That’s not spring water, that is sprouting water.
How hard was it to cap those bottles in the factory?
This makes me think of the Elvis movie “Follow That Dream.” Each time his Pop (Arthur O’Connell) would use the new improved outhouse: “Too much pressure!”
Springy, ain’t it?
Looks like a Water Fountain
Spring has sprung.
Chalk one up for truth in advertising.;-D
I can’t keep this bottled up any longer. At the start up I bought 1,000 shares in the Natural Springs bottling company because I just knew their new water based drink would make a big splash in the market place.
seems too springy.
I hate it when I open a bottle and that happens.
Actually, if it’s carbonated, that can happen with altitude differences. I had a boss back in the 80s who said he worked at either Sandia or White Sands. He said some beverages bottled closer to sea level would do just that when opened at altitude.
Fraud! There are no springs in it!
The bottles should read, “Artesian Spring Water.”
This would have been relevant a few days ago.
June 27, 2016
June 28, 2021