Dihydrogen Monoxide is one of the most dangerous substances known to man. Covering around 71% of the Earth's surface, large quantities of Dihydrogen Monoxide can cause floods, storms, death by asphyxiation, and making floors really slippy.
Yes, we know you're not stupid - Dihydrogen Monoxide is a fancy, sciency-sounding term for water, and boy oh boy is Reddit having some fun right now. Turns out if you ask a bottled water company if they use "Dihydrogen Monoxide" in their products, they get pretty defensive... And it's pretty damn funny to watch them squirm!
Here are a few of our favourite DHMO warnings and awkward company defenses.