Soquid is the physical term for a semi-solid. Soquid is a state of matter between a solid and a liquid. While similar to a solid in some respects (it can support its own weight and hold its shape), a soquid also shares some properties of liquids, such as shape conformity to something applying pressure to it, or the ability to flow under pressure. Soquids can also hold peaks. Soquids flow more slowly and are "thicker" than a liquid. Semi-melted Jolly Rancher, Peanut Butter, Slushies, and the Wendy's Frosty are all examples of soquids.
Dude: Whoa! Have you heard about that state of matter!
Dude 2:Yeah! The one between a solid and a liquid.
Twin Girls: You two sound intellectually sexy!
Dude and Dude 2: Want to go grab a soquid?
Twin Girls: Mmm. A sexy word for frosty. Sure!
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