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What's wrong with the word "Moist?"
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It's a great word.
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Special Report: People have dirty minds

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It's not my fault you think lewd thoughts when you hear an innocent word like moist, you filthy hoar.

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I'm not bothered by the word
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How will you be able to describe food on TV commercials, or on food cartons, then?

"This cake is moist and delicious!" "This cake is not quite wet and delicious!" "This cake is not dry and delicious!" I say it's context.

"I like moist and delicious cake." "I like moist things."

How will Luke's uncle Owen operate a "moisture farm", if he couldn't collect moisture?

Women need to get over it. If it triggers them every time they hear the word, in any context, then they have a "Niagara Falls" complex.

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What words would they prefer? Humid challenged?

"I'm going to go eat me a nice moist cake." I don't get it. Nothing wrong with that. Now if I said: "I'm going to go eat me a nice wet cake," that doesn't sound proper at all.
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TRKitsune wrote:

Special Report: People have dirty minds

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My mind is quite clean for a gutter.
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At my old high school there was a girl who would begin crying and exit the room if she heard it. Idk bitches be crazy
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some people take simple words to seriously of course. sometimes certain contexts need to be considered but even then sometimes people let themselves be affected by words to much.words by themselves don't really ahve much power and those who treat simple words like moist as a slur of some sort have issues,

examples
water is moist.
mud is moist dirt.
moist cakes are yummy.
if people get offended by just moist being used in this manner then their is probably something wrong with them.
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I didn't know some people are getting upset over a word describing something wet? Is this another American thing?
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'Dripping with love juices' is far more appropriate, I find.
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It's magically delicious
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People got problems for real.
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