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to the contrary, a single crayon weighs approximately 5 grams (.176 ounces), which takes this particular offering to a meager 33 lbs., or 2207 lbs. shy of a ton. for those who would like to take OP up on his/her suggestion, please note that you'll need to add an additional 67 bulk crayon packs to your order to equal a ton, or--if taking OP in the literal plural sense of "TONS"--135 more bulk packs (2 tons). please be prepared to pay $3323.84 for one ton of crayons, and $6647.68 for two tons of crayons.

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@pinchecat: You have a point but if you're going to correct someone than I guess I should correct your post. You say this pack of crayons weighs 33 lbs. and is 2207 lbs. shy of a ton, meaning you believe a ton to be 2240 lbs. In fact a ton is actually on 2000 lbs. which would also change the rest of your math.

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@futrmw: clearly you're unfamiliar with the difference between a long ton and short ton. your advanced intellect should have revealed that i'd chosen the former for my calculations.

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@pinchecat: Yes you used a long ton that only the british and a few commonwealths use the standard ton is 2000 or a metric ton would be a better choice with is 1000 kg or 2204 lbs, but the standard United States ton is 2000 lbs.