Delicious Natural Bottled Water

From a mountain, to a stream, to a dam, to a tap, to a bottle... but what else goes into making that delicious drop of bottled water? Dan Ilic finds out.

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+35 1. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

The IT-Crowd comes to mind somehow ;)

But good point, stop buying bottled water FFS, it's just filtered tap and it's destroying the earth.
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+4 2. prekazi commented 11 years ago

The message is Ok and we need to know some facts, but the voice of the narrator or speaker is :S :S :S
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+4 3. irishgek commented 11 years ago

Terrorism at its best !
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+25 4. Siruss commented 11 years ago

These are the types of commercials that should be pumped out over and over again on TV.
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+6 5. deadhorse commented 11 years ago

Have you tried forcing an unexpected reboot?
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+6 6. huldu commented 11 years ago

#4 What he said. Because it's true.
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+4 7. cretia commented 11 years ago

The bastards still advertise it as refreshing spring water when its really filtered tap water that has been sitting in a bottle for so long that bacteria is more concentrated
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+1 8. Zebulun commented 11 years ago

I'm enjoying my bottled water right now as a matter of fact.

When I'm done, I'll throw it away and then I'll put on my baby seal skin coat, go start my car and let it run all day for no reason.
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+4 9. LaoMa commented 11 years ago

Where I'm standing, we recycle nearly all the bottles several times. And who buys bottled water in the 1st world countries anyway? Tap water is way cleaner and cheaper too...
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+3 10. Sizzlik (admin) commented 11 years ago

#9 Indeed..i myself never buy bottled water..i fill a soda bottle several times with simple tap water..since its as clean as the sold water here. Water in plastic bottles is only usefull in disaster areas where they have no fresh water suppy. And its a fail to say this plastic bottles are super pollution..they can be recycled to clothing..or cloth in a PVC bottle is pure evil is just half true
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-1 11. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

For those of you who might want a bit more informative aspect to this problem.
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-3 12. LenarHoyt commented 11 years ago

God damn it people. I dont know what country do you live in, but here 85% of "bottled" water is MINERAL water. That means it have to contain 1000 mg/l minerals like Mg, Ca, Na and stuff like that. So bottled water does make sense. However, package might be the problem, but there still have to be some.