Saturday, July 27, 2013

Also in yellow!

First time I see a yellow Wallace fountain in my life. I already showed you green of course (the most common) and red (more unusual) and now this...  Very unusual! The funny part is the label that can be seen on its base: it promotes the "eau de Paris" (water of Paris), saying that it's a perfectly good water and implying that you don't need to buy expensive bottled water (including Perrier LOL) if you're connected to the Paris water network (which is pretty much the case for everyone!). 


  1. Our water's fine in Pasadena, too, but I still see a lot of people carrying plastic bottles. Too bad for the environment!

    Eric, I hope you don't mind me posting here that Jeff (Minneapolis Jeff) is visiting the LA area over the Labor Day weekend, and we thought we'd try to get the LA PDP fans together for a drink. People can email me at, or Jeff at

  2. Do the colors have a significance?

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  4. D'ailleurs il y a dans la rue neuve Tolbiac une fontaine à eau gazeuse "eau de Paris". Mieux que Perrier :)

    1. LOL. Il y en a aussi une vers la station Montgallet si je me souviens bien non ?

  5. It's very festive. For some reason, it reminds me of cheese.

  6. I've never seen a yellow one before! I just did a Google search and apparently there is bright pink one also!