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Is water wet?

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Started: 1/5/2018 Category: Science
Updated: 2 months ago Status: Voting Period
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Water is Wet
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Posted by whiteflame 2 months ago
>Reported vote: Flatstanley// Mod action: Removed<

7 points to Pro. Reasons for voting decision: Ask google

[*Reason for removal*] Not an RFD.
Posted by KostasT.1526 2 months ago
"Something is wet when water is present and "attached" to it. A sole water molecule - H2O - cannot be wet, for there is no more water to make it wet. When, though, there are two or more water molecules together, the make each other wet, thus water, referring to an accumulation of water molecules, is wet."
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Posted by MRAAJ.evil 2 months ago
Wet like yo momma!
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Vote Placed by KostasT.1526 2 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: No conduct or grammar/spelling error was made, no arguments presented, no sources cited. Despite that, water, as an accumulation of H2O molecules, is objectively wet. My more sophisticated justification can be seen in the comments of Masterful's debate on the same topic.