- 19 Mar 2007
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Hitch":2kg6q44o said:Whats the problem, it says water on the bottle!
What does one expect? Its not like the label is misleading, no pictures of mountain springs filtering through volcanic rock.....just a picture of a glass of water.
If you ran the tap for a minute or two the tap water would be far cleaner than bottled table water that has been sat at room temperature for several days in a warehouse and store shelf, in a clear bottle.Matt@":2nxo7ytg said:lol I buy this stuff as at my workplace the water sits in the pipes. In my experience, drinking from a supply that isnt used much is a recipe for the sh*ts at the best of times! So how much better are the branded waters deemed spring water (and more expensive) Also, just been to Sardinia where we drank bottled water only - bought cheapo stuff at Lidl - I would think that is a better bet than drinking straight from the tap so there is a market for this type of product and as long as the labelling is truthful whats the problem?
Jonzjob":5056at2c said:Wot? Like beer! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: That's naturally carbonated, better still!
Going back through several hundred years eh =D> =D>
We do, we do, and grow our own chickens and ducks and I have never bought any bottled water. I have always assumed its a rip off so all this comes as no surprise.Hitch":2wn2yrtt said:Well, they could fill their own bottle, but you could also grow your own vegetables, and bake your own bread....