No, you're an idiot.
The use of the term 'water' is just a generalization of drinkable liquids.
Most people don't need it explaining.
IT'S STILL A LIQUID.
Your body needs liquids, which milk is.
My life you're dumb.
are you being serious?
and you are really 18-21?
You are getting liquids in other forms, there's water in those juices. If you drink too much juice it could affect your blood sugar levels unless you are very active.
Yes! You're Immortal!
Now you're ready to test this even farther by Cheating Death again!
I suggest that you NOT Breathe any Oxygen for the next 11 days!
To help you in this task, I suggest that you drink as much Non-Water liquids as possible! Cooking Oil, Olive Oil, Alcohol, Kerosene, Sterno or any other Flammable liquids just laying about!
I'm no psychic but I see Diabetes in your future.
Milk and orange juice are mostly water.
Your idiocy is astounding. What then are they made up of? Do you know anything about chemistry whatsoever? People allergic to water are still ~60% water.
ummmm, tiredeyes3..look at the ingredients on any cola :/ see "water"? yeah i do too ^_^
Answer the question, troll. What is the primary ingredient in milk, OJ, and cola? You'd think the term "carbonated soda water" would give it away, but apparently you were fed arsenic as a child.
Wrong, wrong, and wrong. There is no juice in soda. Lactic acid causes coagulation in milk and is not a part of its makeup. Citric acid is a powder. http://oi39.tinypic.com/ajte29.jpg
People allergic to water suffer rashes when their skin comes into contact with water—not when they drink it. Are you saying that instead of a terrible troll, you're actually a moron?
I imagine the fats in the milk make a barrier around the irritating traces in the drinking water that might affect the more sensitive parts of her digestive track. Much the same way that something makes a barrier between your brain and the world around you.
What's more, no one is allergic to H2O. Rather, they are allergic to other minerals that are commonly found in drinking water.
No one is allergic to hydrogen and oxygen. The human body is incapable of being allergic to those elements. Those elements are in the air we breath. Seriously, what is your major malfunction?
You don't understand chemistry. We are physically incapable of being allergic to hydrogen and oxygen. How can she breath if she's allergic to those?
Lol! No more, kid. Go to school. Go directly to school. Do not pass graduation. Do not collect your diploma.
Fun fact: there are no proteins in H2O. Thank you for ending your farcical rant for me.
You had it right before you put your special touch on it. Next time, just leave it as you found it on whatever website you got that from. You won't look as silly. People are allergic to proteins. Water has no proteins. End of story.
A very strange thing to hear coming from you. The daily mail is a tabloid and you still have provided any evidence to back up your claim that the people are allergic to pure, unadulterated H2O. Keep at it, though. I've got hours of time left to wait and you make for excellent entertainment.
It's very simple. Pure water does not produce an immune response. That's really all their is to it. If you can't accept that the allergies are to various additives and contaminates that are often found in water, I can't help you. Seriously, take a single biology class and ask your professor.
This is all to say nothing about how you believe there are fruit juices in soda (even though many of them specifically state the opposite on the bottle), lactic acid is in milk even though it would coagulate it, and a powder makes up the bulk of orange juice. Lol.
I have a feeling you don't even know what distillation is.Actually, I know you don't because distilled water is not pure, unadulterated H2O. Why are you talking about skin treatment now? What happened to drinking? Please tell me again how milk and OJ don't have water in them.
I've already debunked your early arguments as to why soda, OJ, and milk don't have water. You'll have to come up with new ones; you can't just keep saying it. What are they made up of if not water, juice, lactic acid, or citric acid?
Actually, they're both 99% water. Are you telling me you've never made a cup of tea in your life? Lol!
Ahaha, 50% water? When I make tea, I use three tea bags and a gallon of water. You're starting to bore me with your idiocy. That's 128 ounces of water and 0.65625 ounces of tea. That's 99.8291015625% water. Sorry, please play again!
Theres water in both milk and oj...so you're not immortal, just stupid
I may be wrong this once(but I'm not), but you'll always be an idiot
I already looked it up, but if you dont have it, why are you not drinking water
youre needlessly putting your health and life at risk...
To conclude that there is no water in OJ and milk is borderline retarded. What do you suppose makes up the bulk of their makeup?
Yep but this gut is way over the borderline retarded stage :)
Milk and orange juice contain water in them.
My exwife has been drinking nothing but diet coke since she was 14.....so I guess that makes her a god!! :-)D
Not immortal, but you're trolling us.
Ask a beer drinker how long you can live without water... you got a long way to go to break a record or anything.
Are you god?