Good to know we all have opinions on the quality of water. o_o
At 1/23/13 06:32 PM, Metal-Therapy wrote:
What about living off seltzer water and pomegranate juice, then?
I'm not sure how to respond to that.
At 1/23/13 07:15 PM, Diablifrit wrote:
Bottled Tears of Orphan Children!
That would probably waste a lot of time and resources.
At 1/23/13 10:21 PM, Magical-Zorse wrote:
Why pay a ridiculous amount more for the same water?
Not everyone has glorious tap water, but I guess we're all from different parts of the world so some/most of us haven't gone through that.
At 1/24/13 03:51 AM, Tstelie wrote:
i only drink water that been filtered to contain 0-5ppm dissolved solids
the limit for nominera lbottled water is 300+
Can't say I ever examined a bottle of water that closely.
At 1/24/13 04:14 PM, WadeFulp wrote:
If your tap water doesn't taste good just get something like a Brita water pitcher to keep in the fridge.
A Brita water pitcher? I'll have to do a Google Search.
At 1/24/13 04:29 PM, Saen wrote:
I filter my tap water with a Brita pitcher. That's how most students I know get their drinking water, it tastes great and is much cheaper than bottled.
Sounds like there's a bunch of different types of water filters. Brita water pitchers =/= Purifiers, or are they essentially the same thing in price and function?
At 1/24/13 04:37 PM, Havegum wrote:
I guess it depends on where you live, but the tap water where I am is pretty much equal to the bottled which is good since I pretty much only drink water.
My water's not bad enough that I'd say it tastes like garbage. It's this white foam that forms on the top that concerns me. It's got something of a metallic taste, but we've been drinking it so long it's become a non-issue.