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How much water do you drink in a day?


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This reminds me that I need to change the house water filter. That does an okay job, but we filter our drinking water a second time. We use a zero water filter system for drinking water. 
 

I don’t hit 8 8oz. glasses a day, but probably 5 to six on average. The wife probably does 8. It’s hard to drink a lot of water some days. 

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Probably 4-6 glasses most days.   When we were in the office I drank the seltzers all day, but they're not free at home!

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  Straight water would be very little.  This time of year most likely a quart total of milk or juice.  Hot weather like this past summer over 2 quarts.  I can't imagine drinking a couple of gallons per day of which I have seen recommendations for.  I don't see a consideration for body size or weight for these recommendations.  2 gallons per day would make peeing a full-time job for me.

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Okay. Starbucks or Dunkin? 
 

What say you?

 

Im a Pikes Place guy. Don’t care for Dunkin at all. I know it’s an acid test for most along the line of Blue Cheese vs  ranch. 

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46 minutes ago, Nanker said:

Okay. Starbucks or Dunkin? 
 

What say you?

 

Im a Pikes Place guy. Don’t care for Dunkin at all. I know it’s an acid test for most along the line of Blue Cheese vs  ranch. 

Local Stewart’s coffee the best. 

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Just changed the whole house water filter. It’s amazing how dirty they get. Yet the local water authority says the analysis results are all within the allowed tolerances. 

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