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Joke: What would a carpet say to a foot?Punchline: You must be Square Foot--I've heard a lot about you!

The joke plays on the mathematical term "square foot" in buying carpeting.

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0Get your feet off of me eww it has mud and it stinks

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0GET UR FEET OF OF ME THEY AIN'T CLEAN EWW THEY HAVE MUD

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0Iโm laying right here watch it!!!

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0Every 9 inches of a roll with a 12-foot width is a square yard. This means every lineal or running foot of 12-foot wide carpet is 1 1/3 square yards of carpet. If carpet is $11.26 per square yard, a running foot of our carpet on the roll would cost about $15. The actual answer is $15 and 1 & 1/3 cents a lineal foot.

No. Many stores have went to square foot pricing because it is easier to visualize a square foot and also the square foot price is smaller. Carpet mills still require purchase orders in square yards and is still the standard for which carpet is sold. Home Depot, the leading carpet seller in America prices there carpets in both square yard pricing and square foot.

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