So, this is a thing:
Setting up at Rebel Bar. Stop by and try some NHL ice that's been melted, filtered, and turned into popsicles pic.twitter.com/xYXEk4KuTf— Dustin Johnston (@DJPhotoVideo) May 9, 2014
It's nice that they filter it, but if filtered water still maintains the novelty of its origin, then consider that A LOT of the water we drink came from somewhere interesting. You've drunk water off mountaintops, bathed in what used to be poopwater, brushed your teeth with Rita Wilson's backwash, and so on. Well, maybe not exactly that, but something like that. Your water has been around a while, and it's been all kinds of weird places.
But ... you know, cool. If you're into that. Better than eating turf or hardwood or infield dirt or whatever. Unless ... wait, do they give the ice pops normal flavors, or do they have hockey flavors like "vulcanized rubber," "beard fur," and "Slav teeth"? How authentic is this?