Artist and CEO Douglas Bevans offered his “ hotdog water ” at the Car-Free Day celebration in Vancouver, BC. What the hell is “hotdog water,” you ask? It’s unfiltered water in an additional expensive glass bottle with a hotdog drifting within. Bevans offered the water for a tremendous $38 a piece, boasting fake health advantages consisting of weight-loss, increased brain function and vigor.
Bevans has actually mentioned that his hotdog water was all a performance-art piece, planning to satirize other “health” items without any proof to support any of their claims. For all of you who were really getting ecstatic about attempting out this brand-new health fad: womp womp.