What's your favorite types of water? Are there any ways of making it so you don't have to piss all the time when you only drink waters?
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Lemon water is a classic. Cucumber water is good too, but I couldn't drink it without feeling like a shitty, middle aged, upper middle class, suburban, white woman who saw it on pintrest.
>but I couldn't drink it without feeling like a shitty, middle aged, upper middle class, suburban, white woman who saw it on pintrest.
Pff, that's nothing.
I cant drink it, because I saw it on cooking with jack...
Get on my level, pleb!
But on a more serious note: I dont get this "infused" water stuff. Add some juice? fine, adds some taste. But unless you put in massive amounts, or leave stuff in forever, just having a lemon playing the hunt for red october in a jug of water doesnt really do much for me. Are my tastebuds wrong, or is this just a meme?
>Damn, La Croix has the best can art.
They better, for $5 a 12 pack.
I just get carbonated water and throw in one or two of these. Considerably cheaper.
Bogo lacroix at publix, stock up publix bros
It's all about the look 2bh.
That's why you use those big glass cylinder bottles and stuff pretty looking fruit and shit in, so it looks all crafty and neat cause you're so artsy and sophisticated or whatever.
>blueberry infused water
>literally just dumped a handful of blueberries into a jar of water
are you fucking kidding me? just drink some goddamn water and shut the fuck up
>any ways of making it so you don't have to piss all the time
oh. its bait.
ive been 4chan for over a decade and I never knew this
>mfw it works
It's not exclusive to 4chan, pretty much anything that uses the windows fm interface will work.
I think below windows 8 or 10, you need to put quotes around the string. Or at least that's what I've been doing. I didn't know you could omit the quotes.
Seriously. Why the fuck is water from the hose so good?
Increased salt intake will help you hold onto water longer without pissing it out, that's why electrolytes in sports drinks are a thing, they let you take in more water and hold onto it for better hydration.
Increased salt can also increase the risks for various health issues though so you should consider it in relation to your/your family's medical history and consult your doctor, personally I have medical issues that necessitate heavy salt intake.