Most Helpful Guys
It isn't wet, it makes things wet.
By touching it you become wet, but a substance cannot make itself wet.
If I pour water into a bucket containing water, did I just make the water wet? No.
So water can wet things, but it cannot be wetted, which is the present tense of wet.
Therefore, since it cannot be wetted, it is never wet.
Most Helpful Girls
It's rather moist