For those unfamiliar with Nalgene bottles, they are plastic transluscent water jugs that athletes carry with them when they exercise. Here’s a pic:
Here’s my thing with Nalgene bottles: Lauren has a ton of them. She’s always filling up and carrying around her Nalgene bottle. “Is this Nalgene bottle clean or dirty?” she’ll say, holding up a Nalgene bottle above the dishwasher. “I don’t know,” I’ll answer.
I admire her devotion to Nalgene and the Nalgene Corporation. My problem, though, is with the bottle itself: drinking from a Nalgene bottle is like drinking from a well flipped upside down. In other words: way too much water pours out. My mouth is not that big. Neither is my gullet. I borrowed a Nalgene bottle one day and took it on the treadmill and tried to drink as I ran and wound up wetter than a seal at a Seal concert.
And so, in conclusion, I rule that Nalgene bottles are pretty to look at, but not so pretty to use.
Back to you Sally.