Originally Posted by hukarez
There's one thing I've always been curious about - but have never quite translated it successfully. How much, exactly, does a gallon of gasoline (automobile, pump fuel) weigh?
I know for airplanes and the like - especially fighter planes, they get loaded with thousands of pounds of fuel, but that they're also different in consistency in a sense.
Not sure of the difference in weights, but a gallon of plain water is something like 8.3 pounds. Only reason I know that is from my days backpacking in New Mexico. Five gallons doesn't sound like a lot until you have to carry it two miles!
Thinkin' of a master plan
'Cuz ain't nuthin' but sweat inside my hand
So I dig into my pocket, all my money is spent
So I dig deeper but still comin' up with lint