Tuesday, July 01, 2008

I don't care who my milk loves

But how come when the milk is straight they just call it milk but when this is going on



...well, I think you see my point. Look, I don't care who my milk loves. It came from a cow and it's beautiful.

Also, there is no such thing as half-and-half.

But really, this comes from Un-American English, a blog which charts "what the rest of the world means when English comes out of their mouths." I don't know who writes it, though I have a suspicion.

7 comments:

Joe said...

That's hilarious!

But that's one area where Vermont is ahead of the rest of the country. All the dairys here have a strict "don't ask, don't tell" policy. And all violaters are immediately pasteurized.

By the way, it's not true that there are more cows than people in Vermont. The cows just vote more often.

Brett Jones said...

You're missing the ageism part of this sad commentary.

Everyone likes young fresh gay milk, but even gay milk shuns homo milk that's past it's date (unless of course the old milk is rich). It's a sad ending for old gay milk, all gloppy and filled with chunks, no longer the cool refreshing milk of their youth. No, their days are filled with people recoiling from the odor and pouring them down the drain, discarded with the flat soda and potato peelings.

Rbastid said...

Half and Half is the biggest ruse ( or is it roose or would that sound like moose?) people spend money on it when they could just buy milk and add tap water.

Will we soon have bloggins from the whole foods from you to point out all the assinine shit they have? Like good old Wine Sorbet, when you want to not only be a lush but a fat lush.

Cindy Y. Rodriguez said...

My milk would say, "Milk - it does a body gay"

LOL

Grant Friedman said...

I don't have a problem with homo milk. As long as it's high in calcium and not protein.

Lance said...

This is what got that San Francisco City Councilman shot.....

Ted from Accounting said...

I'm quite confident that I would never buy that brand! funny!