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(Lifehacker)   A "guzzling pervazoid" says you have to be prepared for them to swell and bulge first   (lifehacker.com) divider line
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581 clicks; posted to Food » on 17 May 2022 at 10:38 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-05-17 6:23:32 PM  
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You will now read "guzzling pervazoid" in Snagglepuss's voice.
 
2022-05-17 10:57:48 PM  

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You will now read "guzzling pervazoid" in Snagglepuss's voice.


First of all, strong yes.

Second of all what the heck am I -

Claire. Gosh bless you. I'm a pervert in your court.
 
2022-05-17 11:03:33 PM  

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You will now read "guzzling pervazoid" in Snagglepuss's voice.


/ subby  the link mentioned about  freezing store bought milk. Not, a person using their freezer to freeze their sperm. So how is it perverted.
Mind you I would never freeze either.
 
2022-05-17 11:47:57 PM  
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Freezes milk in freezer bags
Pervazoid, Pervazoid.
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2022-05-18 12:06:25 AM  
I'm one of those sickos who will drink a tall, cold glass of whole milk just for the taste. It's probably the most perverted aspect of my personality-and the competition is stiff!-and definitely the whitest thing about me.

u think you're much more interesting than you are
 
2022-05-18 2:19:34 AM  
Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?
 
2022-05-18 2:26:14 AM  
This person is the reason men can't eat bananas.
 
2022-05-18 2:59:48 AM  
now I seem to have a memory of elementary school cafeteria milk cartons - sometimes there would be a little bit of ice in them. not sure if that means they'd been defrosted, or simply stored in a very cold refrigerator.
 
2022-05-18 3:19:38 AM  

Kassandry: Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?


Depends on who you're drinking it from
 
2022-05-18 3:27:37 AM  

tintar: now I seem to have a memory of elementary school cafeteria milk cartons - sometimes there would be a little bit of ice in them. not sure if that means they'd been defrosted, or simply stored in a very cold refrigerator.


It's possible you got cartons that were kept right below the cold air vent in the refrigerator. The average kid probably wouldn't know about that - and I only found out as an adult, when I tried to cook a frozen egg for breakfast.
 
2022-05-18 3:44:07 AM  

cyberspacedout: tintar: now I seem to have a memory of elementary school cafeteria milk cartons - sometimes there would be a little bit of ice in them. not sure if that means they'd been defrosted, or simply stored in a very cold refrigerator.

It's possible you got cartons that were kept right below the cold air vent in the refrigerator. The average kid probably wouldn't know about that - and I only found out as an adult, when I tried to cook a frozen egg for breakfast.


tell me about it! our fridge isn't even set terribly cold, but we've long since learned what should and should not belong at the back of the topmost shelf!
 
2022-05-18 4:10:05 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Kassandry: Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?

Depends on who you're drinking it from


Good point. I have heard you can milk anything with nipples.
 
2022-05-18 4:15:19 AM  

cyberspacedout: tintar: now I seem to have a memory of elementary school cafeteria milk cartons - sometimes there would be a little bit of ice in them. not sure if that means they'd been defrosted, or simply stored in a very cold refrigerator.

It's possible you got cartons that were kept right below the cold air vent in the refrigerator. The average kid probably wouldn't know about that - and I only found out as an adult, when I tried to cook a frozen egg for breakfast.


Ah yes. The accidentally frozen egg. Done that myself on occasion. And had to remind parners that you don't put eggs in the beer drawer at the bottom of the fridge too.
 
2022-05-18 4:31:34 AM  

Kassandry: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Kassandry: Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?

Depends on who you're drinking it from

Good point. I have heard you can milk anything with nipples.


Or things that don't.  Take the platypus...

"They secrete milk from specialised mammary glands, just like humans and other mammals. But platypuses don't have teats, so the milk just oozes from the surface of their skin. This makes it look like sweat, but in fact platypuses are aquatic and don't produce regular sweat at all."
 
2022-05-18 6:31:06 AM  
Claire is really trying to make us her bith
 
2022-05-18 6:40:30 AM  
"If your milk came in a cardboard carton, transfer it to an air-tight plastic container or freezer bag, leaving a couple of inches of space at the top to allow for expansion. (Leaving it in porous cardboard also means it is more likely to absorb freezer smells and flavors, and nobody wants to drink scrap bag-flavored milk.)"

Uh... that cardboard is coated.  My mom used to buy milk by the crate and we had a standing freezer where one shelf was nothing but milk cartons.  (Yes, we also drank milk with breakfast and dinner)

They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.
 
2022-05-18 7:02:04 AM  

Oneiros: "If your milk came in a cardboard carton, transfer it to an air-tight plastic container or freezer bag, leaving a couple of inches of space at the top to allow for expansion. (Leaving it in porous cardboard also means it is more likely to absorb freezer smells and flavors, and nobody wants to drink scrap bag-flavored milk.)"

Uh... that cardboard is coated.  My mom used to buy milk by the crate and we had a standing freezer where one shelf was nothing but milk cartons.  (Yes, we also drank milk with breakfast and dinner)

They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.


Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.
 
2022-05-18 7:14:36 AM  

Gough: They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.

Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.


So you're saying modern aseptic packaging freezes well?  Or just that everything in Canada is frozen?
 
