This post started to stray once you said "in".
Since 'in' is the opposite of 'out'.
Also, water is wet.
You would still have to be inside a room of some sort, or else in a hallway. Thus putting you inside. Just think about it.
But you'd be outside at the same time. And we all know that out > in so that would make you outside. Just think about it.
Not always. You could be inside a house but outside a room so you'd still be outside. Just think about it.
And you would be inside the universe, so therefore you would be inside.
But outside the realm of comprehension.
Think about it, man.
I am not a man but thank you for your interest.
So if we built an underground house would you be inside?
yes. That's another example of being inside.
and maybe we're always inside, b/c we are always in a country (or ocean, etc.)....? We can be inside of one thing but outside another. I'm in the house but out of the closet right now. But if you don't count being in a building to be inside, what is "inside" to you?
Well, if you're inside a house that's inside a house, then you'd be inside.
...but the post says the opposite?
Or does it?
it's funny how people are trying to explain this seriously.