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a pet peeve

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Whoever the genious is who decided to make water bottle caps smaller is an I___T... my hands bleed more often than not because the grooves on the bottles cut my skin - my husband says" well do not drink so much water and you wont have this problem! REALLY?

I would like to know who thought of this GENIOUS idea so I can write them - because EVERY bottle water company has changed to the new smaller caps.

I love my water - I am now opening most bottles with an opener... when I am away from home - I try to put something between the cap and my skin. What a pain in my butt!


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    I agree totally with you Jean! They are small and on there so darn tight!
    1773 days ago
  • STRINGI719
    I had the same complaint as both you and the one the CHANGING4ME voiced, too. Then I watched the documentary "Tapped". And I went out and bought everyone in my family the refillable Brita sports bottles that have filters in them. Now we can fill them at any faucet, at home, at church, or on the go. No more plastic water bottles, even though I always recycled them religiously. That was a change I'd been dragging my feet on making for a couple of years.
    1776 days ago
    It is annoying, but maybe it's a ploy to get us to stop buying bottled water. I'm as guilty as anyone, but I finally bought a 64 oz bottle with a freezable center so the water stays cold all day. We have way too much waste!
    1776 days ago
    True. I would also add that I dislike how some companies are making bottles out of a thinner plastic. I know this is for the environment but prehaps they needn't fill them so high. It seems every time I go to open one it doesn't take much to cause the water to spill out EVERYWHERE. Annoying!
    1776 days ago
    true-it's very annoying.
    1776 days ago
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