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I mean, COME ON!
but I think it kind of makes sense. I'm not articulate enough to describe why though :/
and so the enzymes in saliva don't start working to break down the sugars, so they are in fact dryer in the mouth. i think.
If by 'weird' you mean 'gross'.
NO! Drinks are necessarily wet. ALWAYS. A drink cannot exist in a dry state. Dry wine? Paradox.
they are dryer then. relatively.
NO! It is a binary system! Liquid is not dry!
it's intended as a comment on the liquid state of the drink... bit pretentious nonetheless
My friend opted for the wet option. I chose not to give any pikey bastards my money. Now I wish i'd chosen the dry water option :(
That man was ME!
A dry wine after a sweet wine and say a dessert wine (very sweet) at the same sitting, it would all become clear.
The EU are right. You are wrong.
i do not drink dry things. a list of dry things includes
wet drinks FTW!