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What Temperature Do You Prefer Your Drinking Water?
Oct 15 2007 • By
during the summer esp when it's really hot..i like it with alot of ice..but otherwise i'll drink it at room temperature..
I like it cold in the Summertime and room temp the rest of the time.
I drink a lot more water when it's room temperature.
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i like it cold but if it's too cold i get a brain freeze.
Super cold and definately from the refrigerator. The Tap is always warm.
There is nothing like a fresh, cold glass of water. But I can't drink it if it's super cold.
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Not to worry about the repeat party...I prolly shouldn't have pointed it out...I think only the sugar veterans would have noticed ;-)
Room Temp. or a little colder. I hate really cold water.
We already did this poll?? Oops, my bad! I prefer room temperature, cold water always makes me feel really cold.
Very, very cold but not with ice cubes, they just get in the way.
I always thought I was weird for keeping my bottled water in the pantry... Glad to see I'm not alone in the room temperature category!
Very cold, fresh from the fridge. Seriously, there's nothing like a really cold glass of water to drink.
Very cold! You actually burn (a very small amount, but still) calories warming the water up to your body's temperature.
freezing ice cold
We have already done this poll once...if i remember correctly...but it's a fun one none the less, and more people commented on liking hot water!
I like hot water, I read somewhere that it's good for burning fat and much healthier if you eat food containing oil.
Room temp is actually the way to go, especially if you're hot and dehydrated. If it's ice cold, your body can't absorb it until it warms up to your body temp. Just food for thought. :)
blah, room temp water is gross.
super cold on ice is the way i LOVE it :love:
It depends. If I'm super hot I like it really cold but just normally at my desk, room temperature, maybe a tiny little chill.
I agree with murmurkibbies. I usually pour a glass of water from the water cooler and then let it sit for about 30 minutes until the chill is gone.
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