A few short weeks ago a federal judge ruled that Glaceau Brands has been falsely advertising Vitaminwater as healthy, but it turns out this particular type of fraud has been alive and well for centuries. As early as 1630 a Massachusetts merchant was fined for profiting off of extravagant and questionable claims that his special water could cure scurvy. Everyone has heard of the term "snake oil," right? Well, turns out we still fall for this sh*t. See if you can match up the following claims/slogans with their brands:
(A) Penta (B) Evian (C) Fiji Artesian Water (D) Poland Spring (E) Dasani (F) Infinity Water (G) Contrex (H) Aquafina (I) smartwater (J) Adirondack
1.) Can't live without it.
2.) Far from pollution. Far from acid rain. Far from industrial waste.
3.) Sip smarter. Live longer.
4.) Your natural source of youth.
5.) Ultra-purified, antioxidant water. Pure energized water with no additives.
6.) The oldest way to stay young.
7.) Pure water. Perfect taste.
8.) My slimness partner.
9.) Pure as the first drop of rain.
10.) As refreshing as the mountains.
Answers: It really doesn't matter cause it's all bullsh*t but here you go [1.E; 2.C; 3.D; 4.B; 5.A; 6.F; 7.H; 8.G; 9.I; 10. J]