Explanation: “Wet” is something that is liquid or has liquid on or in it. For example, a towel gets wet when you use it to soak up water; the street gets wet when it rains. Water is wet because it is a liquid. A watermelon isn’t really wet on the outside (unless it has been rained on or washed) but it does have lots of liquid on the inside. So a wet fruit, is a watermelon. Mmmm!
Soon it will be summer here in the north and the watermelon will start growing again. I can’t wait!
Thanks “Tree” for sending the joke.