OT: Is water wet or dry?

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Santiago
21486 posts Club Captain
edited December 2017

:joy:

OT: Is water wet or dry? 32 votes

Wet
59%
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Dry
40%
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Comments

  • Blarix
    20804 posts Club Captain
    Dry
    :joy:

    Made me howl
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    Been waiting for this to be a poll.

    If you Google the definition of wet, he has a point.
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Peter wrote: »
    Been waiting for this to be a poll.

    If you Google the definition of wet, he has a point.

    First 2 results :joy:
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  • LeonidasJB
    15028 posts World Class
    Wet
    So funny!!

    I can see both sides of the argument.

    But genuine logic would point to the fact that water is actually wet.
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    LeonidasJB wrote: »
    So funny!!

    I can see both sides of the argument.

    But genuine logic would point to the fact that water is actually wet.

    It's obviously not dry, but I'm not sure wet describes it.
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Peter wrote: »
    LeonidasJB wrote: »
    So funny!!

    I can see both sides of the argument.

    But genuine logic would point to the fact that water is actually wet.

    It's obviously not dry, but I'm not sure wet describes it.

    But if it is not wet then surely it is dry?
  • Blarix
    20804 posts Club Captain
    Dry
    Can fish get wet though that's the real question.

    If the ocean is his permanent home and he is always submerged under water...is he really wet? Could it be ...that only species that don't come in contact with water much just get...wet?

    That video is going to break the internet.
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    Santiago wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    LeonidasJB wrote: »
    So funny!!

    I can see both sides of the argument.

    But genuine logic would point to the fact that water is actually wet.

    It's obviously not dry, but I'm not sure wet describes it.

    But if it is not wet then surely it is dry?

    Dry is the absence of water or another liquid.

    Wet is the presence of water or another liquid on something.


  • Azof
    16033 posts World Class
    Blarix wrote: »
    Can fish get wet though that's the real question.

    If the ocean is his permanent home and he is always submerged under water...is he really wet? Could it be ...that only species that don't come in contact with water much just get...wet?

    That video is going to break the internet.

    apart from the fact it is months old and no one cared about it then
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Blarix wrote: »
    Can fish get wet though that's the real question.

    If the ocean is his permanent home and he is always submerged under water...is he really wet? Could it be ...that only species that don't come in contact with water much just get...wet?

    That video is going to break the internet.

    I mean fish are definitely not wet. Like the dude said once they get in contact with air they are considered wet :joy:

  • Blarix
    20804 posts Club Captain
    Dry
    Azof wrote: »
    Blarix wrote: »
    Can fish get wet though that's the real question.

    If the ocean is his permanent home and he is always submerged under water...is he really wet? Could it be ...that only species that don't come in contact with water much just get...wet?

    That video is going to break the internet.

    apart from the fact it is months old and no one cared about it then

    Oh, ...aliens are real. End of story.
  • illinifan
    8676 posts League Winner
    Water is a collection of H2O molecules with weak enough intermolecular forces at room temperature to have an indefinite shape. In theory the term “wet” probably isn’t accurate, similarly to how “cold” only refers to a lack of heat.
  • Blarix
    20804 posts Club Captain
    Dry
    Water is a collection of H2O molecules with weak enough intermolecular forces at room temperature to have an indefinite shape. In theory the term “wet” probably isn’t accurate, similarly to how “cold” only refers to a lack of heat.

    Duh, I obviously knew that!
  • Painter753
    8824 posts League Winner
    Dry
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.
  • Campino
    26777 posts Player of the Year
    Wet
    That’s brilliant
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
  • Blarix
    20804 posts Club Captain
    Dry
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.



    Flatearth>round earth.
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    It's like saying is a jumper clothed or is a jumper naked.

  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    edited December 2017
    Peter wrote: »
    It's like saying is a jumper clothed or is a jumper naked.

    Naked obviously
  • Fab
    17513 posts World Class
    time to ask the questions that actually matter

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  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Fab wrote: »
    time to ask the questions that actually matter

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    It's obviously number 2.
  • BWild
    3128 posts National Call-Up
    Water is a collection of H2O molecules with weak enough intermolecular forces at room temperature to have an indefinite shape. In theory the term “wet” probably isn’t accurate, similarly to how “cold” only refers to a lack of heat.

    Same concept as how people will describe a "dark room". Technically nothing can be "dark", there is just an absence of light.
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    edited December 2017
    BWild wrote: »
    Water is a collection of H2O molecules with weak enough intermolecular forces at room temperature to have an indefinite shape. In theory the term “wet” probably isn’t accurate, similarly to how “cold” only refers to a lack of heat.

    Same concept as how people will describe a "dark room". Technically nothing can be "dark", there is just an absence of light.

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  • Painter753
    8824 posts League Winner
    Dry
    Peter wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
    Well the OP's Poll is dumb, but still the point stands that water is not wet, just as fire is not burnt, water makes things wet and fire makes things burnt
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
    Well the OP's Poll is dumb, but still the point stands that water is not wet, just as fire is not burnt, water makes things wet and fire makes things burnt

    Instead of calling my poll dumb tell me what you would call water then if it isn't wet or dry :trollface:
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    edited December 2017
    Santiago wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
    Well the OP's Poll is dumb, but still the point stands that water is not wet, just as fire is not burnt, water makes things wet and fire makes things burnt

    Instead of calling my poll dumb tell me what you would call water then if it isn't wet or dry :trollface:

    A liquid.

    A jumper isn't clothed or naked. It's clothing.


    People are trying to use an adjective instead of a noun.
  • Santiago
    21486 posts Club Captain
    Peter wrote: »
    Santiago wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
    Well the OP's Poll is dumb, but still the point stands that water is not wet, just as fire is not burnt, water makes things wet and fire makes things burnt

    Instead of calling my poll dumb tell me what you would call water then if it isn't wet or dry :trollface:

    A liquid.

    A jumper isn't clothed or naked. It's clothing.


    People are trying to use an adjective instead of a noun.

    So there is no adjective to describe water?
  • ImmigrantMentality
    5864 posts Big Money Move
    water is wet.
  • Peter
    26887 posts Player of the Year
    Santiago wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    Santiago wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Peter wrote: »
    Painter753 wrote: »
    Anyone who says water is wet is dumber than anyone who believes the earth is flat.

    And yet it's dumber to say water is dry.
    Well the OP's Poll is dumb, but still the point stands that water is not wet, just as fire is not burnt, water makes things wet and fire makes things burnt

    Instead of calling my poll dumb tell me what you would call water then if it isn't wet or dry :trollface:

    A liquid.

    A jumper isn't clothed or naked. It's clothing.


    People are trying to use an adjective instead of a noun.

    So there is no adjective to describe water?

    There are many.

    Calm.
    Choppy.
    Rough.

    To name but a few.
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