A water purifier advertisement claiming to give vegetarian water has become viral on social media. It also triggered hilarious Internet responses.
Have you ever heard of water ‘ pure and vegetarian?’ Yes, re-read that. We’re discussing water. Not food. A water purifier advertisement claiming to provide “pure & vegetarian” water has become viral on social media and hilarious views have emerged on the web.
The ad has been published in a newspaper, and a clipping of it is widely circulated on the internet. “Pure vegetarian water? Must be a gimmick of advertising!” is the line the ad starts with – in an effort to describe the consumer’s first response-followed by a paragraph which reads: “It’s not actually.
The water purifier of this particular brand ensures that germs are “removed” in order to obtain “pure and vegetarian” water.
Twitter cannot detect the intensity of this advertisement. “Water is non-veg and India is harmed beyond repair. The circus goes on,” read a tweet while another user said: “Lool what this nonsense is. Hope they drink harpic to kill their gut bacteria too?“
However, most users have a common question: “Since when did water become veg /non-veg?” Well, we’re at a loss of words but there’s a lot to say on the internet.
What’s next… here’s your oxygen and hydrogen ..make ur own water. https://t.co/JXj06kLnnV
— Nilesh Deotale (@NDeotale) June 21, 2019
Next up ‘purest water’ with no onion or garlic & a drop of gau mootr. https://t.co/jLusmMpWr7
— Grumble Bee (@sumit_roy_) June 20, 2019
Lool what is this nonsense. Hope they drink some harpic to kill their gut bacteria too? 😬 https://t.co/7M8yEqKcnH
— 𝚔 𝚒 𝚜 𝚑 𝚘 𝚛 𝚎 (@KishoreGSundar) June 21, 2019
Water is non-vegetarian. India is irreparable. pic.twitter.com/u6jK3B6yNc
— Baba (@BabaGlocal) June 20, 2019
Imagine vegetarian water enthusiasts realising how much dead skin and how many living spiders they eat in a year. pic.twitter.com/MPJTLObsKv
— carrom ramwanu, juice keeanu (@BucketheadCase) June 21, 2019