I've heard WET as "Write Expressive Tests".
In the context of unit tests (TDD-style), it is better to have independent unit tests that are not dependent on other unit tests or convenience functions (such as set-up or tear-down). So, indeed, these kinds of unit tests violate DRY because they embrace WET.
As a consequence, WET ("Write Expressive Tests") does mean WET ("We Enjoy Typing").
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