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drinking cows boobie juice
22:29:44 May 18th 10 - Lady Patches Ohoulihan:

Okay, I've read all the recent conspiracy/religious/philosophical (yeah the zelda or link thread) threads recently and theres always been one question on my mind:


Who was the first person to think of drinking cows boobie juice, and why was he/she so sick? Plus, how did it catch on.
Was everyone into beastiality back then?

I'm assuming the convicts in aussieland discovered it, correct?


23:20:11 May 18th 10 - Lady Patches Ohoulihan:

Who changed my thread name!?!


00:46:31 May 19th 10 - Duke Rensmauth The Meek:

Cow boobie juice isn't much different than human boobie juice.  I bet that's how.


00:51:44 May 19th 10 - Dr. Evil:

records show dairying going on already in the 8th cent. BCE.  So its been a whole long time ago.


00:56:54 May 19th 10 - Lady Patches Ohoulihan:

Did the boobie juicers test every animal, then decide which one is the nicest. Serious question, what twisted individual would ever think of just randomly going out and drinking each animals milk.

Which makes me think of, who first drunk snakes blood?


Little things like that make me wonder about the human race sometimes. Must we try to eat/drink everything?


00:58:12 May 19th 10 - Dr. Evil:

But of course.  If you watch children - they taste everything.


02:16:06 May 19th 10 - The Architect:

I would guess that someone saw a colt sucking on *something* hanging from it's mothers underside.  Humans, curious as we are, probably went in to figure out what was happening.  It's not a far leap then to think that someone figured "hey, if that cow can drink it, I bet I can drink it", and so they tried it and from there it caught on.


I personally love the boobie juice, stuff is great. =)


02:21:53 May 19th 10 - Mr. Serpico:

Maybe they saw calf's drinking from their mom's? Honestly, cow's milk is probably one of the least astonishing foods to have been eaten. Back in the day, there was probably some sort of amount of eating raw flesh. Now who among you would look at a cow and think, wow that looks tasty... let me go kill that, pull out it's hair and sink my teeth in? Also, think about things like octopus... goose liver... caviar... peanuts... it's pretty interesting. 


02:54:26 May 19th 10 - Dr. Evil:

milk also becomes cheese and yogurt both protein foods


03:36:05 May 19th 10 - Mr. Vuggy:

I don't drink milk, I drink snake's poison.


04:39:10 May 19th 10 - Duke Rensmauth The Meek:

"I would guess that someone saw a colt sucking on *something* hanging from it's mothers underside.  Humans, curious as we are, probably went in to figure out what was happening."

I don't think they had to figure out what was happening.  Humans are mammals.  Cows are mammals.  Humans drink their mothers' breastmilk when they are young.  Calfs drink their mothers' breastmilk when they are young.


08:27:23 May 19th 10 - Mr. Rylee The:

we don't drink cows milk in Australia we drink kangaroo milk, its much better for you and we think it taste better but not everyone likes it.

we also make cheese and yogurt out of it.


08:44:29 May 19th 10 - Duke Some Fcked Dude:

EWWWWWWWW!!!!!!
COWS boobie juice OWNS ALLL >:D!!!


09:34:33 May 19th 10 - Mr. Will Kellys Husband:

Drop bear milk is the best, you just have to watch out for the fangs.


Drop Bear killed my dog a few years back.


10:50:43 May 19th 10 - Mr. Rylee The:

what a horrible way to go 


11:43:44 May 19th 10 - Mr. Breeak:

dont trust someone who says camel milk is good


16:52:51 May 19th 10 - Lady Patches Ohoulihan:

Don't bite my head off random guy!

It was merely a stepping stone.


I wonder who first thought of eating jelly?


16:58:09 May 19th 10 - Duke Some Fcked Dude:

i wounder WTF got into the dung beatles when they thought they would just role around a big ball ov SH!T all day :P


17:55:47 May 19th 10 - Mr. Exender The Nacre Samurai:

and don't forget the goats milk

...and the yak

 


18:15:13 May 19th 10 - Mr. Vuggy:

Don't forget my milk! My boobehs are fertile.


20:18:22 May 19th 10 - Mr. Ask Jeeves:

Certain Tribes used to eat every part of the animal, in the process they discovered that there was milk in the utter's... i think its self explanatory


20:24:06 May 19th 10 - Duke Rensmauth The Meek:

Mr. Ask Jeeves, I'm pretty sure humans realized that all furry animals feed their offspring with breastmilk from the females' nipples long before they had to chop of an animal and see which liquids spilled out.


20:52:31 May 19th 10 - Mr. Ask Jeeves:

are you basing anything off of history Rensmouth? The Truth will never be out there because something like that was never recorded in any text's. And Humans for that time period were Tribes of family's so yes my theory if it can be called a theory is not off base.


21:05:43 May 19th 10 - Mr. Secret Agent Onslaught:

This thread is filled with beastial sympathizers. Disgusting!


22:33:22 May 19th 10 - Mr. Vuggy:

Ask Jeeves is trollin'!


00:58:56 May 20th 10 - Mr. Ask Jeeves:

Vuggy as this is a question i simply answer them and defend the right ones.. people who answer wrong will simply have to gurgle in their own juices when i put them in a blender

Bless you all,
Jeeves


04:32:23 May 20th 10 - Duke Rensmauth The Meek:

Your line of reasoning is not well thought out, Ask Jeeves.

Which came first:  the domestication of cows, or mothers breastfeeding their children?

The breastfeeding.  Way, way before.  Millions of years before.  Humans did it long before they ever came in contact with the ancestors of our modern cows.  They did it when hunting mammoths.  They did it when we as a species were scavengers on the African plains picking meat off of bones left behind by larger predators.

Do you honestly think that humans would be surprised to see cows breastfeeding when they observed the exact same occurrence happening between every species of mammals they came across?  Do you honestly think humans were not smart enough to make the following analysis:

My wife and the mother of my child feeds our baby by letting him drink milk from her breasts where a little nipple sticks out.  This cow feeds her calf by letting it drink milk from her breasts nipples stick out.  My baby is sustained by my wife's breastmilk.  This calf is sustained by its mother's breastmilk.  Therefore, it is very well possible I could be sustained by the cow's breastmilk.

Do you honestly believe humans had to cut a mother cow up to discover that it had a liquid inside it not too different from human breastmilk?  It's a quite unnecessary step, and as cows would probably one of the more recent species humans have come across in our evolutionary history, early humans already had thousands of years to witness breastfeeding among mammals.

"Gurgle in your own juices."


09:09:10 May 20th 10 - Mr. Tyrgalon:

Gotta agree with rensmauth here.


12:59:23 May 20th 10 - Mr. Vuggy:

Still be trollin'.


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