Friday, September 23, 2011

DR. WHO Bottled Water

Reader James Sinden has alerted Blogtor to some rather interesting bottled water found in Singapore. As you can see in the picture above (click on it for a bigger version) Dr. Who is the name of the brand being used - you can visit their website HERE.

11 comments:

Inconspicularity said...

Should I go get the "copyright" song?

Draculasaurus said...

"Not one drop!"

Wiredwizard said...

You'd think bottled Doctor Who water would have been at least filtered through the Eye of Harmony or something... ;)

Matthew said...

Well, be fair... not many in Singapore know of Doctor Who...

Anonymous said...

@Matthew: Not quite true, it's shown on cable on BBC Entertainment.

Have some pictures of another bottle packed by Dr. Who. http://imgur.com/a/4nBgz

Matthew said...

@Anonymous:

It's true, because I'm from Singapore and I subscribe to cable and I do watch it on BBC Entertainment. It's not treated as a highlight when promoting BBC Entertainment in Singapore by the cable company.

And I always end up buying the DVD, because there's cuts and fades in our broadcast version to squeeze in commercials. BBC Entertainment isn't a hot channel here.

Nopol10 said...

Oh man I've always wanted to take a good photo of that but the Dr. Who van just keeps moving off before I can get my camera out! Nice one!

Oh and the Doctor Who fanbase in Singapore is slowly getting bigger. I introduced one of my friends to it and then she influenced 3-4 other friends to watch it as well and hopefully the trend will continue. However with regards to BBC Entertainment I keep getting a (unjustified) feeling that only a handful of people watch it. All the American channels are advertised in the papers but not BBC Entertainment...

Anonymous said...

HI, ANOTHER DOCTOR WHO FAN FROM SINGAPORE.JUST ASKING,WHERE CAN YOU FIND DOCTOR WHO DVDS HERE?

Anonymous said...

Well I am Singaporean and I love doctor who ^^

Anonymous said...

I bought mine at amazon

Sean Liu said...

I am also from Singapore. ;) Anyhow, the problem with most DVDs that are available is that it is region-specific.