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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
22%
  



wd40 11:17 Fri Jul 2
do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
where once your old Mum use to encourage it
''it make's good bones son''

Now the Miss's goes metal and acts like she's just caught you in bed with her sister .

its not worth getting caught.

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gph 12:46 Mon Jul 5
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
Platypuses (platypi/playpodes) don't have tits, just patches of skin that "sweat" milk.

Admittedly, every other mammal has nipples, even echidnas (echidnae/echidni) have pseudo-nipples, which look a lot like nipples

Mind you, these weirdos don't even have proper, agreed pliurals.

mashed in maryland 10:25 Sun Jul 4
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?

goose 6:27 Fri Jul 2

Technically speaking its juice, init?

None of those things have tits

ludo21 10:07 Sun Jul 4
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I don't think the milk had been in the bottle long enough to marinate... it was supposedly fresh from the cow but the vole definitely took the edge off the experience.

Nurse Ratched 10:04 Sun Jul 4
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
No? You'd think the milk might have marinated it a bit...

ludo21 10:01 Sun Jul 4
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
Went camping when I was 12/13 and a local farmer gave us a bottle of fresh milk... having downed 90% of it we discovered a dead vole in the bottle. Didn't seem to effect the taste though!

Alfs 2:51 Sun Jul 4
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I'm at my elderly mum's for the weekend so I drunk my after-meal milk from a glass instead of the bottle. Wasn't as nice, oddly.

ChesterRd 8:48 Sat Jul 3
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I only have filtered semi skinned these days (Cravendale etc) can't stand the taste of full fat milk. Skimmed and semi skimmed freeze well, don't know about full fat as I don't buy it.

Alfs 5:03 Sat Jul 3
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I have a big gulp after every evening meal, straight from the fridge. I love full-fat cow's milk. Such a shame you can't enjoy the cream from the top anymore. It was a race between my mum and the birds to see who got to i firstt.

collyrob 9:46 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I seen they done a study and found out that semi skimmed milk was in fact the go to drink of peado’s.


A big pint glass of real milk with a Chinese.

WHU(Exeter) 9:41 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
There's got to be something in this though?

I mean ever since milk was just milk, (with the exception of Jersey cream topped milk etc), they've only taken it to the point where you can have 1%, 50%, or 100%?

Nobody seems to have thought about capturing the 75%, 40%, 33.33 recurring % markets?

That could be where the goats and loads of fridges could come in?

gph 9:15 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
You're missing the homeopathy angle.

Adding 100 times the volume of water to whole milk doesn't result in skimmed milk, but supermilk.

Supposedly

WHU(Exeter) 8:32 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
Actually though, now I've re-read your post about the logistical problems, it dawns that I'd probably need more fridges than Bejams.

Back to the drawing board.

WHU(Exeter) 8:29 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
What if goats were used instead of cows? They'd take up a lot less living room, but I'm not sure where they are on the 'skimmed' front?

Nurse Ratched 8:14 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
We're working off the recipe suggested by WHU(Ex)

SecondOpinion 8:11 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
4-1 ratio of full fat milk diluted with water to make skimmed milk

SecondOpinion 8:09 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
I lived in Devon and the local farmer would give us kids fresh chilled milk from the cows.
Best creamy milk I ever tasted*

Until I tried snowballing

Nurse Ratched 8:09 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
Can you freeze blue milk? Wouldn't it separate when you thaw it? But supposing you can freeze blue milk, is it practical to decant 1 pint of milk into 100 containers of 1% of its volume? Sure, you could start off with a bigger container of fresh milk, but scaling up the process would require much more freezer space once you factor in the size of the containers as well as the liquid. Pretty soon this becomes far less practical than keeping a live cow.

SecondOpinion 8:07 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
If you drop a four pint plastic bottle of milk, the contents that land on the floor add up to six pints

WHU(Exeter) 8:03 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
Nurse, that's a good point.

All these 'genius' ideas tend to overlook the immediate and practical.

Could be freezed? Although in my case that would involve having to get rid of 8 bags of peas and a pack of ice lollies purchased in 2011.

WHU(Exeter) 7:59 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
There's probably a lot in that.

Nurse Ratched 7:59 Fri Jul 2
Re: do you still drink the milk straight from the fridge?
"one part proper milk."

I was going to dismiss this as an impractical solution and scoff: "How do you propose keeping that 1 bottle of proper milk fresh for long enough to produce a hundred times the quantity of skimmed milk for daily use?", then I realised the genius in your plan: you meant he should keep a live cow, didn't you?

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