this one time, I filled a giant water balloon. then I put it in a round tupperware container. then I froze it. then I took it out the next day. I took it out of the container, took the balloon off, and chipped a hole in the top. it was filled with water that hadn't frozen yet. I poured it out. it's perfect for a 2-liter of pop.
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I just use a small cup and get the same thing. Only I put it in for 45min.
pour it drink it dry it freeze it tint it break it gas it move it dam it sop it boil it heat it cool it box it can it jar it suck it blow it mix it drain it catch it rain it
reminds me of "technologic" by daft punk.
It does doesn't it.
Mix it with cornstarch and play with shear-thickening fluids. (Weird stuff; if you haven't done this you owe it to yourself to try it.)
i like that answer a lot
drink it and pee it out later.
Electrochemically dissociate it then recombine it by fire. Evaporate it at various temperatures and measure the rate of evaporation vs temperature. Feed it to plants and watch them grow. alt: place a carrot top in a plate of it and watch it grow Use it to power a water wheel. Use it to investigate erosion.
Make ice.Oh, wait. That's "cold," not "cool." Never mind....
drink it? wash with it? cook with it? water your plants?
in what context?