|1.||throwing random water bottles|
spontaneous random things done in front of a webcam.
do something innovative, something unique, something no one has ever done on a webcam then show it to the world. throwing random water bottles everywhere! random water bottles everywhere! just one after the other!
A product that is essentially a scam, marketed to sound nutritious. The catchy names sound good enough at first, but it's just marketing being employed. It has become an addiction to many people, usually in the USA.
Vitamin water is sugar water. While pure water bottles can hydrate you properly, the sugar water nullifies much of that effect and makes it somewhat like a disguised carbonated soft drink. This is why many people feel hyper after drinking vitamin water, and it provides one of those spontaneous bursts of energy that leave your body more tired afterwards, though most people don't realize it, and mistake the initial burst as the "magic touch", and they don't understand why they feel so tired afterwards. This is what also generates its addicting power, and what makes people shell out $3 for it.
Plus, don't drink more than one bottle, ever, because it will give you a vitamin overdose and leave you with severe symptoms such as a migraine headache, nausea, walking difficulties, blurry vision and more. Besides that, the sugar assists to bloat you.
Vitamin water is a modern scam!
Groves High SchoolA game invented in 2004 and played by the senior classes of Groves High School in Beverly Hills, Michigan. This newer tradition is carried out by a committee of three to five students who organize and run the tournament. Participation is voluntary but is highly recommended because this is the last big event before Graduation and the Senior All-Night Party.more...
1. A committee is nominated/formed. A good committee has 3-5 members to organize and handle Water Wars. Randomized committees prove to be the best working ones.
2. The earlier Water Wars of organized, the better. A good committee determines the level of interest, to determine the approximate number of teams, to determine when the tournament should begin (Water Wars usually ends the week before or during finals week).
1. Seniors form teams of 3-4 students and pay an entry fee per player (usually $5). Each team picks a TEAM CAPTAIN to report scores to the committee at the end of each round. A TEAM NAME is selected and given with the dues to the committee.
2. The committee enters the team names into a drawing and teams are paired against each other in an elimination style bracket.
3. Committee members *MAY* compete in the competition. Random selection helps prevent collusion.
4. If there is an odd team in any pairing, they shall automatically advance to the next round.
5. A ‘loser’s bracket’ does ...
|4.||Ed Hardy Water|
Ed Hardy Water is a "premium" water company that uses regular water to fill their ridiculously designed water bottles. They advertise the water as "structured water."
"Oh, excuse me. You caught me putting vasoline on my lips to keep them very kissable. Give me one second while I take a sip of my Ed Hardy water, which contains hexangle molecules of gold and platinum."
The occurrence where people consume water bottles at a large rate. As a result, people appreciate water more, but they leave behind a greater carbon footprint. Based on the book by Elizabeth Royte.
Have you noticed that people are drinking more water bottles these days?" "Yeah, it's a recurring case of bottlemania.
a strong whore who is good at opening water bottles
jillian is a totaly wohrk at lunch, she dominated noemies water bottles.
Bottled water which very much like Starbucks, has a become a status symbol among the general wealthy population.
Across the nation, the aqua-elite flock to water bars, where instead of tasting shiraz and pinot noir, they swish and sip $5 bottles of Voss or Fiji Water.
But despite all the recent splash, many experts still conclude that water is just water.