Some Wombies find metric pretty confusing.
LOL that’s a really
blunt answer Winky
Well it was easier than converting to metric!
Yes you’re right,
Anyway it’s Friday
and the weekend
next so I think
we should have
a wine gum eating
Okay, okay, you win,
we can have some
pancakes too ☺
That sounds like a yummy idea! As long as we don’t have to do any metric counting!
No, we just have to eat
them before everyone else
gets here 😆
I’m really good at that!
Yes I noticed :0) lol
I could use some more practice, though!
Where is Binky with the Answers?! 😉
I should’ve asked Binky!
I think that would be about 50.8 cm. That SOUNDS a lot taller than 20 inches, doesn’t it?
I like that a lot better! It makes me taller!
Have a fabulous day. ☺
One day I’ll be taller than Winky!
Stick with imperial Fraz. In metric you’re only half a metre
I’m only half a Fraz??
Yeah. Short anyway you measure it.
I shoulda stood on my tippy toes!
Any way you measure it… it’s less than two feet. 🙁
But I have two feet!
“Short” and sweet answer is good enough, Winky!
I think Fraz might’ve liked a sweet answer better, though!
Haha, sounds like a joke my husband would come up with! 😉 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
Your husband sounds like a smart guy!
Ha! I read that as 2 inches. I thought the creator, Peter, may have made those guys a little too short.
It’s be kinda cool to be 2 inches tall like a little mouse!
But, it is FIFTY centimeters!
I like that a lot better!
Ah..the metric system..followed by mostly (I want to say everyone..but I’m not too sure) everyone except the Americans (North Americans? Not sure), because they have got to be different! hehe. the height and weight is not too bad. I get completely lost with the temperature..so now every time my friends from the US talk about 20 being freezing or something..I just shush..lol.
I’m pretty sure only the American still use the Imperial system, which is kind of ironic since the British switched over to the Metric system ages ago. Canada uses the Metric system, but there are still a lot of people who prefer pounds and inches. Fresh fruits and vegetables are often still priced in both metric and Imperial.
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