Charles should write a piece regarding what the hell he thinks clicked in your head to start reviewing water fountains. Frankly, I think it's the best damn post of the day.
did you actually press your mouth to the spout? ewww...
I second #2's comment.
too cold hurts the teeth of those of us with sensitive teeth! be sensitive--punny!--to this marginalized group, for life for us is a series of too-cold fountains and too-iced glasses!
I agree: not too cold, please. I do like a nice powerful stream, though.
There; a gift for all you out-of-context quoters.
Back home we call that a bubbler.
Approximate H to O ratio: 2
OH OHOOH...are you gonna I review the fountain on the Stranger's editorial floor?
You put your mouth on it?!?!?!
Note to self: Start writing extensive, pointless reviews of Charles' pretentious blog posts.
Umm, pressing my mouth against the spout would automatically case a deduction of 30-40 points. that is just dag nasty. ick.
Best water is in the Kootenays, in Kaslo BC.
Great, but you misspelled "bubbler" as "water fountain."
Will in Seattle: word up to the Kootenays.
This is a brilliant idea for a series! Don't stop until you've rated every drinking fountain in Seattle.
Also, let it be noted that those with sensitive teeth are pathetic whiners. There is no such thing as a too cold water fountain. As long as the water hasn't frozen in the pipes, the colder, the better.
Dude, I drink out of that fountain...
And you put your mouth on it.
Now I'm just gonna have to buy Powerade.
(I'm blaming you when I get diabetes.)
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