DEBATE: Is water wet?


#21

You equation is weak, fool


#22

You try to sound smart just by using this Exasperating Farrago of random twiddling symbols , but in reality all it does is to make you look preposterous


#23

I did not want to do this, but you have left me no choice:
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You have banished by the words of the gods


#24

You keep recapitulating the same blunders again and again


#25

wHaT hAvE i StArTeD wItH tHiS tHrEaD


#26

It looks like you have set fire to a vehement war of scientific and lingual percipience on a non belligerent forum ment to talk about things related to game , just by asking a ludicrous Thought provoking stupid, nonsensical and rhetorical question


#27

Okay new question!
Does water make fire wet when underwater or does fire make water dry?


#28

I don’t think fire exist underwater , does it?


#29

Simple: Fire makes water wet


#30

Fire (a plasma) turns water (liquid) into a gas? EvApOrAtE???


#31

26 AM
This should answer any questions you have


#32

Fish are covered is some lotion


#33

No, the lotion IS the fish
Please bring intelligent evidence to the table


#34


#35

So maybe water isnt wet, water is canada?


#36

59 PM
This is what I found up when I searched "Is Water Canada?"
Very intriguing evidence indeed, but I have yet to decode the message


#37

No because water itself is not wet. Contact with air perceives the water to become wet but if you only have water then you are not wet


#38

But what if the water has you?


#39

It’s technically not underwater since it has water under it as well. It’s surrounded by water. I would almost say that it’s underair but theres a chance there might be air under or around it, which would make that an invalid term as well.


#40

It’s the feeling you’re mome had when i showed her my fidget spinner tricks.