Milk then cereal or cereal then milk?


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2 minutes ago, Coke_Kitten said:

I'm not sure I should talk about this but whatever, I might as well be targeted by the FBI, sounds fun.

 

What about pouring around a quarter of the milk then put the amount of cereal you want and adding the rest of the milk? I've been doing this all my life ?

What is wrong with you

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1 minute ago, Coke_Kitten said:

I'm not sure I should talk about this but whatever, I might as well be targeted by the FBI, sounds fun.

 

What about pouring around a quarter of the milk then put the amount of cereal you want and adding the rest of the milk? I've been doing this all my life ?

You are crazy dude, probably a psychopath..

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wet·ness
ˈwetnəs/
noun
 
  1. 1.
    the state or condition of being covered or saturated with water or another liquid; dampness.
    "the pale brown of the rock was blotched with wetness"
     
    Google thinks you definition needs a little work on what wetness is.
    Since what is always covered with other water it will have constant wetness thus water is wet.
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58 minutes ago, LordSmitty said:
wet·ness
ˈwetnəs/
noun
 
  1. 1.
    the state or condition of being covered or saturated with water or another liquid; dampness.
    "the pale brown of the rock was blotched with wetness"
     
    Google thinks you definition needs a little work on what wetness is.
    Since what is always covered with other water it will have constant wetness thus water is wet.

Right, but that doesn't make water wet...Wetness happens when it comes into contact with another material that is can adhere to! You proved my point, thanks.

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