• {{ formattedCount }}  {{ count > 1 ? 'comments' : 'comment' }}

    • No its what other people price you as
      9.4K Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I want to be needles ...
      3.7K Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 528 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Okay but 36 bars of iron are enough to make an iron golem and now you have a friend which is priceless
      9 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • To bad I’m not a large piece of iron to be bought and sold
      T3kn0 13d
      8 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • With 9 you can make an iron block
      8 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Where can I buy $5 iron ingot
      8 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Because the process to turn bars into tiny ass springs is a long one that involves other expensive as fuck machine's and expensive people working them who require expensive insurance to have at the expensive building.
      8 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I need 29 bars to make a full iron armor and a sword
      9 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • How much is an iron butt plug worth? Asking for a friend.
      7 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • But it takes 24 iron to make a full set of iron armor
      7 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • A bar of iron is not $5, and you cannot make spring from iron, they would bend, and not retain form.
      7 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • It's only worth 20 septems in skyrim- soooo
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Where tf you getting a bar of solid iron for $5
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Negative!! Those items cost more because of the difficulty to produce those products without any imperfections. A ingot of metal does nothing as is. Just a paperweight.
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • The amount of detail, grade of iron, work required, and effort to turn it into those materials are very important to their cost
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • In other words, mixing resources with labor creates wealth. Not exactly a secret
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Tbh this is a Facebook level meme that non successful people share to feel like they have wisdom when in reality they will be nothing but a worthless blue collar wage cuck with minimal skills
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • But you need $200,000 worth of machinery to create those $300,000 parts. You need money to make money.
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Where are you buying solid bars for $5. I do blacksmithing and i can assure you it costs more than that
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • *Nice metaphor meme on internet* semi-functional ifunny members on the spectrum proceed to needlessly logic the fuck out of it*
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • RuneScape taught me the bars are worth more than the items
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • There's also a lot of metallurgy and tempering involved. Those three things have very different properties
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I mean isnt that kinda shitty tho? The net worth of that watch falls ffaaarrr below $300,000
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So the bar of iron is not capable of making itself anything other than a bar of iron. It takes others seeing the potential and investing in you
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • A human slave is worth bout 2 grand but take our their organs and sell each it's 200 grand
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Woah it’s almost like the prices aren’t determined simply by the material but by the labor of the person who makes that piece, the availability of the piece, how rare it is, and how many are made
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Not according to the left, your value is entirely determined by what racial ethnic or gender group you are born into and how high your victim status is. Merit is nonexistent in leftist culture.
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • No, it takes one block of iron ore, a furnace, and fuel to make an iron ingot.
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Ah yes then comes the manufacturing costs. It costs less to make bigger items. Hence needles costing more than horseshoes and springs need to be twisted and made out of smaller amounts than needles.
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 24 pieces and you got your self a full suit of armor
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • And how much do the tools and training cost to make those items?
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • But the iron didn't make itself into those things, other people shaped them into those. It's the influence that people have on you that can make you who you are. One right person met could improve your life, but one bad influence could ruin it
      _y0_ 14d
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Machinery andba power source is required to make those materials.
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I'd totally buy a bar of iron for $5 if they were that cheap
      kbt_ 14d
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Actually you’re paying for the work, a bar of iron is simple, there’s not much you can do with it, horse shoes have a purpose that increases the value plus the work it took to make them, the spring is also useful because they may use the springs for other things, so value equals purpose.
      _Paul 14d
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I make iron daggers to raise smithing skill
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Small metal more xpensive then big medal...... 🤔
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Yes because I too am an iron ingot
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • What needle is worth $3,500
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 24 of them to make a full suit of armor
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • A bar of iron is not $5 go eat my ass
      28272 13d
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So what you're saying is I should buy bars of iron and smelt them into springs and re sell them
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • You are paying for the man hours and craftmanship. The harder you work to better yourself, the more 'valuable' you will be.
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • A human is worth $5 turn him into a slave he is worth $10 turn him into soup he is worth $100 turn him into a pie he is worth $200. Your worth is determine by what you make yourself
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Or it’s other people’s equipment and time they put into molding it into what it is
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Make full iron armor for 120 dollars
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • It’s worth that because of the labor it took to produce, you can turn just about anything into value with time
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • WarMaidens says 30 gold so... check your sources again.
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • What about an Iron Golem?
