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The 4th element required to summon Captain Planet
EARTH
FIRE
WIND
WATER
HEART

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By your powers combined, I am Captain Planet!
by Captain Planet Summoner January 27, 2005
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What you get when you combine two Hydrogen atoms and a single Oxygen atom. Try it, it's fun to make on those rainy days. Or if it is raining you could go outside and just hold a cup out and catch some of this mystical substance known as water.
Water is what the oceans are made of.
by Dan the Man February 23, 2005
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An abundant liquid that is very addicting. Everyone, including Chuck Norris, need this type of particular chemical in them, daily. Water is consist of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. It's very addicting compare to other drinks. Alcohol comes in second against the legendary water. No one can survive without this common "chemical." Water is an essential part of life. Our body is made up of 98% of this addicting chemical. Water can be either sell legally or illegally.
**Diffy EQ**
David: Dr. Tang, may I get a drink of water.
Dr. Tang: No.
David: I need my common daily chemical or I'll die.
Dr. Tang: Sure.
**David at Chick-fil-A**
David: I want the ultimate meal.
Manager: Alrighty, what would you like to drink?
David: Water...the essence of life...
Manager: But you get free coke with "the ultimate meal."
David: God dammit sir! I just want my water!
by BenchMax345 February 20, 2008
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A prefix analogous to the suffix -gate, denoting a scandal. Derived from the Watergate scandal.
Investigator 1: "Heavens to Betsy!"
Investigator 2: "You didn't seriously just say that. What is it?"
Investigator 1: "From the looks of these financial records, it looks like the mayor embezzled some of the federal grant money he received to build that water gate to protect the town from floods."
Investigator 2: "Really? Well I'll be a monkey's uncle - you're right!"
Investigator 1: "What to call this scandal...I've got it! Because it's a scandal involving a gate, we can add the prefix 'water-' and call it watergate!"
Investigator 2: "No, that's already taken. I think it would be better, since it's a scandal involving water, to add the suffix '-gate' and call it watergate! No, wait, never mind, that's the same thing."
Investigator 1: "Since it's a scandal involving a water gate, let's add the prefix 'water-' and the suffix '-gate' and call it waterwatergategate!"
Investigator 2: "Brilliant! Just rolls right off the tongue."
by Nicholas D December 16, 2011
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