Welcome the Internet’s new unit of universal measurement, The Danzig

Welcome the Internet’s new unit of universal measurement, The Danzig

Looks like the world—or at least the Internet—finally has a universal unit of measurement to adopt: the Danzig, a brand new unit of length, weight, area, volume, and energy named after legendary Misfit Glenn Danzig. Check out the handy metric-to-Danzig converter, complete with visual representations of the man himself.

For future reference, one (1) Danzig =
1.6 meters
84.4 kilograms
3.6 square meters
83.4 liters
1011.1 joules

And some fun ones for the record:
One mile = 937 Danzigs
A football field = 1,548 square Danzigs
The City of Chicago = 169,708 square Danzigs

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