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Hi gang.

               Is bottled water worth buying or is tap water just as good ?.

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5 minutes ago, samboy said:

Hi gang.

               Is bottled water worth buying or is tap water just as good ?.

                                                                                                       Thanks all.

if i was going to use tap water as a spa water i would put it thro a filter first....once thro a filter i doubt you or anyone will taste the difference

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I have now been drinking tap water for almost 82 years and apart from a bit of sciatica and a troublesome hip, I consider myself pretty fit.  Lots of other stuff out there which will kill you earlier than you would wish but tap water is not one of them. Bottled water is a scam in my view and I howl when I see these women in particular walking around carrying a bottle and they are only doing a mile circuit of the village.

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It depends where you are drawing your water.

If you have access to a  nice drop of Scottish or Peak District tap water, why would you buy bottled?

London water  however 🤮

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2 hours ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

The best thing about buying plastic bottles of water is that when empty you can fill them with tap water!  

You're as tight as me 😁.

Their was a TV programme on the subject not too long ago . The findings were that tap water is much better for you than bottled water.

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1 hour ago, mel b3 said:

You're as tight as me 😁.

Their was a TV programme on the subject not too long ago . The findings were that tap water is much better for you than bottled water.

you are right...........but put it thro a filter...and after a few times look at the filter :w00t:

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5 hours ago, ditchman said:

you are right...........but put it thro a filter...and after a few times look at the filter :w00t:

That's just calcium , it's good for your bones 🙂.

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Our tap water has a lot of fluoride in it and you can smell it. It's okay for making tea etc, but not (for me anyway) drinking. I purchased a BRITA water filter jug and it's excellent. It allows generic filters to be used, which are a lot cheaper. 

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6 hours ago, ditchman said:

you are right ....but there is slimy stuff as well 

The slimy stuff is to keep your joints well lubricated , and your stools loose  😄

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3 minutes ago, mel b3 said:

The slimy stuff is to keep your joints well lubricated , and your stools loose  😄

the movement of the hamster keeps my stool loose thank you very much

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28 minutes ago, Vince Green said:

If you live in London you are drinking Thames water. You will be about the fifth person to have drunk it by the time it gets to you.

and as WC Fields said, when asked why he didn't drink water - "Fish fornicate in it"

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30 minutes ago, Vince Green said:

If you live in London you are drinking Thames water. You will be about the fifth person to have drunk it by the time it gets to you.

Hhhahaaa.........not far off the truth that

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46 minutes ago, bluesj said:

If you're tap water smelt and tasted like ours you wouldn't be asking!

Ours is like a muddy swimming pool!

i told you that would happen when you went a fracking............:lol:

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