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@Vault Tec, the banana is the base unit for all measurements, any new units will be defined by their value in bananas. Here are the base units from which all other units should be derived, and how they are measured: Length: Bananas, exactly equal to the longest distance between any two points on the nearest ripened, unbruised banana. Mass: bananas, exactly equal to the nearest ripe and unbruised banana's mass. It is important the banana is dry for this measurement. Soaking wet bananas may be used to measure more heavy objects, but this is separate from the base unit. Time: Banana ripe span, equal to the duration it takes for a banana to go from just ripe to no longer edible, the banana must be left in a location where you see it and think about eating it sometimes but instead opt for some Oreos. Luminosity: bananas, equal to the amount of energy radiating from the nearest unbruised and ripened banana per banana ripe span.

@ZweihanderNLeaveHer, Temperature: edible banana range, equal to the change in internal heat in a ripe banana between the banana being too hard to eat and the banana being mushy and gross. Current: it's pretty late and I don't understand Ampere's force law well enough to make a banana permutation so I'm gonna stop here. Thanks for reading, may your memes be of the highest precision
I hope Daisy for scale becomes a thing