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Debate Score:50
Arguments:47
Total Votes:60
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Is water wet?

Yes

Side Score: 23
VS.

No

Side Score: 27

Is water dry?

Then it's wet.

Stupid argument. End of discussion.

Side: Yes
Strange(51) Disputed
2 points

Is water dry?

Yes it is dry.

Then it's wet.

No, it isn't. It's dry.

Side: No
1 point

Yes it is dry.

No you are stupid.

No, it isn't. It's dry.

Yes you are. You are very stupid.

Side: Yes
AThAPhys(94) Disputed
1 point

Supposed I proved to you that not all water is wet.

Would this change your mind?

No it would not.

End of discussion.

Side: No
1 point

Supposed I proved to you that not all water is wet.

Would this change your mind?

Try me.

Side: Yes
1 point

No

Wetness is the ability of a liquid to adhere to the surface of a solid, so when we say that something is wet, we mean that the liquid is sticking to the surface of a material.

Side: No
1 point

No

Wetness is the ability of a liquid

That would make wetness a verb you retarded idiot. Liquids have no abilities and wetness is the natural physical state of liquids which -- he reels in puzzled bemusement -- is why they make other things wet. Go figure.

You're literally stupid as fuck pal. 😆

This question is not a debate. It's a troll from the 1980s.

Side: Yes
Dermot(5796) Disputed
2 points

That would make wetness a verb you retarded idiot.

Shut up you retard and let your correction commence did you ever hear of an adjective ? No , I thought so

‘Wet’ is both an adjective and a verb. You can have a wet towel (adjective) and with that you can wet an object (verb).

Liquids have no abilities and wetness is the natural physical state of liquids which --

Nonsense , I’m afraid Science is against you

he reels in puzzled bemusement -- is why they make other things wet. Go figure.

I know you’re a Science denier let me help you , water by itself cannot express wetness. Wetting is something that can happen where three substances meet: usually (but not always) a solid, a liquid and a gas

You're literally stupid as fuck pal. 😆

Yet you’re the Science denier ......let’s revisit ...remember you quoted a Janitor as being an ‘expert ‘ on the twin towers collapsing at 9/11? 😳🤣🤣🤣🤣

This question is not a debate. It's a troll from the 1980s.

Yes used to troll idiots like you and it’s worked 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Side: No
1 point

Wetness is a sensory perception experienced by the perceiver. It is not an attribute of any thing itself. Water is not wet. We experience water as wet.

Side: No
1 point

Wetness is a sensory perception experienced by the perceiver.

Oh for God's sake shut up. A thing is either objectively wet or objectively not wet.

Water is not wet.

You have provided no intellectual support for this stupid and pointless argument.

We experience water as wet.

So do pigs experience water as dry then? Is that why they drink it? If an alien came over from the next galaxy would he think it was dry?

You're a complete idiot. Please shut up.

Side: Yes
Jace(5157) Disputed
1 point

Oh for God's sake shut up. You're a complete idiot. Please shut up.

I'm disinclined to acquiesce to your request. Means no.

A thing is either objectively wet or objectively not wet

You have provided no intellectual support for this stupid and pointless argument.

You have provided no intellectual support for this stupid and pointless argument.

I have, actually, but as the simpler analysis has already eluded your meager cerebral capacities it would hardly behoove me to elaborate upon it at any greater length.

So do pigs experience water as dry then? Is that why they drink it? If an alien came over from the next galaxy would he think it was dry?

Being neither a pig nor an alien I cannot speak to their subjective sensory perceptions or motivations.

Side: No
1 point

Water makes things wet but itself isn't.

Like air makes things dry but itself isn't dry.

Side: No