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There were 3 neighbors named Solid, Liquid, and Gas. One day, they all wanted to go out to eat.
Am I late yet?
HAHAHAHA come on Solid. We're hungry we still have to look for a place to eat.
Oh, just take your time. It's not like we're freezing here or anything.
After 20 minutes of walking around town, they found a diner that wasn't filled with many people.
This one looks decent and look, there aren't much people inside.
Yeah, I can't wait to order something hot. I'm freezing!
Come on, let's go inside before all the seats are taken.
Once they have settled down, they started talking about almost everything until they started talking about matter.
Liquids are similar to gases because their molecules are also moving. But its molecules are loosely packed. That's why you can still see them.
Did you guys know that solids' molecules are tightly packed and cannot move?
Yeah, then gases' molecules are very loose and are freely moving.
I can say the same for liquids. They only take up the space of its container.
Solids have their own shape right?
Yes, while gases don't. They expand to take up the shape of its container.
I'm more amazed with liquids though. Because it doesn't have its own shape but it has its own volume.
Honestly, it just amazes me how solids can be seen anywhere.
For me, gases are more interesting because due to their loose molecules, they are still found everywhere. They also don't have their own volume and shape.
When it was almost night time, they all decided to head home because it's colder at night.
Let's go before it snows harder.
I know right. I'm glad we all went out together.
This was such a good day. Time flew so fast it's already almost 6pm.
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