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Discussion in 'Lighter Life Forum' started by lighterlifeclaire, 14 March 2008 Social URL.

  1. lighterlifeclaire

    lighterlifeclaire Silver Member

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    ... to see what my new sig looks like!

    Think I've converted it right... my new counsellor does everything in kilos so changed them over! x
     
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  3. Corey

    Corey longs to be average!

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    Why do they do it in kilos?????? I have to come home, stick it on a spreadsheet to convert into pounds so I can understand what my weight now is. I guess thats what comes from living in the USA for so long - only understand pounds!!!
     
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    Alibongo Happily pro pointing!

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    nothing to do with living in the US corey, most of us haven't a clue about kilos, I have to come home and stick it in a spreadsheet too.:D
    I don't do kilos or metres or kilometres.
     
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    Kitteh Resident geek

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    i really have no clue about kilos.. but FITJ told me its something like 2.2lbs per kilo.. lol.. i think..

    x x x
     
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    Corey longs to be average!

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    2.2 pounds to a kilo is correct - for me people who say how much they weigh in kilos, might as well speak in klingon for all I understand - and like you Ali, I don't do kilometres or metres either. it's feet and inches for me
     
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    Am the only one that can deal with kgs, km etc? although having said that after living in the UK for nearly 7 years now, I am just as happy with pounds. I convert everything from kg to stone and pounds now. Losing 2.2lbs sounds so much better than 1kg :D
     
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    My LLC also does it in kilos. I have to convert it to be able to see how much I weigh!
     
  9. lighterlifeclaire

    lighterlifeclaire Silver Member

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    Well now shes transformed me and instead of wanting to be "about 12 stone" I want to be "about 78 kilos" (which I think is slightly diff, but nearly right!)
     
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    my LLC does it in both kgs and stones :D she's very good
     
  11. x-Katie-x

    x-Katie-x Gold Member

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    Good to go for it in kilos - makes a good change.

    Mine weighs me in kilo's and then changes it to stones/pounds so that it's easier to understand.
     
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