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Luxury Water?

What. The. Fuck.

http://www.blingh2o.com/

I like the opening page (what guy wouldn’t), but seriously. I guess this is just the logical end point of the whole bottled water craze. We now have the “Rolls-Royce” of water in bottles adorned with Swarovski crystals.

Now please excuse me while I look outside for 4 horsemen…

Mmmm… humanity.

Don’t be fooled by the fancy packaging. This stuff actually comes from a backyard rusty garden hose in New Jersey.

[quote]Kuz wrote:
What. The. Fuck.

http://www.blingh2o.com/

I like the opening page (what guy wouldn’t), but seriously. I guess this is just the logical end point of the whole bottled water craze. We now have the “Rolls-Royce” of water in bottles adorned with Swarovski crystals.

Now please excuse me while I look outside for 4 horsemen…[/quote]

I’d laugh if this “spring water” was connected to a sewer run-off!

Oh well, at least it’s bottled in glass and not #1 plastic.

[quote]Yo Momma wrote:
Don’t be fooled by the fancy packaging. This stuff actually comes from a backyard rusty garden hose in New Jersey.[/quote]

You dont know what you’re talking about…

It comes from Lake Hopatcong filtered through Newark’s drain runoff sewer system.

My backyard has new, rust-proof hoses.

[quote]BluePfaltz wrote:
Yo Momma wrote:
Don’t be fooled by the fancy packaging. This stuff actually comes from a backyard rusty garden hose in New Jersey.

You dont know what you’re talking about…

It comes from Lake Hopatcong filtered through Newark’s drain runoff sewer system.

My backyard has new, rust-proof hoses.

[/quote]

You are correct. But I was referring to their mineral water, not their purified stuff.

[quote]Doug Adams wrote:
Oh well, at least it’s bottled in glass and not #1 plastic.[/quote]

Thank God for that little slice of heaven… and so worth it at $34 a bottle. :wink:

on serious note, the phrase “selling water by the side of the river” used to mean something. every lake in the adirondacks has posted a mercury hazard. that’s every lake in the adirondacks that i grew up fishing in i can no longer eat fish from. water prices are only going to keep rising.