Spicy comment: operating definitions are required. Wet is the condition of an object when covered in or soaked by water while being surrounded by air with which to contrast it. Erego, fish are not wet.
@MemeResearcher, so what you’re saying is that fish aren’t wet until we take them out of the water?
@MemeResearcher, you're goddamn right *upvotes*
@MemeResearcher, fish expel gasses while breathing so therefore a breathing fish is wet
@MemeResearcher, so what you’re saying is if I stick my djck in a fish underwater, it means I’m going in dry?
@MemeResearcher, but is water wet?
@theonetruepow3r, by adhering to the operating terms, yes, precisely.
this wasn't meant to be a reply
@MemeResearcher, but... the actual definition of “wet” doesn’t include anything about air... where are you getting your definition? “Wet” is just the state of being surrounded, covered, or saturated in or with a liquid. For example Merriam Webster defines wet as “consisting of, containing, covered with, or soaked with liquid (such as water)” so a fish would be wet because it is covered with water. I’ve also heard people say that water is not wet itself which is incorrect because it consists of a liquid...
Women just before I enter the room.. ha ha ... The joke is that I have any sexual appeal.
thats what she said