I wish i couldn't now
@The mortiest morty, why do people do this to us?
New meaning to "bone dry"
I bet you're naked under all these muscles. Slut
@SecretlyaStark, are you tho? Isn't naked skin deep? Can you be naked without skin/muscles? How come our souls never wear clothes? Are we in the matrix?! What is life!!!?!? *windows error sound + blue screen*
@orion55, the human mind is nothing but a vast array of chemicals. We don't exist.
*X files theme plays
@orion55, wait my soul has been naked this entire time??!! *dial up modem screeching, explosion*
That makes me moist
@bogorragar, yes. Yes, it really does.
@bogorragar, I think they're saying you already were.
@bogorragar, being Moist is a constant you can't be made Moist if you are never not Moist
That's one wet bone
He dea.... no. He lucky.
Yup. This is some Flapjack shjt right here.
Well I do now!
You* your* ?*
You ever think you should shut up on topics you know nothing about? Bones are not wet. They are covered in periosteum, and separated from muscles by fascia, except at attachment points. Making up ideas based on imagination and ignorance may be your preference, but please keep quiet so others don't suffer
@occasionalmutant, while you said it a bit harshly, you reduced the uncomfortable feeling that I had after reading the pic, so thank you
@occasionalmutant, what about the blood running through your marrow? Main ingredient of blood? Water. Water tends to make things wet. Please refer to the first part of your comment.
@occasionalmutant, my bones are wet for you
@mas2de, have you ever seen a pipe with water running through it? How about a thin straw or a pipette? All of them have liquid on the inside, none of them is considered wet. And as far as the first part of my comment, I'll put my medical degree forward as sufficing for appropriate knowledge. I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
@mas2de, and btw, a simple look at any dictionary will tell you that wet is defined as covered in a liquid. Hence, the liquid is on the surface, not inside.
@occasionalmutant, obviously a medical degree doesn't mean you have much in the way of logical reasoning powers. The inside of the pipe Is considered wet. Not the outside of the pipe though, unless It has fluid on it. Once there is fluid in the pipe, the pipe as a whole IS considered wet.
While bones are not considered wet usually, no one thinks about it either. We are wet throughout. We are fleshy meatbags made mostly of water that wouldn't survive a second if we were dry inside. No one gives a shjt about it either because we all know this, so no one ever considers it. Bones are surrounded by fluids and have blood flowing through them and all around them. Yes there are few to no blood vessels, capillaries, or veins in the outer parts of bones where the cells are most dense, they are there.
So I can try to explain this to you but may not be able to understand: you're enough of a pompous, arrogant aßßhole for the two of us and two more people again and your "medical degree" probably..
@mas2de, helps you feel like you are a better person than anyone else.
Just FYI: it doesn't.
Another line of proof:
When you pull a bone out of a living specimen it is wet. It has a water permeable layer (periosteum) and it has water weight. Bones can be dried out and must have therefore been wet.
A sponge that doesn't feel wet to a touch on the surface, but would produce water if squeezed Would be considered wet.
@mas2de, in truth, many logical points can be lost through our attitudes. We may know what we are talking about down in our hearts, but sometimes out of the mouth spews....corruption. Metaphorically nothing we have on earth is worth anything off of it, but our attitudes can unify galaxies. Never forget your Morales or compassion friends. There is never an excuse to act less than what you know is right, as it only makes you a worse person everytime you neglect yourself. I only warn everyone this because I've seen doctors and engineers with stone cold hearts and morals. Sure they are accomplished, but truly...in the end I've noticed...an accomplished jerk, is still just a jerk :/ this isn't a warning or a threat btw. Just figured I'd encourage people to never forget their humanity whenever i can ;)
@Owlrus98, I've in the past, immediately stopped caring about a conversion and/or listening to a person because they were disrespectful. No need to listen to children IMO
@Owlrus98, bell rung.
Well, I have one of those two qualities. Lol. Not quite an engineer yet.
You looking to be a Tedx speaker? Lol.
@mas2de, I'm sure you'll get there though lad! (If you were serious about the engineer part :P) I just... I don't hate people. I am saddened when others make bad choices that will ultimately allow them to "get used" to doing it over and over again :( many good people can turn bad, and many bad people can have a redemption. Well, in a moment i gotta go to bed goodnight everyone! (Anyone)
@mas2de, I would just like to thank you for using logic and reasoning in dealing with the condescending and grandiose attitude the OP had stricken throughout his words. I can bear the title of "Materials Science and Engineer" around the internet and claim I know what I'm talking about when saying something is wet because I learned about fluid dynamics, but if I'm flat out wrong, or if I'm a dick about it, no one benefits from my title of apparent knowledge. If you think having a degree means you are infallible, then you clearly didn't get that degree because you had a passion for learning. That degree should have taught you lessons in humility, not arrogance, and instilled with you a passion to continue to learn new things and learn from your mistakes.
@occasionalmutant, did I just.. offend someone over a pic about bones? Wow it really is 2017
Well I am now
Not until now, thanks, and right as i was about to go to sleep
Thanks paper Mario wiki
Is this how you lose your mind?
But maybe it's not. I mean everything is sectioned off right.
Eww it's probably all soggy