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Is water wet

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  • Depends on the pressure and temperature...
    If it's cold enough it won't be wet right away even when touching it with your skin, although it doesn't take long for it to become wet at the temperatures where it's safe to touch it in a frozen form...
    Snow isn't necessarily wet either, and with all the air most of it won't really melt right away...
    And water in gas form isn't wet either.
    Although it'll definitely condense easily...

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  • Have you ever gone caving? Caves often have water in them. So you might be walking through water that is knee deep, waist deep or chest deep. Caves have 100% humidity so there is no evaporation at all. The water and air are exactly the same temperature. If you are in the water and not sloshing around too much, it can be hard to tell where the water ends and the air begins. It might be wet, but it doesn't feel wet. It doesn't really feel like anything - not wet, not dry, not anything.

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  • Well since you put this question under sexuality, I don't think so, but I hope you are

  • No. Wetness is a right-wing conspiracy theory.

  • Water now identifies as the stickiest substance on earth... possibly in the universe, it hasn't decided yet. to suggest otherwise is offensive and eggregious.

  • Water is not, itself, wet.

  • Let me explain. A woman's cervix is constantly releasing mucous drops which are thick and not especially slippery. When aroused the area starts leaking water just as any for of inflammation would. Mucous drops plus water from leaking capillaries equal slippery surface. This is the reason that underwater sex is pretty good at first and gets painful as the mucous drops are washed away.

  • Yes but water isn't wet

  • You need a third option... "Sometimes". Water in liquid form is wet, as a solid (ice) or gas (steam), it is not wet.

  • nah it makes things wet

  • Ahhh you got the water wet!

    • Is water waterproof

  • Where did you hear that lie. That person should be shot. Lmao 🤣 🤣

  • What do you think?

    lol Actually, my answer is no. Wetness is an effect from liquids. Not a liquid itself.

    Water isn’t wet. Water makes things wet.

  • Nope. Well, at least not in its liquid state. Frozen water, aka ice, can get wet temporarily, until the ice melts or the liquid on it freezes.

  • Water is watery

  • yes..

  • Doesn't it make us wet?

    • Thats not the only thing

  • How do you feel after standing in rain for a few minutes? 🤔

    • How - I feel pissed off

  • Rain all morning so yeah

  • no not a bit