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Fancy Water, Fancy People

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Waters that come in perfectly cylindrical bottles with frosted glass effect are not intended for human consumption,

Leave these waters for the people who think they’re sophisticated for their choice of bottled water, the world’s least sophisticated and most common liquid, in a container that pretty much amounts to a hideously overpriced spaghetti container.

Tap water is fine. I really do hope that H2o-sophisticates actually reuse their VOSS water bottles for other means – pasta, spare change etc.

– no hard feelings towards the VOSS company that makes these bottles, they’re actually not very expensive at all. Probably because they don’t have to pay for any traditional glass-curving process…. ย 

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13 thoughts on “Fancy Water, Fancy People

  1. I think it’s called “easy money”… Did you read about the bottled water with bits of gold in it? That’s crazy! D:

    Posted by miusho | June 22, 2015, 1:50 pm

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