2022-05-18 7:27:25 AM  

Gough: Oneiros: "If your milk came in a cardboard carton, transfer it to an air-tight plastic container or freezer bag, leaving a couple of inches of space at the top to allow for expansion. (Leaving it in porous cardboard also means it is more likely to absorb freezer smells and flavors, and nobody wants to drink scrap bag-flavored milk.)"

Uh... that cardboard is coated.  My mom used to buy milk by the crate and we had a standing freezer where one shelf was nothing but milk cartons.  (Yes, we also drank milk with breakfast and dinner)

They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.

Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.


Your milk bags are probably better for freezing, come to think of it.
 
2022-05-18 7:42:25 AM  

Kassandry: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Kassandry: Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?

Depends on who you're drinking it from

Good point. I have heard you can milk anything with nipples.


So, it's lactating, lipstick lesbians on ice? I'd watch it.
 
2022-05-18 7:46:55 AM  

Oneiros: Gough: They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.

Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.

So you're saying modern aseptic packaging freezes well?  Or just that everything in Canada is frozen?


Milk is widely available in 4-packs of 1-liter bags.  For the uninitiated who wonder about pouring milk out of a bag, there are dedicated pitchers/holders.
 
2022-05-18 7:51:18 AM  

fasahd: Kassandry: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Kassandry: Wait, drinking milk is perverted? Did I miss something or did Claire wraparound from vanilla to kink?

Depends on who you're drinking it from

Good point. I have heard you can milk anything with nipples.

So, it's lactating, lipstick lesbians on ice? I'd watch it.


This new Frozen sequel has gone in a weird direction...
 
2022-05-18 7:54:05 AM  

Kassandry: Gough: Oneiros: "If your milk came in a cardboard carton, transfer it to an air-tight plastic container or freezer bag, leaving a couple of inches of space at the top to allow for expansion. (Leaving it in porous cardboard also means it is more likely to absorb freezer smells and flavors, and nobody wants to drink scrap bag-flavored milk.)"

Uh... that cardboard is coated.  My mom used to buy milk by the crate and we had a standing freezer where one shelf was nothing but milk cartons.  (Yes, we also drank milk with breakfast and dinner)

They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.

Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.

Your milk bags are probably better for freezing, come to think of it.


Exactly.  We found that especially useful when a trip to the store involved skiing 2km to the road, shoveling out the car, and driving 15 km to town.  We could make the trek once every few weeks.
 
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2022-05-18 7:54:55 AM  

Gough: Oneiros: Gough: They bulged, but they never split.  Of course, this was also the days before they installed pour spouts in the side of them, so you had to tear into it to open.  I suspect it made a better pressure container for freezing.

Much of Canada scoffs at your concern about freezing milk in cardboard containers.

So you're saying modern aseptic packaging freezes well?  Or just that everything in Canada is frozen?

Milk is widely available in 4-packs of 1-liter bags.  For the uninitiated who wonder about pouring milk out of a bag, there are dedicated pitchers/holders.



We're more likely to be wondering why someone would need roughly 15 cubic Rhode Islands of milk.
 
2022-05-18 8:16:50 AM  

mrparks: This person is the reason men can't eat bananas.


JFC, American men can't even eat bananas because they thing it looks too much like a cock?
Not a thing in Ireland, but do men in other countries have the same hang up? Does this extend to all food that's cylindrical or rectangular, like eclairs or Mars bars?

/If so then your self image is about as stable as a house of cards anyway.
 
2022-05-18 8:33:52 AM  

Ostman: mrparks: This person is the reason men can't eat bananas.

JFC, American men can't even eat bananas because they thing it looks too much like a cock?
Not a thing in Ireland, but do men in other countries have the same hang up? Does this extend to all food that's cylindrical or rectangular, like eclairs or Mars bars?

/If so then your self image is about as stable as a house of cards anyway.


I have never, ever, even once in my life seen anyone refuse to eat a banana (or any other standard food item) because it looked like a dick.  Because they didn't like bananas maybe, or because they wanted something else, but "Oh noes a dick!"  No

/I say standard food items because there was one exception
//some guy that was at the dick festival in Japan, he said he politely refused the actual dick-shaped candy items that were being handed out
///which is fair enough, that's not just looks vaguely like a dick - it's a candy dick
////doubt I would care personally, but it's a fair enough, "Ok that's kinda squicky" thing for some
 
2022-05-18 9:03:46 AM  

Ostman: JFC, American men can't even eat bananas because they thing it looks too much like a cock?
Not a thing in Ireland, but do men in other countries have the same hang up? Does this extend to all food that's cylindrical or rectangular, like eclairs or Mars bars?


Oddly, it doesn't seem to apply to a food that's sometimes called a 'wiener', but yeah, I've noticed that some guys have issues with it.

I worked with a guy who would break off pieces of banana to eat it, rather than put it up to his mouth.  And there's a fascination with trying to get pictures of politicians campaigning at county fairs eating corn dogs: https://howisthisathing.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/republicans-eating-corndogs/

Eclairs aren't really a thing to be eaten in public in the US, so I don't know how much of an issue it is.  And popsicles tend to be more kids food where I am, so it's more women licking ice cream cones than sucking on a popsicle.
 
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