• Brita water filters are fucking amazing.
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I have one of this. Its so refreshing! especially when its cold. its just so clean crisp. its like you actually got it from a mountain!
huh? seems like a waste of money.
Yes, purified water doesn't have fluoride which is necessary, but you can get it from elsewhere. Most other chemicals in tap are bad, including chlorine.
Scotland don't need no filters. Our water's fine as it is.
Bottled water in glass bottle, nothing beats that.
[QUOTE=Rixxz2;21034725]What the almighty [B]FUCK[/B]?[/QUOTE] Insects lay their eggs in the grain, we harvest it, make in into cereal. Put some in an incubator for a week or so and you'll see.
I've a Brita filter at home, and the water from it is DEFINITELY superior to tap water. Tastes fresher and purer. The only way i'd be able to procure purer water would be if I burned hydrogen...
Tap water in my area is super good, I prefer it than bottled water.
[url]http://www.macon.com/2009/06/17/751002/macons-drinking-water-judged-the.html[/url] My town has the #1 tap water in the US. So I'm good bro.
Country of Origin: Norway Region: West Norway State: Hordaland Voss VOSS Artesian Water is amongst the purest waters in the world. Taken from a virgin aquifer shielded for centuries under ice and rock in the untouched wilderness of central Norway. [img]http://web.mac.com/resourcesforlife/journal/writings/Entries/2007/7/22_VOSS_Water_from_Norway_files/shapeimage_1.jpg[/img] Fuck yea, Madonna drinks it :D And i live there:smugdog:
[img]http://www.mrmilkman.com/uploads/deerpark32.jpg[/img] This stuff is legit spring water. It tastes good AND vends. :v:
Tap water from places get the water from underground can sometimes taste downright horrid. [QUOTE=Petrussen;21036802] Fuck yea, Madonna drinks it :D [/QUOTE] Uhh, not really helping your case there, buddy.
tap water is best for you, got least amount of chemicals in it at least...
[img] http://frankpaulgambino.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/monster_energy-logo1.jpg [/img] :smug:
[QUOTE=Linelor;21034157]I understand that you didn't actually read the OP, so let me clarify it for you. These things take all the taste-like-shit chemicals out of your tap water via carbon filters and leave you with clean water. The chemicals have already done their job by the point that the water comes out of your faucet so there is no reason for them to be in the water when you drink it. Also, water very much has a flavor. If you haven't noticed this then there's something seriously wrong with your tastebuds, go see a doctor.[/QUOTE] Water really shouldn't have a flavor, it should feel or taste crisp in your mouth but it should not taste like anything. I don't know where the hell you live but here the tapwater (Which I barely drink) tastes just fine. I prefer bottled though; just quicker to grab it and go.
Good old well water here. Tap is for those infrastructure dependent jet-setters.
[QUOTE=InsanePyro;21037514][img] [url]http://frankpaulgambino.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/monster_energy-logo1.jpg[/url] [/img] :smug:[/QUOTE] I doubt your body (especially inner organs) is feeling :smug: though.
[QUOTE=acds;21037604]I doubt your body (especially inner organs) is feeling :smug: though.[/QUOTE] They're fine. And I'll die a happy man :smug:
brush your teeth, makes water ten times better testing after you rinse.
water has a flavor? :monocle:
[QUOTE=Sickle;21037656]brush your teeth, makes water ten times better testing after you rinse.[/QUOTE] That's like saying just mix toothpaste right on in
my water is filtered through the mountain rocks of my homeland. I catch it in a frosted glass as it drips from the sycamore leaf
[QUOTE=GoblinTHC;21035115]WAT Tap water where im from has a horrible chlorine/fluoride taste to it. Running it through a filter (non brandname) takes out all the crap in it making the water taste significantly better. You think drinking chlorine and fluoride is good for you?[/QUOTE] Fluoride is. [quote=Proper Scientific Source] It has been recognized for over five decades that fluoride may have both beneficial and potentially harmful effects on dental health. While the prevalence of dental caries is inversely related to a range of concentrations of fluoride in drinking-water consumed, the prevalence of dental fluorosis has been shown to be positively related to fluoride intake from many sources (Fejerskov et al., 1988, 1996). Public health programmes seeking to maximize the beneficial effects of fluoride on dental health through the introduction of fluoridated drinking-water have, at the same time, strived to minimize its adverse fluorotic effects on teeth. Based upon the studies conducted by Dean and colleagues five decades ago, the "optimum" level of fluoride in drinking-water, associated with the maximum level of dental caries protection and minimum level of dental fluorosis, was considered to be approximately 1 mg/litre. The effects of fluoride on dental health were examined by a WHO Expert Committee (WHO, 1994). [/quote]
I challenge all of you Brita filter users to a double-blind taste test with filtered water and normal tap water. I've got this feeling that the 5$ price tag on it is the only factor in increasing the tastiness of the filtered water. EDIT: Dan Ariely - Predictably Irrational Find that book and read it.
Have one in my fridge.
[QUOTE=Saukkoman;21037827]I challenge all of you Brita filter users to a double-blind taste test with filtered water and normal tap water. I've got this feeling that the 5$ price tag on it is the only factor in increasing the tastiness of the filtered water. EDIT: Dan Ariely - Predictably Irrational Find that book and read it.[/QUOTE] ^-- has never drunk water from a calcium-filled aquifer.
Tap water is better. Halifax has some of the cleanest water in Canada. I went to a tour of the purification plant once. It showed me how clean it is. Most people don't realize that the chlorine and fluorine can just evaporate off if you pour it in a pitcher and leave it in your fridge for a few hours.
[QUOTE=InsanePyro;21037514][img] [url]http://frankpaulgambino.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/monster_energy-logo1.jpg[/url] [/img] :smug:[/QUOTE] Mønster Energy? What.
[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/07/Sierra_Springs_logo.JPG[/img] I can only drink that brand.
[QUOTE=Linelor;21036203]Insects lay their eggs in the grain, we harvest it, make in into cereal. Put some in an incubator for a week or so and you'll see.[/QUOTE] ...Lies. The eggs cant survive the heating ect.
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