Do you have any no transgenic milk?

posted on 28 Feb 2017 in Drinks


I’m into milking the milk.

Photo courtesy of J.
Found in Sendai, Japan.

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  1. algernon | 4:02 am |

    Milk milking cows who’d have thought

  2. algernon | 4:04 am |

    Milk that floats. Timothy Leary maybe

  3. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:04 am |

    Or is it the Mike which milked the Milka?

  4. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:10 am |

    Dairy Cow = When Kentucky Feed Chicken & Milk Donald’s

  5. Marum | 4:11 am |


  6. Droll not Troll | 4:11 am |

    100% confusing.

  7. Marum | 4:12 am |

    Imagine, if one could get a cow to grow hands, it could milk itself.

  8. Droll not Troll | 4:15 am |

    Which came first, the milk or the cow?

  9. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:18 am |

    From ”Milk White and the Seven Cows”

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:18 am |

    @Marum | 4:12 am: If a bull could grow hands…. well, I’ll leave that to your imagination. 😈

  11. Seventy2rd o clock | 4:21 am |

    @ Droll not Troll | 4:15 am: Milka.

  12. Yu No Hoo | 4:48 am |

    I never meta cow I didn’t like.

  13. Yu No Hoo | 4:49 am |

    @ Droll 4:11

    Udderly confusing.

  14. Marum | 4:58 am |

    Tis is palpably udder nonsense.

  15. Marum | 4:59 am |


  16. algernon | 5:01 am |

    I don’t think its milk from a bull

  17. DrLex | 5:02 am |

    I’m afraid this will lead to an infinite loop of milk milking cows that produce milk that will again try to milk the cow. The cow will be udderly destroyed.

  18. Marum | 5:08 am |

    This farmer bought a Milking Machine. In a moment of madness, he attatched one of the cups to his penis.

    The sensation was amazing, but after about six orgasms it was starting to hurt – lots.

    As he could not find how to stop it, in desperation, he rang the company reception. He spoke to this most charming and helpful young lady, but he didn’t tell her the true nature of the problem.

    She replied: “No worries sir. It will automatically disconnect, after it has collected one gallon. Have a nice weekend.

  19. Pete | 5:21 am |

    This is like Juice squeezing the fruit.
    Oh wait I forgot, the glove didn’t fit.

  20. Pete | 5:26 am |


    It is the egg which egged the chicken…
    It is the spam which spammed the spam…
    OK you all know where this is leading.
    And i’m not going there.

  21. Long Tom | 5:30 am |

    I remember a presentation given by the late cartoonist Jeff MacNelly where he showed a number of his cartoons. One of them showed Jimmy Cater milking a bull, and he commented that luckily the editor put the picture into the paper before he realized what Carter was doing.

  22. tankero | 5:52 am |

    In Soviet Japan milk milks cow.

  23. Frank Burns | 5:58 am |

    I call bull on this one.

  24. Pete | 6:56 am |


    Ummmm…that package is written in Chinese, not Japanese, hermano.

  25. UCity | 7:17 am |

    Even if times how many are drunk, it is one milk.

  26. Chris | 8:06 am |

    Milk-the udder cola.

  27. EffEff | 9:20 am |

    Soviet Japan? Talk about a parallel universe!

  28. EffEff | 9:21 am |

    How about a hybrid gorilla-cow, with hands and an udder?

  29. Long Tom | 11:11 am |

    Pete: Japan does (or did) have Chinatown neighborhoods too. Chinese and Japanese are distinctively different cultures.

  30. Geo | 1:32 pm |

    There’s trans(genic) milk… and then there’s homo(genized) milk.

  31. UCity | 1:59 pm |

    How many cows could the dairy milk milk if the dairy milk could milk cows?

  32. Eggrish | 2:28 pm |

    #istandwithtransgenes you racist glass of milk.

  33. Pete | 5:13 pm |

    @Long Tom:

    Thanks but i’m curious what made you think i didn’t already know all that already? I’m a former professional translator and lived in Yokohama…just down the street from Yokohama Chinatown.

    I was simply telling Tankero that if it the the package was in Chinese, his post about “soviet japan” made no sense to me because he appeared to think the package was in Japanese.

    I’ve studied some Mandarin & Korean as well and from the look of the package, my guess is that the item is from Taiwan (or possibly Hong Kong, Singapore or Malaysia) since they appear to my eye to be traditional rather than the simplified characters used on the mainland.
    But that’s just a hazardous guess on my part.

  34. jjhitt | 6:23 pm |

    How do you do this?
    First, you start with a hamburger…

  35. Long Tom | 10:45 pm |

    Pete 5:13: To explain why a food container with the Chinese language on it would be found in Japan.

  36. Pete | 4:06 am |

    @Long Tom:

    Granted. That is indeed possible.
    Atypical, but possible.

    I still think Tankero got his languages mixed up.
    And thus “Soviet China” would have been more on the mark.
    Even if redundant, since the Communist Party still rules mainland China and is thus “Soviet” by default. That’s what stuck in my craw in the first place.

  37. Long Tom | 5:18 am |

    Pete: And it should be noted that the Soviet Union never got the privilege of occupying any part of Japan.

  38. EffEff | 11:05 am |

    Japan was, and is, one of the most anti-communist countries on the planet. Hence my “parallel universe” comment.

  39. Pete | 12:41 pm |

    @Long Tom 5:18:

    Not according to the Japanese.
    Right at the end of WWII the Soviets occupied four islands just off the northeast coast of Hokkaido and still occupy them.

    The Japanese insist that these islands are still an integral part of Japan and call them the “Hoppoh Ryodoh” – – the “Northern Territories”.

    They continually ask the Russkies to give ’em back to Japan.
    And the Russkies continually refuse.

    Nobody knows how the whole thing will eventually end up.
    One things for sure: Nothing will change as long as Pooty-poot (as W Bush used to call him) is in charge in Moscow.

  40. Long Tom | 4:42 pm |

    Actually, it is akin to the Falklands dispute between Britain and Argentina. There were reportedly no actual Japanese (other than the Ainu people) living on said islands.

  41. Pete | 5:09 pm |

    Long Tom:

    That’s a factoid I guess I’ll have to research.
    But now i guess i want to pose a new thought:

    By 1945 were there any “pure Ainu” existing?
    I met a number of “Ainu” in Hokkaido in the late 1980’s.
    Most if not all were mixed Ainu-Japanese and from their physical and facial characteristics, appeared indistinguishable from “non-Ainu” “Yamato” Japanese, at least to my by-then fairly trained eye.

    Which brings up another point: Japanese have historically bragged about their homogeneity and their purity and how they are “different” from other races/ethnicities. From what I’ve seen of DNA research, they’re actually “mutts” – – mixes of Ainu, Korean, Chinese, and Malayo-Polynesian, in varying degrees. They’ve simply been mutts for so long, th

  42. Pete | 5:10 pm |

    Oops…mutts for such a long time, they forgot about it.

  43. EffEff | 9:17 pm |

    IIRC, Sakhalin island is populated mostly by Nivkhs and a few Russians, not Japanese or Ainus.

  44. Marum | 9:35 pm |

    @EffEff. Indonesia, un the vaious military rulers before Jokwi, would have been a close competitor for the Tshirt.

  45. Marum | 9:37 pm |

    @Long Tom 1642. Yes. But there are/were, a majority of Brits living on the Malvinas.

  46. Marum | 3:05 pm |

    I loved Maggi Thatcher. She was making noises like she was queen of The Iceni, and was ging to defend that god-forsaken piece of frozen rock, to the last drop of someone elses blood.

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