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Debate Score:28
Arguments:20
Total Votes:37
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Is water wet?

In class we have this discussion and I believe water is wet but some others believe it isn't so what is it?

Yes

Side Score: 13
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No

Side Score: 15

Just because I can get your pussy wet due to moisture building doesn't mean the moisture isn't wet itself.

Side: Yes

Is water wet?

Is a round thing a circle?

In class we have this discussion

It sounds like the lunatics might be running the asylum.

Side: Yes
1 point

This is honestly too stupid to debate.

Side: Yes
HannahLlama(74) Disputed
3 points

If you're saying it's too stupid to debate, then why don't you help your side by putting in some

facts - don't just complain.

Side: No
12335(23) Disputed
1 point

If you're that desperate for points, why don't you help yourself out and create a real debate? Plus I'm not going to waste my time and copy and paste useless facts for a useless subject. :)

Side: Yes
1 point

The point deductions for the "Yes" side suggest that there is jealousy going around :0

Side: Yes
2 points

Wet is a word to describe what water touches... therfore it can't be wet. It's like saying "oh, I'm touching Bob, so I must be Bob to!"

Side: No
1 point

If you pour water onto water then both are wet but will equally wet each other to appear to negate the concept of wetting except this doesn't defy it at all.

Side: Yes
1 point

New scientific information suggests that water doesn't behave as a liquid until after there are more than six molecules. ... So, by the definition of wet, which is the condition of being covered or soaked in liquid, then water isn't wet, it just makes other things wet.

Side: No
1 point

Also, water isn't wet because it is a liquid that wets things. Once you come into contact with water you become wet. Until then water is liquid and you are dry.

Side: No
1 point

refer to the whole entire heated argument below

Why did we even reap eat this whole debate?

Side: No
HannahLlama(74) Clarified
2 points

Repeat. Not Reap Eat. Stupid auto-correct.

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Side: Yes

"Wet" is a state of a material other than the liquid which causes it.. the liquid is the cause and wetness is the effect...

Side: No
1 point

Water is just a bunch of particles. It is how they are arranged which makes it liquid. Ice is the same as water, just arranged differently. I wouldn't call ice wet personally.

Side: No
1 point

water is not wet. wet describes an EFFECT of a liquid, not the liquid itself.

Side: No
0 points

Water isn't wet. Wetness is a description of our experience of water; what happens to us when we come into contact with water in such a way that it impinges on our state of being. We, or our possessions, 'get wet'.

Side: No
0 points

Wetness is a description of our experience of water

How can wetness be "a description of our experience with water" if water isn't wet? That's a contradiction. It's like saying wetness is the word we invented to describe water, which in itself is another way of saying water is wet.

Your logic is erroneous.

And you probably have a big nose.

Side: Yes
xMathFanx(671) Disputed
2 points

....................ll Just stick to one account or get off the site Nom ll..................

Side: No
HannahLlama(74) Disputed
1 point

Nomenclature-

When you have a drink of water, is the inside part of the cup that's completely covered in water actually wet? Is the bottom of lake superior wet? Just seeing what you think.

Side: No
0 points

If you pour water onto water then both are wet but will equally wet each other to appear to negate the concept of wetting except this doesn't defy it at all.

Side: Yes