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PutinItUp New Jersey
11/29/17 10:15 pm

Someone give me a scientific answer, like i need to know, my friends won't shut up about it.

Alcerus fascist
11/29/17 11:18 pm

"Wet" is a descriptive term. Used to describe the presence of moisture on an object. Water IS moisture. So don't fret, it's as wet as wet can get

Red4799 Asking the Big Questions
11/29/17 11:23 pm

So do fish feel wet?

Red4799 Asking the Big Questions
11/29/17 11:23 pm

Is water wet to fish? I mean

Alcerus fascist
11/30/17 12:17 am

"Wet" is just a concept made by people, like "close" or "fast". Wet is not a concept that fish understand, so no. To humans, fish are wet; to fish, they are just fish.

Red4799 Asking the Big Questions
11/30/17 12:18 am

Wet is a social construct. Like marriage. And bald people.

Alcerus fascist
11/30/17 12:19 am

I would assume that fish feel wet as often as people feel "I have a normal level of moisture on my skin". Which isn't very often

TrueLiberalism Constitutionalist
11/30/17 5:13 am

Well isn't that what humidity is? So we do say that but just in different terms, such as: 'It's very humid outside.'

So would fish know if the water was a bit more wet than normal?

Alcerus fascist
11/30/17 7:07 am

Well, humidity is like a measure of the air's wetness. When water heats up, the H2O molecules are farther apart, so it may be possible that fish could sense this as being "less wet" but more likely they'll just sense it as increased temperature