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Dear 7-11: Your sign for "Ice-cold water" makes no sense. When water is as cold as ice, it's frozen -- and called ice. amirite?

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It's an exaggeration. Plus it's possible for water to be liquid at below freezing temperatures.

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You could not have said that better

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@Gavin You could not have said that better

notjustanothergirl is right, if the pressure is increased enough or the right substances are dissolved in it then water can remain a liquid at 0 degrees celsius.

actually, water and ice can be at the same temperature, it just depends on the length of time its at that temperature

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This belongs on DearBlankPleaseBlank.com
Just sayin....

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