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Desperate Times Call For Desperate Bottled Water Alternative

1984 Cactus, by Philip Barr

Perhaps your grocery shelves are bare of bottled water thanks to the numero 19 virus . The good news is that it flows in the pipes in your home. Is it nasty? Put a couple filters on it, like we do. We have the best-tasting agua in the neighborhood.

But should your water supply run low (perhaps you are out and about, as the CDC has scolded us not to, even though it’s Spring Break, and most breaks have now become four weeks instead of one, and no sane teenager is going to stay home for a one month vacation, so off to spread some virus they shall go), remember that Coors Light is basically the same thing. Just worse.

11 thoughts on “Desperate Times Call For Desperate Bottled Water Alternative”

  1. Haha, yeah it baffles me, I’ve been to friends houses and the water is in a bottle. I usually state that we don’t live in The Gambia πŸ˜‚ Oh! and our apocalypse stockpilers in the UK are going for Toilet Rolls and Pasta, none left in supermarkets last Friday, the frightening thing is, that these same idiots get to vote and breed πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. I got toilet paper on Monday but just one package because I didn’t make sense to I’m more when other people needed as well. It’s crazy that people don’t think that way. But like you, are toilet rolls and pasta are all gone as well, and all canned goods and bread and milk and eggs. I think there are just board games at this point, from all the Facebook posts I’ve seen. We still had church, although most were closed. And I agree that it is weird for people to offer you bottled water in their homes.

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      1. I feel very disappointed with the people who are hoarding, the old couple who have to walk to their local shop could find there is nothing there. It doesn’t portray humanity in a good light x

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  2. Yeah, well, I advise people to visit Taco Bell and order the double enchiritos and wash them down with Coors Light. It will not halt the spread of the virus but the results an hour later will make you welcome death.

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