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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby De Dragon » June 15th, 2018, 6:17 am

screwbash wrote:ah fine witin recent times the water from wasa brown and smellin bad. yesterday and up to this morning it still smelling bad, like drain water and it still brownish. WASA is dere SAHARA dust in d water ?

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby bluefete » June 15th, 2018, 8:12 am

De Dragon wrote:
screwbash wrote:ah fine witin recent times the water from wasa brown and smellin bad. yesterday and up to this morning it still smelling bad, like drain water and it still brownish. WASA is dere SAHARA dust in d water ?

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby bluefete » June 15th, 2018, 8:12 am

bluefete wrote:
De Dragon wrote:
screwbash wrote:ah fine witin recent times the water from wasa brown and smellin bad. yesterday and up to this morning it still smelling bad, like drain water and it still brownish. WASA is dere SAHARA dust in d water ?

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby meccalli » June 15th, 2018, 8:58 am

Sorry guys, water's good. I actually prefer wasa pipe water to any bottled variants., tastes better imo.

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby ruffneck_12 » June 15th, 2018, 10:18 am

not sure if troll

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby meccalli » June 15th, 2018, 11:30 am

I feel upset if I drink blue waters in particular, not trolling lol. Never had problems with wasa water in our area. Runs brown for a day or so after repairs and extended periods of heavy rain.

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby Gladiator » June 15th, 2018, 12:22 pm

meccalli wrote:I feel upset if I drink blue waters in particular, not trolling lol. Never had problems with wasa water in our area. Runs brown for a day or so after repairs and extended periods of heavy rain.


If you drink WASA's water for a while your body sensory receptors adapt to the taste and smell. If you switch to bottled water only for a couple months then go back to tap water you will smell and taste fertilizer, mud, rust and sewerage in WASA's water.

Even if the taste does not bother you, your body still has to filter all the sediment that comes from WASA. Your kidneys would have alot of work to do.

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby Dizzy28 » June 15th, 2018, 1:03 pm

Gladiator wrote:
meccalli wrote:I feel upset if I drink blue waters in particular, not trolling lol. Never had problems with wasa water in our area. Runs brown for a day or so after repairs and extended periods of heavy rain.


If you drink WASA's water for a while your body sensory receptors adapt to the taste and smell. If you switch to bottled water only for a couple months then go back to tap water you will smell and taste fertilizer, mud, rust and sewerage in WASA's water.

Even if the taste does not bother you, your body still has to filter all the sediment that comes from WASA. Your kidneys would have alot of work to do.
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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby j.o.e » June 15th, 2018, 1:13 pm

I don’t baby my kidneys. So they strong

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby meccalli » June 15th, 2018, 1:14 pm

Gladiator wrote:If you drink WASA's water for a while your body sensory receptors adapt to the taste and smell. If you switch to bottled water only for a couple months then go back to tap water you will smell and taste fertilizer, mud, rust and sewerage in WASA's water.

Even if the taste does not bother you, your body still has to filter all the sediment that comes from WASA. Your kidneys would have alot of work to do.


Lol, kidneys and sediment. Strong biology.
Part of my degree included watershed management, I saw everything that happens to our water from the rivers to the pipe. Our water quality is fine. I'm ok with dasani and zephrhills as it's the most neutral tasting I've found. My tapwater tastes great in comparison.

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby MaxPower » June 15th, 2018, 5:49 pm

Screws...

So u saying is brown smelly water right?

U would concur that its diarrhea infused water?? U seein any chunks in it or cucumber seeds?

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby bluefete » June 15th, 2018, 6:07 pm

ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby RedVEVO » June 16th, 2018, 6:12 am

bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.


You drinking the BROWN water ?

Well that explains a lot .

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby Gladiator » June 16th, 2018, 8:33 am

bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.
Brown water bro... At least buy a little brita mug nah!

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby *KRONIK* » June 16th, 2018, 10:12 am

Gladiator wrote:
bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.
Brown water bro... At least buy a little brita mug nah!
Dan...u notice that brita mugs getting more expensive by the hour?

I bought 1 at pricemart a few years ago for 280ish and it broke by accident. I replaced it with one for around 320.. that 1 broke by accident too and i bought a new 1 afew weeks ago for around 390...
Wth

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby Dizzy28 » June 16th, 2018, 10:27 am

*KRONIK* wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.
Brown water bro... At least buy a little brita mug nah!
Dan...u notice that brita mugs getting more expensive by the hour?

I bought 1 at pricemart a few years ago for 280ish and it broke by accident. I replaced it with one for around 320.. that 1 broke by accident too and i bought a new 1 afew weeks ago for around 390...
Wth
Jugs and filters ridiculous priced here. Have bout 12 filters home as stock, some no name, some brita brand as I pick up a box every time I'm in walmart. A box of 4 is the price of 1 filter in Trinidad

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby *KRONIK* » June 16th, 2018, 10:28 am

Dizzy28 wrote:
*KRONIK* wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.
Brown water bro... At least buy a little brita mug nah!
Dan...u notice that brita mugs getting more expensive by the hour?

I bought 1 at pricemart a few years ago for 280ish and it broke by accident. I replaced it with one for around 320.. that 1 broke by accident too and i bought a new 1 afew weeks ago for around 390...
Wth
Jugs and filters ridiculous priced here. Have bout 12 filters home as stock, some no name, some brita brand as I pick up a box every time I'm in walmart. A box of 4 is the price of 1 filter in Trinidad
Yea
Filters gone up too
Almost 80dollars for 1 now

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Re: SAHARA dust in water ??

Postby RedVEVO » June 16th, 2018, 10:37 am

*KRONIK* wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
bluefete wrote:
ruffneck_12 wrote:not sure if troll


:D :D :D

Let me explain.

The water I get from WASA is BROWN ALL THE TIME. I have a water filter outside and even though the Yanks say it is supposed to last about 3-6 months, I have to change it EVERY MONTH.

When I take it out, it is dripping and clogged with MUD - each and every time.

Having stated that, T&T is one of the very few places in the world where I would drink water straight from the pipe - brown or not.

I am not a fan of bottled water though I would use Dasani on occassions.

I would either drink the water directly from the pipe or boil it and drink it.

Note that T&T is also one of the very few countries where airlines and cruise ships use our water directly.

The issue with the brown water is that WASA workers are too damn lazy to flush the pipes after they work on them and just put back on the pressure with muck still in the lines.
Brown water bro... At least buy a little brita mug nah!
Dan...u notice that brita mugs getting more expensive by the hour?

I bought 1 at pricemart a few years ago for 280ish and it broke by accident. I replaced it with one for around 320.. that 1 broke by accident too and i bought a new 1 afew weeks ago for around 390...
Wth


You "breaking" plenty . Take a Paxil.

Go on amazon and buy it cheap :D



*** And stop looking @ your brown pussay dat way ..

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