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Imagine you're a kid at a science fair and someone has their project spelled out in water
Hagrid: You’re a wizard harry!
"Any sufficiently advanced technology, is indistinguishable from magic." -Arthur C. Clarke
This would be kinda sick for a proposal. Just have a water balloon fight and then they realize that the floor says will you marry me. God I’m lonely.
If he’s a teacher or anything, class must be so fun
The A was a good representation of our bodies before and after quarintine
Pretty soon he'll find a way to climb mountains using a bucket of water
Yo imagine if people find out how to make that on a larger scale and we could swim in it :0
"Can't belive there are still hydrophobes, i thought we had come further as a society."
This has the same energy as
People in the 50s "I wonder if there will be flying cars in the future."
I've been having a dream of creating solid water. In my dream a japanese scientist discovered how to change the water molecules with the help of magnetism to control water and have it form into a solid; this was done by rearranging waters electrons and other molecules. Also, with the help of a capsule that gave the human the ability to control the waters molecules by use of a electromagnetic solution and making humans a conduit of power to control it. This actually seemed like a really interesting dream as I gained the power to control water and was able to stop a tidal wave with the powers I gained from his experimenting. Now I want to make a movie out of my dream 😁
This is what we wanted in our TheXvid shorts. Not some cringe tiktoker with an obnoxiously repetitive song pretending to prank someone
"How do you get a square balloon?"
“Did you know that you can hold water in any shape you want without a container ?”
Finally I achieved... MINECRAFT WATER!
The water took "Be there or be square" literally
I want to see what happens if he over fills the square.
"Pouring square water"
"you can actually build a house out of water using hydrophobic air!"