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Is water wet?

ib4

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Be careful, wouldn't want to look like a fucking jackass stupid piece of shit now!!!!

Explain without Google.
 

Danni

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Is moist...wet? Are they the same? Are they different? What happens when we throw damp in the mix?

These are important questions.
 

Swah

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Well, if wine can be dry, I don't see why water can't be wet.
 

Jung

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Is glass a liquid or a solid?

Is 0.999... equal to 1?
 

Swah

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Is glass a liquid or a solid?

Is 0.999... equal to 1?
Yes.

Well, 1 + 1 = 3 for large values of 1, so why not?
 
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Plot twist: Water is the name of the stripper ib4 has been seeing on the side and no she's not wet. She's actually as dry as a desert and as gritty as sandpaper. That's antiphrasis for the good ol' razzle dazzle.
 
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Jung

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Whether or not I realize is not an issue here.
I mean, Russel did spend like 1/2 of Principia Mathmatica developing a proof for this, but it's also not useful in any meaningful way. Most of the time people are just joking about rounding errors.
 

TheRover

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I would say no, water is not wet.. it is wet
 

ThisIsBananas

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It's impossible for ice to be completely solid. It's liquid on the outside.