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Old December 26, 2010, 12:43 PM
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Don't know about all the other reasons, but the only time I drank from a bottle of that, it tasted bad. Not 'bad' like make you sick, just awful, like chalky.

Was in the fridge and hadn't been there that long. When they distill water, do they do something weird that makes it taste funny?

Didn't get sick, didn't shrivel up like a prune. Just tasted kind of chalky and awful. Highly recommend against drinking it, you may get a funny look on your face.

I like the cold...
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Old January 2, 2011, 11:32 AM
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Default Shouldn't this thread be moved to Off Topic now? lol

Originally Posted by LarkStarr View Post
this is going doooowwnnnn hill fast XD

but gator/powerade does help a lot for hydration.
I don't know if downhill is a good enough description; this thread is way off track!

I do like how the topic went from a source for CPU/GPU cooling to human cooling and hydration.
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Old January 2, 2011, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Perineum View Post
Distilled water is just pure water. No reason to drink it. Next cleanest would be reverse osmosis cleaned water...
Yes and no. RO/DI water is equivalent of triple distillated water.
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