Is water wet? part 2

No it’s not end of discussion.

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What is there to discuss then??

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I guess not…

too much that’s the problem

Okay, then tell me one thing to discuss, and then we’ll move on from there :grin:

Of course not, It is as dry as the Sahara desert

Water can’t be wet. First of all, for something to be wet it has to at some point be dry. If water itself is always touched by water, then it’s never dry meaning it’s also not wet.

Water is a liquid. Wet is an adjective that describes how liquids cover a non-liquid surface or object.

To say water is wet would infer that water is not a liquid (I was confused when I first heard this, but I made sense with it)

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Why not just bump the older thread about it?

This has been a problem for a month; people make new threads that are related to previous ones. But they either don’t know to search for the topic before posting theirs, or they purposefully do it to get people to respond (VERY spammy and common with promotional posts, amongst others)

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If water isn’t wet then why is my girlfriend dripping?

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She’s dripping because she waited outside in the rain to prove my point :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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Oh god, please no not this

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Nope! Liquids can make something wet e.g water or orange juice but that does not mean that they are wet.

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