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Wetlook or WAM scenes may include:

  • Going out in or getting caught in the rain
  • Accidentally or deliberately getting wet by sprinklers
  • Being pushed in, falling in, swimming, diving, jumping or wading into water - the ocean, lakes, ponds, rivers, swimming pools, etc.
  • Falling into or playing in mud or dirty water
  • Getting covered in or playing with food or other messy substances e.g. pudding, pies, syrup, "slime", etc.

A wetlook scene involves a person (generally female) in some situation where they end up in wet or soaked clothes - anything other than traditional swimwear, such as:

  • a blouse, shirt, sweater, or camisole
  • a skirt or dress
  • a business suit or jacket
  • underwear (bra, panties, garter/garters, corset)
  • socks, stockings or pantyhose
  • shoes or boots (heels, sandals, trainers)
  • a coat (raincoat, trenchcoat, etc.)
  • jeans, slacks or pants, t-shirt, tank top, or halter top
  • accessories such as gloves, hat, scarf, etc.

A messy scene involves a person (generally female) in some situation where they get partly or completely covered in some sort of messy substance e.g. food or mud. It generally does not matter how a person is clothed, if at all.

See also: All productions (mainstream movies, TV, commercials, music videos) known to contain wet (wetlook) or messy (WAM) scenes