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Q: How's your water in the big containers?

Recently a report said that there was dodgey water in Beijing. Worms and funny things grow in it, An expert suggested to use it within 3 days. I have never had a problem here with water and alien creatures in it. I stock up over the summer break, so how is your water?

8 years 10 weeks ago in  Food  - Hangzhou

 
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I don drink any water here unless boiled for coffee or i just drink coke

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omg that's disgusting ! do you have the link to the article ?

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Before you judge someone walk a mile in their shoes, that way you're a mile away and you have their shoes!

 
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you mean for the water dispensers???????????

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i read some bug eggs were found in the cap of a nongfu spring water bottle, maybe on this site?

I think all water has some risk but it think its small( a tiny percentage will ever experience it)...Ive never had a problem with the big water dispenser bottles or from any or the small bottles...

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BOIL, BOIL, BOIL! My school provides me with the large bottles of water and a dispenser. Frankly, I use the large bottled water only for washing dishes. I boil my drinking water.

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do not trust

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Well I heard that story about the bottled water but how would you ever know? If the water is off a little you are going to suffer a short bout of diarrhea. I use tap water to wash dishes and boil eggs and bottled water for cooking food in like pasta or dumplings. Certainly boil water for coffee!!
The small bottles of water you need to be careful of keeping for more than a few days. take off the lid and have a sniff. Slightly off? Toss it.
You can lead a horse to water but.........
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I left my water bottle for two weeks (I was on holiday) when I returned it was green.

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Tired of dirt and lies.

 
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