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Why is it called 'quicksand' when you are actually drowning slowly? watch

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    Random question but has it ever crossed your mind?
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quick_condition
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    Because you're quickly sinking into it
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    Old English quick meant "lively" or "living" so it's literally living sand
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    so where dyou end up?
    .......buried in sand?
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    (Original post by officiallycool14)
    so where dyou end up?
    .......buried in sand?
    You don't actually sink all the way in, the real danger is not being able to get out and dying of dehydration or starvation if no one finds you.

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