I was going to just caption this photo “I don’t even know what to say” and be done with it, but then I Googled it and there’s actually a feasible story behind this ridiculously named product (which I found in my local Bodega, Crescent Deli). There’s even a legend of crazy woman. I’m going to let their website take it from here:
Crazy Woman Water gets its name from the legendary Crazy Woman Mountain in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest. Our water comes directly from the Madison Aquifer, over 6000 feet below the mountain’s peaks.
Crazy Woman Water is “Naturally” enriched with high amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and silica. And unlike other waters, these vital body nutrients contain zero additives. We are most proud of our levels of magnesium as they allow the human body to absorb the water’s other vitamins and minerals, further promoting a body’s natural circulation.
Our water is “Naturally” sourced in Wyoming.
So that explains the dumb name, but why is “naturally” in quotes? To me, inexplicably putting something inside quotation marks is like adding a *wink wink nudge nudge* which actually doesn’t even make sense in this case… like, so it’s not actually natural? I’m so confused… and then they didn’t put it in quotation marks on the bottle itself, which is mixed messaging.
I’m sure the water is fine but I wouldn’t want to be seen carrying this product around.