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Depending on the place this pic is from I'd rather buy it.
This isn’t crappy design. This is putting portable water next to a water fountain so that everything is in the same spot and you’re left with the choice of buying or taking a quick sip.
Ah, but this is p r e m i u m water
Plot twist: the guys who installed the vending machine broke the water fountains
Correction: “portable water”.
I wouldn't call this a crappy design, more so a poor placement decision.
But it's Dasani®, not just water
Bottles in vending machine are empty.
Well in some countries the tap water is harmful to drink, so it might be better to have that there. If you're thirsty you won't drink the infected water. The sink is just there to wash your hands.
This is the weirdest IQ test I've ever seen.
water from pipes is for poor people.
I’m pretty sure we go to the same lifetime fitness lol, very few people ever actually buy the bottled water
Water fountain segregation isn't dead. It just depends on wealth instead of race now.
The bottles are filled with the water from the drinking fountain... It even has a bottle filling faucet attached in order to make filling the bottles easier.
Well, there should be alternatives, you know.
What's the crappy design?
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