Is water wet?

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I've had a lot of discussions on the server regarding this topic and I think its time we come to a final consensus about whether or not, water is or isn't in fact, wet?

I want to start off by sharing a story. When I was around 13 years old, I went over a friends house to go swimming and at the time I had an old Android Optimus phone that was a complete POS. Now I left my house with my phone in my swim shorts pocket and with the gold fish brain I have I forgot to take it out and ended up swimming with my phone. It didn't work after getting out of the pool and the little white square they used to put in those phones was pink. They always said if that gets wet, your phone is done. But mine wasn't, it survived and after that day I had a thought.

Water is not wet.

It has properties of wetness but by itself in a cup or in a container, it is not wet. If you put a shirt in said container, the shirt only becomes wet, once it is taken out of the water. When its in the water, the molecules are surrounding the dry shirt and it only becomes wet once removed. People want to put down my knowledge but I believe in it and I want to hear the opinions of the server.

Thank for reading and possibly sharing your thoughts on this very dire matter.
 
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Water molecules are covered with other water molecules making the water wet. Checkmate, atheists.
 

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