my roommate: "if you have a humidifier and a dehumidifier in the same room, you can transmit water wirelessly"

@twitter if it is, it's the most useless i've ever heard

@chr get free water with this simple trick! bottled water companies hate it!

@chr if you have a cup and a bottle of water, you can also transmit water wirelessly

@trwnh @chr if you have a tube or hose, you can also transmit water wirelessly.

@chr @trwnh my apartment is wired for water, but I have tubeless internet.

@chr i hate this

i hate that it's technically right but also bad

@InspectorCaracal @chr i was still thinking of water balloons but yes also good

@nightpool @chr ah yes

I was thinking of the fact you can take the water out and put it back in; water balloons are more single-use

@chr @nightpool or wait it should be a usb cable

because all those different usb adaptor types

I just like to put them in the same room and let them fight it out

@chr Steven Wright, "You ever put a humidifier and a dehumidifier in the same room and make them fight?"

@chr This is different from normal water transfer systems which use wires to send the water

@chr your roommate might be a witch. Or a genius.

Dammit. Ever since I read that this morning I've been thinking about it. All day long. #BrainWorm

@chr does your roommate know that water transmission uses pipes and ducts so it's technically already wireless

@typhlosion @chr

Pipes are a type of wire
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Change my mind

Even you use a hose, it is "wire" less transfer... 🙄
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