Is a fish underwater considered wet?
I want to be an in room witness to their next debate.
@KittyVonClaude, master debater?
@KittyVonClaude, imma join you and lets share the popcorn :)
Let them fight. It's entertaining
It's not wet until it sees my meme collection
This guy is an idiot
@I Are Lebo, the one saying fish aren't wet right?
@CentaurianHalfie, actually they're both kind of stupid. The first one for not understanding that wet is not the term for the system of having water be evaporating off of something, but rather the saturation levels of moisture surrounding said object.
If a fish is under water it is saturated with water. Which means that it is as wet as is physically possible.
He's an idiot for not understanding what the word wet means, but his buddy is (purposefully?) being stupid by buying into this idiotic and pointless argument.
@I Are Lebo, so why is the other one stupid?
@CentaurianHalfie, for arguing with a moron who doesn't understand what wet means like he's going to change his mind or make him realize the absurdity of his statement.
I get that's he's probably just trolling him for amusement, but it's still kinda stupid.
@I Are Lebo, I know right? It's common knowledge fish are dry
I kinda get it though. Haha
@TomPholio, yeah, to me wet and dry are not opposites. What if you're covered in oil? Not dry. Not wet. You're oily. It's just that we spend so little time discussing being underwater that our language is not precise and multiple interpretations can exist
@Sheep Rider, I'd say any liquid except stuff like corn starch+water is considered wet.
These arguments... I've had my fair share.
@Pete Parker , if you and your friends don't have arguments like this just throw the whole friendship away lol
@Stacys daughter , Welp, time to ditch my best friend of 15 years
@theshadosnipe, lol yup if you never argued over something stupid with your best friend like this, are they really your best friend?
@Stacys daughter , sadly my best friend and I are boring nerds. We talk video games and anime, not the logistics of water
@theshadosnipe, my friends and I have been ferociously arguing over the parameters of soups and sandwiches for about 18 months now. However, we may have a few scientific breakthroughs. So there's that
I see his point, but it is wrong.... air is not required in order to be considered wet... for example, if a towel is submerged in water, it is a wet towel, even if you don't take it out of the water...
I've been trying to think of a pun that involves combing a black term with Greek philosophy term or person but I got nothing
@Captain Cornleon, my best idea is socrat-deez nuts but the only thing black about that is that the deez nuts guy is black
@Captain Cornleon, nïggalosophy
I like how he got so heated in the argument he had to take his shirt off. Why do men lose clothes in big arguments? Are they about to do it? What's going to happen where you need LESS clothes???
but for real, the dummy is pretty cute
Dryness is the absence of wetness. If you're completely surrounded by water, you are indeed "wet".
Need that Michael Jackson eating popcorn meme
Fish can be dry, though that's the chef's fault.
You keep using that word, I don't think it means what you think it means
Watch mojo should add this to a "top ten anime battles"
I mean.... this could work....
I'm new to this game. Hi and lol
We're like 80% water. So does that means our bones is always wet?
I get what he's saying about surrounding a fish or item by water and it's NOT considered wet cause he's just making an atmosphere, lifestyle analogy. Like a fish may think water is "air therefor won't consider it wet cause the water is equivalent to air. But I'm with the other dude, a fish is always wet.
First off water is not wet. I know that seems insane. But do the research. Wet is a term for how we experience how we and things we observe interact with water when in contact with water.
The sittting guy is attempting to explain how the fish experiences water. He is foolishly trying to use our context of a life in water as his context for his assumption of sea creature's experience of water.
The opposite argument is also incredibly faulty logically but this is a big enough essay for me
If only we put more effort into things that actually matter like cancer research, space travel or the next season of Firefly
...I'm both of these people. I find pointless arguments entertaining
Well based on his theory, if you are surrounded by water and not considered wet until you get out of the water then that means if you're surrounded by air your not considered dry until going into the water? But then you're wet but you can't be considered wet.
This is one of those people who will literally argue anything.
I mean I guess!!