Now that all the Who-pla has died down, we can get back to talking about Real Science.
Indications from the Cassini mission show that Saturn's moon Titan appears to look very similar to Earth, with seas, continents, weather, and land features carved by erosion. However, on Titan, which is far too cold for water to flow, the liquid is made of hydrocarbons--methane, mostly, and in such quantities that, if we were able to bring it to Earth, there would not be enough oxygen to burn it all.
Imagine a sea twice the size of Lake Michigan, composed of a cocktail of liquid methane, ethane, propane, butane, ethylene and even a trace of cyanogens. And that this sea is not the largest one on Titan.
Don't. Strike. A. Match.