Now before anyone get's all technical about inferences about concerning word choices, I find it interesting that whipping cream is considered light or heavy depending on the fat content. More fat is labled heavy while less fat is labled light. I completely understand that this means that the cream is heavier in its percentage of fat to water in heavy whipping cream, and vice/versa.
But here's my point. We all know that water is much heavier per unit volume than is fat. So having more fat in the ratio of fat/water found in cream would logically mean that the cream would actually be lighter in weight per unit volume than would cream with less fat.
I know, G.W. you can be quiet now.
There's this old Stix tune running through my head right now, "Too much time on my hands...."
Seeeeeeya; Goodweed of the Nroth