6/20/06

So here's the thing.



1. I don't know what meat milk is.

2. I don't want to know what meat milk is.

3. It sounds like a slang term used in a porno flick.

4. Having "no hormones" really does not make it sound any more enticing.

5. I would have thought that anything containing a mixture of meat and milk would pretty much have to be organic, but apparently I know nothing. I guess up until now, people have been drinking inorganic meat milk with hormones added because they didn't know any better.

6. A well-placed ampersand would make this sign so much less disturbing.

11 comments:

  1. Ewwww... meat milk?! That is soooo not kosher.

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  2. Dude, it's the other white drink.

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  3. Is it red? Chunky?

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  4. meat milk + baby batter
    = pancake tits?

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  5. I don't get what jadedbunny said. Is this another case of me being too naive?

    I like all the new ads you are getting on your sidebar lately.

    You rock, JV.

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  6. This is why I only drink breast milk...

    Ok I don't really, but it was all I could think to say! HA!

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  7. Beck, I got nothin, sorry. JB will have to explain it, I guess.

    Alex, it's more pink than red. I guess it depends on your blending technique.

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  8. Meat milk...perhaps it comes from the bull instead of the cow?

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  9. I think it's both meat and milk. as in organic meat with no hormones and milk with no hormones either. ummm, I know you guys are just making fun, I just wanted to be sure you fully understood. or maybe I don't understand. we should seek to comprehend, by asking someone. who was there? who took that picture?

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  10. Emeka,

    I took it. I knew what they meant -- hence my comment about the missing ampersand. But I like to goof on stuff I see that makes me laugh.

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  11. hmmmmmmmmm tastes like chicken

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