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So, like iron, the less of me there is, the more Im worth?
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Hello a standard blacksmith here. WHERE THE FIRECRINKLE do you find an iron bar for 5$
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Yall realize how hard life is for red green colorblind people when they go to a portapotty? No. You only think about yourself.
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Soooooooo the more you tear yourself apart and put yourself under severe tension, the more you're worth
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I’m waiting for someone to make a meme of this showing the whole human on the couch: worthless. Then start breaking down more valuable internal pieces sold on the black market and then know your worth.
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Do you know how to make balance springs? Or any of those? Yeah, life isn't so clear
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • so basically sell yourself until you’re a shell of what you once were until people like you
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Except these all have different contents of different metals such as cobalt and nickel and chromium etc. These are a pain and expensive to make which is why the price is so high, nothing is ever just iron. Dont believe this shit. Like to get to tc so others see please
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Throwing it hard enough to kill someone and then selling their organs can earn you a million
      4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 4 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I mean this is ignoring the difficulty of the process it takes to refine the iron
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Stonks
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • *cums in Marxism*
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Bar of Iron + man working hour = higher cost
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • What I took away from this post is.... I can buy a bar of iron for $5.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I get it, it's supposed to be uplifting but this is just fucking stupid
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • For real though, I just want the iron ingot. And a steel one. And ebony one. And, well, you see where this is going.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • It’s machining skill and time that makes them expensive
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Bullshit a bar of iron does not cost 5$
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Does a bar of iron really cost $5? Seems awfully low lol
      wtf7 14d
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Got it, I’ll use my organs as material for watch springs. Breathing, being able to pump blood, or just functioning normally are luxuries I don’t need, plus I won’t need health insurance!
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Actually it’s the amount of time you put into making yourself different (labor charge) for example books used to be really expensive before the printing press because they had to be hand copied and that took a lot of damn time
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Its free if you steal them
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Then full iron armor will cost $120
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • That’s because it takes MONEY to make the other things and prices go up for those things which take more EFFORT, MONEY, and SUPPLIES to make them
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Your value is also dependent on what others need you for. If they don’t have a watch, the balance spring is worthless to them.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So you're telling to buy some iron and make some springs, got it.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Try to make a spring. Go ahead, try.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Bruh where tf can I buy a bar of pure iron for five bucks
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • this is a common phrase tossed around, but while iron is malleable in what it can do, people aren’t malleable in the same ways. there ARE people who will be better than you, and you CAN’T do everything you want to do in life. it’s a game you must play in your own way, and make the best of it
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I'll give you half an emerald
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So for $10 you can make an iron sword
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Nigga what kind of “Iron”? 1020? A36? 316 SS? Duplex? Cast Iron?
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So I could just buy a fucking bar of iron for 5 bucks
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So what you're saying is buy a mold for balance sripngs for watches and buy 1000$ worth of iron ingots and become filthy rich
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • It’s labor cost that makes it expensive
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • no it cost 1 coal to smelt
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Don’t forget about the machine labor and processing cost associated with converting the bar into a specific commodity, costs are relative to price. You’re worth as much as you invest in yourself.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • You need to account for manufacturing costs fucking dumbass
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Manufacturing costs determine my self worth!
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I can’t find an iron ingot for $5
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Minecraft says its worth 5 emeralds
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • However the process to do that is very labor intensive if you do it yourself
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Repeat after me 14 year old girls who think this post is woke: Purity and quality of the iron > product made by iron.
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Ima make an iron dildo
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show

iFunny plug-in will teach your phone to smile

get on the iFunny app to roast them

All content related issues will be solved right here.
After all necessary information is provided, of course:

Complete the form below to notify iFunny of a claim relating to your intellectual property rights and content or some technical inconvenience with the service.
(Positive and productive feedback is appreciated as well).

Your details

Your relationships to the rights holder

Type of claim

Select
Copyright Trademark Nazi-related Offensive Technical difficulties Other
Describe the issue in detail. Please be specific.
Feeling poetic today? Feel free to provide more information
By clicking on "Submit" below, you are certifying the following statements:
  • I state that I have a good faith belief that use of the work(s) in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
  • I state that the information in this notification is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that I am the owner of the exclusive right that is allegedly infringed, or an authorized agent for the owner.
  • I give my permission to pass my contact information to the alleged infringing party.