+165 The less water tastes, the better it tastes, amirite?

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Try demineralized water please and get back to me.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Would you say if it tasted less like demineralized water, it'd taste better?

by Anonymous 4 months ago

No, demoralized it's worse. The minerals add flavor

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I drink RO water in my house and love it

by Anonymous 4 months ago

This isn't even remotely true

by Anonymous 4 months ago

The same is true of ass.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

lol

by Anonymous 4 months ago

My father was in semiconductor manufacturing and he brought home some of the ultrapure water that they use. It did not taste good at all.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

This isn't actually true, and very pure water should not be drank

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Drinking distilled water can leach minerals from your body.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Drink distilled water and come back

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Distilled water is the best tasting water

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Yeah, that's why we mix it with stuff to make it taste worse...

by Anonymous 4 months ago

The colder it tastes, the better

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Its temperature is its flavor.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Waters flavor IS it's temperature. Did you know that?

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Nope. We have lots of limescale in our tap water here and it tastes amazing. My ex from the North of UK used to rave about the water being purer and tasting better up North but it was actually horrible.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Yep. The Shenandoah Valley in Virginia is full of gray-blue limestone. The well water there is *phenomenal*.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

It depends on people's tastes: some prefer hard water, some don't. Which often has to do with what they're used to, or what they grew up with. And if you don't want to make it part of your identity you should be able to get used to other types of water.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I don't think it's going to become part of my identity lol

by Anonymous 4 months ago

The best water I tasted was in a cave waterfall

by Anonymous 4 months ago

It tastes much better with electrolytes in it

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Brawndo the thirsty mutilator

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Try giving up water for a week and y'll see how beautiful it tastes.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Had the spring water from the roman bath in Bath, England once and it was amazing.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

The water in my home town tasted heavily or iron...when I moved away, I couldn't figure out why water everywhere else tasted weird. ...it's just that it didn't have a taste...

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Try fresh versus salt water and get back to me

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I'm not sure what remains in Zero water, but those filters turn gag water into crack.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I would almost say the flavor of water (pure within reason) depends more on the temperature than the exact impurities in it. Cold water is just far better than warm.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

That's vodka you're thinking of, not water. You shouldn't be drinking distilled water.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

Soft water is good to wash in - cloths, bodies, etc. Hard water is better to drink. The less something tastes like water, the better.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

So true. So confusing but still satisfying when you realize it's true.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I know, those little cups of yellow salty water at the Dr's office taste terrible.

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I sometimes think Tap water is better than mineral water! Even they taste better!

by Anonymous 4 months ago

I'd argue that good well water tastes superior to purified water. Trace minerals give some character to the profile. Well water can also be the worst. All depends on the geology of the groundwater.

by Anonymous 4 months ago