Whats Your Weight?

i saw somebody post this idea so i made a poll

by the way i weigh 133lbs or 60.3288kilos

i’m sorry i couldnt think of a way to use pounds & kilograms and make it look better

123 kilos or 6500 lbs.

Btw I’m not fat, I don’t look fat … I’m just HUGE.

I’m 56 kg I think… around that

Edit: 123lbs


15 at 115lbs and was playin as a linemen in freshmen football in august.

all I gain is muscle. and only by lifting.
even if I out-eat everybody.

I’m around 130 pounds… Too lazy to figure out kilograms… I eat constantly but never gain anything.

Huge? Understatement!

I envy you Jeeves. If I eat a fricken mini-muffin I need like a size bigger pants. Ok, not really, but you get the point.

165lbs of solid (mostly) muscle. 165lbs (maybe 170 after holidays) and barely 6 feet tall. :smiley:

i used the converter on my phone to figre out kilos to lbs so if you have one you might be able to use that

*Dittohead mumbles something about being big boned and waddles off.

Weight: 117lbs
Height: 5’ 5"
Eye color: Hazel

I also enjoy long walks on the beach.

The next poll should be: what kind of abs do you have?

A. eight pack
B. six pack
C. four pack
D. A keg

By the way, I’m 145 and 6’3". Thus, I have to run around in the shower to get wet.

You needed to use a machine to figure it out? :o

C’mon 1 kg = 2.2 lbs (double and add 10%). I am 110 lbs, or 50 kg. Pathetic, I know, but I’m workin on it.


I lost about 50 lbs this summer so I’m now a tidy 210 lbs but I’m 6’ 5" so I’m not too stressed about it.

I’m about 6’ and 180 pounds. I’d like to add some weight, but I don’t have a lot of spare time to work out.

damn, you are some skinny nerds!

i am a healthy 5’11" and 157 lbs.

I’m 5’ 6", still growing, and at least 120 lbs (54 Kilograms).

I’m about 5’ 8" and weigh around 117 lbs (53.2 kg).


p.s. I’m a guy, so no rumors that DwarvenFury’s a female.:wink: :stuck_out_tongue:

dammit, can we get some kilogram/pound conversion goin on? o_O :wink:

Well, Google says that 1 pound = 0.45359237 kilograms (1 kilogram = 2.20462262 pounds), so it seems simple to convert it the old-fasioned way.

But, you could try a site like this:


I weigh 1 thousand billion tons