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    Yeah Perrier was around in the 80s although wasn't that fizzy water? Then the explosion of bottled water in the 90s, good old Evian, not sure if they are trolling or not as that's Naive backwards!

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    It was advertised on TV in the 1980s - I have seen a few ad breaks on YT that advertises Perrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post

    Remember that midlands company last year that was filing their bottles from the taps and selling it on
    Were they based in Buxton in Derbyshire, hence Buxton Natural Mineral Water?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George 1978 View Post
    Were they based in Buxton in Derbyshire, hence Buxton Natural Mineral Water?
    Canít remember sorry ...


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    I sometimes wonder when the media talks about water shortage (or scarcity) if the problem is now only evident because a large chunk of the planet's water supply is now sitting in shops/warehouses/factories in bottles, whereas it never used to be pre-80s.

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    I thought that water was an endless thing simply because if we can fill the world's oceans with the stuff, then surely we can run a bath and flush toilets with the stuff. Also, when we drink water, it leaves our body after a few hours and, shall we say, re-enters the system via the sewage works when we flush the toilets. The water that we drink has been rumoured to be the same water that out ancestors have drunk all those years ago.

    Will the Daily Mail be complaining about an oxygen shortage next? After all, what does the O in H2O actually stand for?
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