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Old 09-17-2012, 12:17 PM   #21
 
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Ya I saw some pictures of adults and they look beautiful. Also... for a fellow Canadian way to mix up the colour with color

I also do the date month/day/year. Very unCanadian of me.
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:23 PM   #22
 
I do that to because we always say September 17th instead of the 17th of September. I'm a hybrid of the systems though because of what we learned in school and what you see from american television I'm mixed for measuring distance, weight, mass etc
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:34 PM   #23
 
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Yeah, I use litres for gas and drinks but gallons for fish tanks.

I can use cups or millilitres for cooking, and I use inches for fish and construction, and height, though I learned centimetres in school and they're really more precise.

I use pounds for weight, never had any use for kilograms.

However I am strictly Celsius when it comes to temperature. Fahrenheit is irritating. You can't beat freezing at 0 and boiling at 100.
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Old 09-17-2012, 06:25 PM   #24
 
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Yeah, I use litres for gas and drinks but gallons for fish tanks.

I can use cups or millilitres for cooking, and I use inches for fish and construction, and height, though I learned centimetres in school and they're really more precise.

I use pounds for weight, never had any use for kilograms.

However I am strictly Celsius when it comes to temperature. Fahrenheit is irritating. You can't beat freezing at 0 and boiling at 100.
This likely shows our respective age. I had finished school for many years when Canada changed from Imperial to metric. Having learned Imperial measure, I still have to use it simply because I understand it without working it out. I know right away what a fish that is 6 inches will be in size, but I have to stop and work out what a fish of 15cm is [they are the same by the way]. When the weather report says it will be 25C, I have to stop and figure out the F or I have no idea how hot this is. Had I grown up and been schooled with metric, I would be the opposite. But I learned in Imperial.
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