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Weird Water News – January 13, 2017

Posted on January 13th, 2017 by
Weird Water News- Jan 13

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Waddle like a penguin? German trauma surgeons have advised the public to walk like penguins on ice when the freezing temperatures hit to avoid falling accidents! Talk about a fisherman’s tale! Check out this video of these Florida kayakers reeling a lemon shark (thinking it was a very large fish)! Sometimes you catch a fish… and sometimes the fish catches you? This 800 pound fish pulled a fisherman off his boat, leaving him to tread water for 6 hours before being rescued! Walker Texas Ranger or Texas Water Wrangler? Chuck Norris and his wife have launched a bottled

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Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions with Water!

Posted on January 6th, 2017 by
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New Year, New You! Sticking to your New Year’s Resolution isn’t easy, drinking more water might give you the right motivation you need. Check out the list below to see how drinking water will help make your resolution stick! Lose Weight Many people see the start of the New Year as a start to begin a healthy lifestyle. A simple change of drinking more water can be just the solution to jumpstart your new healthy lifestyle. Water speeds up metabolism, aides in digestion, keeps tissues moist, and helps to keep you full! If you drink 16 ounces of water before each meal, you can lose about 9 pounds in a 12 week period! If 16 ounces (2 glasses) before each

Weird Water News – January 6, 2017

Posted on January 6th, 2017 by
Quench Weird Water News - June 10

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Move over Walk on the Wild Side! Joe Capozzi, a reporter for the Palm Beach Post, caught rare site on video last month: a 15-foot-long Burmese python locked in a deadly battle with an alligator. Snow shoveling is serious business! A dispute over snow removal in western New York leaves a neighbor with shot out tires. Artists create from what is around them. This couldn’t be truer than when the Anton Art Center of Flint, MI created chandeliers out of the thousands of plastic water bottles from the recent water crisis. Speaking of Flint… Actress, singer, and activist

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Weird Water News – December 30, 2016

Posted on December 30th, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - December 30

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Deemed “The Godmother of Surf”, this woman has been surfing for over 50 years. At 71, she shows no signs of stopping. Four! Definitely should rethink playing around of golf on a frozen lake. Don’t believe us? Check out this video! The building blocks of a good education are… plastic water bottles?! Bottles2Build are building functional classrooms for countless children in Johannesburg reusing plastic water bottles. Even dinosaurs need to shovel their driveways! Making light of a major snowstorm, this man was dressed as a T-Rex while he used his snowblower! Hang ten! Dedicated surfers brave the freezing

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Weird Water News – December 16, 2016

Posted on December 16th, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - December 16

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Performing crazy stunts for over 40 years, this escape artist makes getting out of a running washer machine look really easy! One more reason to switch to Quench – no more water bottle flipping, the newest craze driving parents and teachers insane! Catch a wave! A wave near Scotland in the North Atlantic Ocean now holds the record for being the tallest ever measured by a buoy. From water into wine, fashion blogger, Clair Potts isn’t the Second Coming but she did modify her refrigerator to dispense wine instead of water! People shouldn’t ride manatees but nothing is

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Weird Water News – December 9, 2016

Posted on December 9th, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - December 9

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! This teen made the mistake of thinking her pet fish had died. Once she pressed the handle to flush it down the toilet, it came back to life! Is it wrong to sponsor a raffle to get ugly fish out of the water? The companies, Game & Fish and Trout Unlimited are testing the waters to see just how fast these fish can be gone. This model gets the shock of her life when she realizes she stood right by a tiger shark! Ever wonder what the collision on the Titanic would have felt like? A life-size replica

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Weird Water News – December 2, 2016

Posted on December 2nd, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - December 2

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! May he was taking in the sights? A humpback whale was found swimming up and down the Hudson River from the Statue of Liberty to the George Washington Bridge! Strange creatures in CA – Thousands of mysterious “jelly-like” creatures washed up on the shore of Huntington Beach, CA. Move over water parks! Beppu, Japan is developing a spa-musement park where visitors can enjoy amusement rides that allow riders to soak in water from hot springs! Catching a ride! A friendly otter joined a couple’s birthday celebration by hopping into one of their kayaks and making itself at home.

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Weird Water News – November 18

Posted on November 18th, 2016 by
Weird Water News - November 18, 2016

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Maybe she was on a vacation? A rare tropical sea turtle was found on a beach on the Menai Strait in the UK, over 5,000 miles from her natural habitat! Keeping warm with water bottles! Hundreds of kids in the Quad Cities of Iowa will stay warm this winter with donated fleece coats that were made from plastic water bottles. Shame! Shame! In a new TV commercial, a man is hounded through the streets after buying plastic water bottles, mimicking Game of Thrones Cersei Lannister’s march through Kings Landing. Just a quick dip to cool off – A

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Weird Water News – November 11

Posted on November 11th, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - November 11

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Ahoy! A five-man diver team located the J.S. Seaverns freighter at the bottom of Lake Superior, 132 years after it sank in 1884. Speaking of things found underwater… A diver off the coast of British Columbia, Canada stumbled upon a Mark IV nuclear bomb from the 1950s while hunting for sea cucumbers. Aren’t they supposed to swim upstream? Terrence J. Allison filmed salmon as they crossed a slightly flooded street as they made their way upstream to spawn. Cannonballs of snow?! A huge collection of giant snowballs the size of basketballs have been found on the Artic coast

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Weird Water News – November 4

Posted on November 4th, 2016 by
Quench Weird Water News - November 4

The Quench Weird Water News recaps the week’s top 5 weirdest water-related news stories. Come back each Friday for the latest stories! Congrats to the Chicago Cubs! After ending a 108-year wait for a World Series Title, Chicago will celebrate the Cubs win by dying the Chicago River blue! Electricity and Water!? Zero Mass Water has invented a solar panel system called Source that turns water vapor into drinkable water while turning sunlight into usable energy. Drinking from sand? The Australian thorny devil lizard is able to drink water from the sand of the Australian desert by absorbing it through its skin. Maybe Loch Ness monster is on vacation? Bureau of Land Management employee Craig McCaa filmed a 15 ft

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