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Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by JimmyShoo, 30 November 2009 Social URL.

  1. JimmyShoo

    JimmyShoo Well-Known Member

    Do you drink TAP Bottled or filtered water???

    I drink tap at home as it is nice and fresh no nasty tasting additives. But at my aunts on Coventry it tastes like weak bleach.

    I have a water filter too which i use when i remember to fill it up LOL.

    I also buy fizzy water to add my flavouring to for a fizzy fix.

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  3. Guru

    Guru Well-Known Member

    Bottled. Usually sparkling as I find it fills me up more. Although at work I just fill my bottle up from the water cooler
  4. mrsessex

    mrsessex Well-Known Member

    Tap every time :) unless im out and need some i'll buy evian from a shop

    Tap water here is lovely (thankgod!)
  5. doingitwell

    doingitwell Well-Known Member

    i drink tap and bottled.
  6. AlexIce

    AlexIce Well-Known Member

    Bottles - both fizzy and still. The water here smells of chemicals.
  7. Lizzylocket

    Lizzylocket Winning a losing battle!

    I drink tap but through a water filter thingy.
  8. lottie***

    lottie*** Well-Known Member

    i have all, water from cooler at work, tap water from home, sparkling and still from bottle!! xx
  9. onlyme!

    onlyme! is a naughty girl...

    I hate Volvic water! I drink tap water :)
  10. misspinkkat

    misspinkkat Can hug her knees :)

    I only drink bottled god I sound like a snob lol xx
  11. Chlo

    Chlo Well-Known Member

    Bottled water everytime. Can't stand tap water, did try Brita but still can't stand the taste.

    Strangely I was bought up in Coventry and always drank tap water there, but then when I went to uni and moved away I can't stand the taste anywhere else, as I need that 'Coventry chemical taste'
  12. lancslass53

    lancslass53 Well-Known Member

    every morning i fill up a 2 litre and 2 500 ml bottles up from the water filter jug, dont like the taste straight from the tap, filtering it makes it taste a lil better,i even have a filter kettle as well.
    if im at a friends i will have a glassful from the tap and if im out ill get a bottle of still, fizzy stuff gives me heartburn ;)
  13. doubledebra

    doubledebra Back 2 finish my journey

    i drink tap water but only from my bathroom not the kitchen, when i tell my OH it tastes different he laughs at me but i swear it does and it gets colder then the kitchen tap :)
  14. parisbeach

    parisbeach Well-Known Member

    I drink nothing but bottled water, tapwater here dont taste right to me.
  15. Falafel

    Falafel Well-Known Member

    I can't say I have ever noticed!! I drink tap water, but only if it is really cold, I refill my bottles and store them in the fridge, I only buy bottled if I am out and about and forgot to take some with me or if I need to replace my bottles as you are not really meant to reuse them. I drink fizzy water but only with the orange water flavouring, don't like it plain.
  16. Mat

    Mat taking control (again)

    I moved to an area near Coventry just over 5 years ago. Yes, the water is rather nasty. A Brita water filter is all that's needed to sort it out though. ;)
  17. kellyv81

    kellyv81 Well-Known Member

    Hi ya,
    I drink bottled water!
    Our tap water tastes like a swimming pool, I get 12 liters from Tescos for £1.83 so not too bad but not great!
    Oh well x x

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