#1 In Sochi, Russia, Donít Touch The Water by Rev 04.02.2014 22:58

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In Sochi, Russia, Donít Touch The Water

February 4, 2014 3:18 PM


(Credit: Twitter)

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) ó We all know how the old saying goes when you travel: ďDonít drink the water.Ē
Well in Sochi, Russia, you had better not TOUCH the water, either
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When Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair, who is covering the Winter Olympics for the newspaper, arrived at her hotel, she was informed that there was a problem with the water and it had been shut off.

Then hotel staff delivered an ominous warning: ďDo not use on your face because it contains something very dangerous.Ē
Her tweet about the situation has gone viral.

Read more:

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/02/04/i...ouch-the-water/

#2 RE: In Sochi, Russia, Donít Touch The Water by Rev 04.02.2014 23:30

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Allow me to suggest an alternative:



And it is not limited to deglutition as it does open the pores quite nicely if you wish to use it as a facial cleansing agent.

(Not recommended immediately after shaving, though.)

#3 RE: In Sochi, Russia, Donít Touch The Water by Frank Cannon 04.02.2014 23:42

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FUN FACT:

Russian word for vodka = Vodka.
Russian word for Water = Voda.

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