It's to protect against a litigious society, no doubt."Well, your honor, we didn't make a guarantee that the bottled water would be as cold as ice. Obviously that is impossible. And when we said the mimosa was 'refreshing' we were quoting Bob, our maintenance guy, who once said a mimosa we served him was refreshing."
Simply stated, if it was ice cold it would be impossible to drink.
"X-tra's" makes me want to punch someone in the face.
I think the "ice cold" actually describes Poland in this instance. Maybe the sign maker doesn't think Poland is as cold as all that.
why must their water come from springs in poland? quite the carbon footprint.. for WATER.
Poland Springs is in Maine. They just didn't properly capitalize a brand name.
how interesting, jeff. now i'm wondering how maine managed to steal poland's springs.
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