So, creamy peanut butter is creamy and chunky peanut butter includes chunks of peanuts.
Does that mean that regular water is creamy and water with ice is chunky water?
@Thumperchick I agree…but that’s what I think of milk…good vs chunky
/giphy gag me
No. Water with ice cubes is soup.
@rockblossom More properly, soup with chunks is called “stew”.
@mike808 Depends on the size of the chunks. Add heat, and water with ice cubes could be stew, then soup, then water, then steam.
The answer is, YES. And I don’t get how that would be gross, even in a comedic manner. You people are weird.
I thought chunky water was chum.
@ybmuG you’re thinking of chumky water
Water doesn’t have the consistency of a “cream”, so it isn’t creamy. Water with ice may be accurately described as chunky. Especially if the ice to liquid water ratio is in favor of ice.
No creamy requires fats. So water can not be creamy
/giphy phat water
@CaptAmehrican in some places, water can be creamy. Wasn’t that a whole deal in Flint, MI?
@CaptAmehrican @djslack too soon …
I went to Google to look for other chunky things, and instead I found Chunky the bulldog, who will balance “entire meals” on his chin …
@stolicat oh he is so darn cute! I just want to grab him and give him a hug!!
@tinamarie1974 just don’t crush the tacos …
@stolicat you can have the tacos. I want that puppy!
no, but it does mean cereal is a chunky soup.