Hike’s Dictionary: Soaked in Wet

June 17, 2015 § Leave a comment

Soaked in Wet – [sohked in wet] (adj) Sopping clothes and hair. Often the result of a water gun fight with your best brother or waiting in a rainstorm for an untimely bus.

“I am completely soaked in wet!” Why don’t we always say it this way? It’s a great way to describe this predicament and is no less accurate than it’s more common counterpart. I know Hiram is six and should be told about the right way to say things. But this one is so perfect it has me wondering – is it I who needs the correction?

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