Looks Delicious: Man Develops 100% Biodegradable Water Bottles Made From Algae

March 23, 2016

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Seen here looking like progressively sadder and sadder penises, this is the biodegradable water bottle invented by Icelandic product designer Ari Jónsson. The bottle is 100% natural and 100% biodegradable, and made from algae. But can you just eat it after? Green technology! Now the next step is convincing people to drink out of a bottle made from algae. I'm sure it'll be easier than convincing people to drink out of a bottle made from feces, but I imagine it will still be an uphill battle. And that's why we should bring a catapult so we can launch ourselves over the hill and opposing forces, and attack them from behind. The ol' sneak attack. I'm so green I've never even used a plastic water bottle before. I drink from three things: the sink, the shower, and water fountains. "And you're probably dehydrated." My pee is dark brown and thick like pancake syrup.

Thanks to hairless, who only drinks out of a golden chalice like the one the guy who chose poorly drinks out of at the end of Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade before turning to dust.

  • What's the shelf life? Link text says "keeps it's shape until empty", but I don't think anyone really believes that.

  • I do not.

  • Trojanman

    despite the name I thought that was a condom, have fun drinking milk out of that :D

  • Brad Walton

    It looks great...it actually looks like shit, but good job!

  • Jenness

    There is really not that much difference between the good bottle and starting to dissolve into rotten algae puddle bottles - you'd kind of have to really just drink it all the first day to be sure and even then, I think a part of me would still think "I hope I don't get explosive diarrhea in a couple of hours"

  • Frédéric Purenne

    I can just imagine what it will look like once I forget it on the back seat of my car for a day or two, the leftover water a bit white inside.

  • Gingerbread

    I won't lie. A water bottle is NOT the first thing I thought of when I saw the photo.

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