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HiddenEyes
09-17-2011, 10:41
Happens when you are pouring a glass of milk out of an almost empty jug and so you decide to just pour it all in. Trouble is all of it won't fit in the glass, you are up to brim and relying on surface tension and you still have a couple of tablespoons left in the jug.

A. Throw the rest out with the jug.
B. Drink it right out of the jug and then throw the jug out.



Mr. HE:cool:

Blast
09-17-2011, 11:54
Chug the milk then trash the jug. Waste is juju.

Your real dilemma is getting the overfilled glass of milk down to a manageable level without spilling.:whistling:

tous
09-17-2011, 12:11
Should have used a bigger glass.

Gunshine
09-17-2011, 12:14
Should have used a bigger glass.

...or bought a smaller jug.

HiddenEyes
09-17-2011, 12:16
My solution for the glass is to check to make sure no one is watching, then bend down, form lips to proper shape, turn suck on, move in to make contact with glass, slurp milk down to safe level, stand up, check to make sure no one saw me. :supergrin:



Mr. HE:cool:

tous
09-17-2011, 12:28
My solution for the glass is to check to make sure no one is watching, then bend down, form lips to proper shape, turn suck on, move in to make contact with glass, slurp milk down to safe level, stand up, check to make sure no one saw me. :supergrin:



Mr. HE:cool:

Hate to break it to ya, but Chiefy has video.

<--- has used a similar technique on over-filled coffee cup :whistling:
<--- has avoided being the star of a Chiefy video so far

G33
09-17-2011, 12:29
Or a bigger cat.
Ta Da!
:cat::supergrin:

tous
09-17-2011, 12:30
Or a bigger cat.
Ta Da!
:cat::supergrin:

That's just ... weird.

El_Ron1
09-17-2011, 13:17
I'ma go practice mah hogcallin'.

scratchy wilson
09-17-2011, 13:31
This thread needs cookies.

El_Ron1
09-17-2011, 13:33
Outta milk, scratchy.

HiddenEyes
09-17-2011, 13:50
More milk in da' fridge.

Couple 'o gallons actually. :supergrin:


Mr. HE:cool:

trcubed
09-17-2011, 15:00
Only reason to pour milk in a glass is because Oreos won't fit in a milk jug.

Dinky
09-17-2011, 15:06
Why use a glass??

smith10
09-17-2011, 15:54
More milk in da' fridge.

Couple 'o gallons actually. :supergrin:


Mr. HE:cool:

same tactical plan that I follow, solid.:cool::supergrin:

scratchy wilson
09-17-2011, 18:23
Outta milk, scratchy.

Get Some!

tous
09-18-2011, 05:09
Outta milk, scratchy.

:cow:

HiddenEyes
09-18-2011, 10:56
Cows is good.

Give us milk.

Taste good heated on the barby too.



Mr. HE:cool:

kcb
09-18-2011, 11:06
Cows is good.

Give us milk.

Taste good heated on the barby too.



Mr. HE:cool:

When I was a little girl, we always visited relatives who lived on farms.

I would always apologize and say that I didn't care for "cow's milk." One of my aunts asked me what kind of milk my mommy gave me. I replied "Grocery Store Milk."

Naive....yep...I was. But I still think fresh cow's milk has a strong odor and taste that makes me prefer "Grocery Store Milk".

Once a city girl, always a city girl!

tous
09-18-2011, 11:09
Once a city girl, always a city girl!

Stop that.

Stop it right now, young lady.

:cowboy:

Y'all come to Texas and I'll make sure that there's a cow for you to milk.

And several to eat.

And a hoss to ride.

:wavey:

kcb
09-18-2011, 11:45
Stop that.

Stop it right now, young lady.

:cowboy:

Y'all come to Texas and I'll make sure that there's a cow for you to milk.

And several to eat.

And a hoss to ride.

:wavey:

I'm willing to become a country girl! VERY MUCH so!

:supergrin: :wavey:

HiddenEyes
09-18-2011, 12:03
Knew a city girl once that was told she could milk the chicken if she could catch it. She chased that rooster all over the barnyard.:rofl:

I don't know who the mean boys were that pulled that one. :whistle:



Mr. HE:cool:

tous
09-18-2011, 15:46
Knew a city girl once that was told she could milk the chicken if she could catch it. She chased that rooster all over the barnyard.:rofl:

I don't know who the mean boys were that pulled that one. :whistle:



Mr. HE:cool:

That was mean. :rofl:

:whistling:

HiddenEyes
09-18-2011, 16:09
Poor thing went inside crying. Told her mother we were laughing at her she was being laughed at because she couldn't catch the chicken. Her mom said "Why were you trying to catch the chicken?" and she said "They said I could milk it if I could catch it, they were going to show me how."

Her mother started laughing and then telling her how sorry she was that she had failed to teach her where milk came from. Everyone was dying at this point.:rofl:




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kcb
09-18-2011, 16:13
I think that I basically understood that milk came from the cow. I had even been allowed to milk a cow a little bit.

BUT I did not like to drink milk that didn't go to the grocery store FIRST!!! I knew they did something to it there to make it smell better and taste better!

:cool:

Dinky
09-18-2011, 16:18
Same thing with people that won't eat eggs because they come out of a chickens butt :wow:

HiddenEyes
09-18-2011, 16:20
I'm exact opposite. I like it fresh out of the cow. Rich, sweet, creamy and goooooood!

I'm not sure what taste you're talking about since I've never noticed it. If milk tastes bad right out of the cow it will taste bad when it gets to the store in my experience. Chilling rapidly right after milking is key to good tasting milk. You also have to keep the cow clean and watch their diet. I'm no expert, some friends are dairy farmers and they can get really technical about how to get good milk. My only experience was a few head we kept for ourselves and sold the excess during peak production. That was some years ago.



Mr. HE:cool:

HiddenEyes
09-18-2011, 16:21
I try very hard to forget where eggs come from when I eat them. :rofl:



Mr. HE:cool:

Dinky
09-18-2011, 16:24
I try very hard to forget where eggs come from when I eat them. :rofl:



Mr. HE:cool:




:rofl:

kcb
09-18-2011, 16:25
Same thing with people that won't eat eggs because they come out of a chickens butt :wow:

That never bothered me because there was no bad odor in the eggs.

It's the horrible odor and taste in the milk before it is processed. I know, it's probably more healthy before the processing but that was my experience!

kirgi08
09-18-2011, 17:01
Karen,you'll be a mountain lady,not a flatlander.'08. :whistling:

HiddenEyes
09-19-2011, 23:49
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v507/HiddenEyes/Yar2.gif



Mr. HE:cool:

ArtCrafter
09-21-2011, 10:59
Sets in whenever you 'wake up' to find a GNG thread :puking: .........moved to the OAF.




What's up with that? :dunno:


































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