. I hope this helps.
       
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Karon 1 year ago
#28 Perhaps they asked for some tealights?
       
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