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The Story of Bottled Water

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1st Dec 2009, 02:22   | tags:,,


crickson says:

They used to flog these as having 'healing properties' at the Christmas market in Leeds.

Nice shot though.

1st Dec 2009, 04:04

bethmadethis says:

They still do!

1st Dec 2009, 10:12

Jane Doe says:

Great stuff. Looking forward to your take on Advent this year

1st Dec 2009, 10:20

hildegard says:

Heh, they were claiming that the lamps had "natural ionising properties" but mercifully, the magical thinking seemed to stop there.

As is traditional, I've started Advent with a respiratory infection & am considering blogging tinsel-wrapped Day Nurse for my first Day...

1st Dec 2009, 13:13

Joe says:

This is a beauty!

1st Dec 2009, 13:21

Jane Doe says:

Sorry to hear that. Spouse is celebrating the first day of Adsvent in bed with the after effects of swine flu vaccine, taken to try and prevent him potentially missing any more time off work. Ho ho ho.

1st Dec 2009, 13:23

hildegard says:

Not likely to be the vax unless he had that several days before going symptomatic. More likely he's picked up a little something out in that welter of insanitary behaviour we call the "community". I was in a supermarket yesterday & watched a chap blow his nose on his fingers, wipe the debris on his coat & go right back to leafing through the magazines...

1st Dec 2009, 17:59

Spidermonkey says:

They are so very pretty, they really don't need the weird marketing b**l**** :) The light is gorgeous.

'Natural ionisation' does sound rather lovely, but somehow 'makes charged atoms' sounds less attractive (and indeed plausible). Think I will stick to naturally forming ions the old fashioned way by dissolving it in some water.

1st Dec 2009, 18:13