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    PETA Wants Ben & Jerry's to Use Breast Milk
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    Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

    wow, wonder how much women would charge for their breast milk? I can't imagine it would be cheaper than cow's milk. One scoop of Ben & Jerry's Double "D"elightful vanilla flavored now only $17.50
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    • #3
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      They could start putting the ice cream in jugs instead of boxes. So how are they justifying the breast milk. If they say cows are continually impregnated for the milk then how do they expect to get enough breast milk, that is safe and clean, for enough ice cream to make it feasible. Entire OB farms?
      that sounds like a good idea trooper.
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      • #4
        Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

        Originally posted by Catman1975 View Post
        wow, wonder how much women would charge for their breast milk? I can't imagine it would be cheaper than cow's milk. One scoop of Ben & Jerry's Double "D"elightful vanilla flavored now only $17.50
        <shakes head in shame>
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        • #5
          Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

          How does one apply to be a USDA inspector for breast milk? Government jobs do have their perks.

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          • #6
            Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

            If you had to taste test...

            oh my god.

            This thread almost made me fall out of my chair in laughter.
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            • #7
              Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

              One of my (crazy) friends had an idea like this a few months ago. I remember a conversation about 'Breast-Milk-Chocolate'. I also remember him saying this:
              "It would be better for you than cow's milk, but there may be a slight problem convincing the women to give us their milk."

              The question is, would you eat ice-cream made from human milk?

              Personally, I'd have to taste it first, and see if it tasted better, worse, or the same. If it was better or the same then... wait. Why am I even considering this? [beats head against wall to clear memory of past 5 minutes]
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              • #8
                Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                It's definitely got a sweeter taste than regular milk, but I can imagine that the milk banks around the country would "dry" up from people selling their milk as opposed to donating it?

                Also as for the OB farms that Trooper suggested, the story says that cows only produce milk just before and after birth, while women, who are pumping or breastfeeding can produce milk for years. My wife breast fed both of our girls for their first year of life.
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                • #9
                  Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                  Originally posted by Catman1975 View Post
                  It's definitely got a sweeter taste than regular milk...
                  I can attest to this...

                  I have never been more attracted to my wife than while she was pregnant (both times). Hey man, leaks happen...whether your mouth is there or not.
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                  • #10
                    Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                    I'm a big dairy consumer, but not that big an ice cream fan. My consumption is big on cottage cheese, cream cheese, heavy cream (for my coffee), chocolate milk, sour cream, and lots of butter.

                    Carry on. :D
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                    • #11
                      Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                      Nah, come on. It's PETA. Everybody knows that they are..."a little bit weird".

                      I'm completely fine with people being vegetarians (I actually don't eat any kind of meat either, though only because I dislike it's taste), but I really can't stand when people think they are morally superior because they don't consume or use any animal products. But seriously, PETA is just insane. But as already said, I don't think I need to tell anyone that they are.

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                      • #12
                        Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                        PETA: People Eating Tasty Animals. :D
                        Dude, seriously, WHAT handkerchief?

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                        • #13
                          Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                          Originally posted by Catman1975 View Post
                          Also as for the OB farms that Trooper suggested, the story says that cows only produce milk just before and after birth, while women, who are pumping or breastfeeding can produce milk for years. My wife breast fed both of our girls for their first year of life.
                          The story isn't very accurate, then. Cows can continuously produce milk, however their production levels drop off over time. You can milk a cow non-stop for a decade and you'd still get milk, but it'd probably be a quarter of a drop a day by the end of it. That's why milk cows are on cycles, to let them "lie fallow" for a little bit. Humans aren't much different. The other thing to note is that milk cows are bred and designed for high milk production, so each dairy cow falls within a certain standard of output. Humans aren't made this way, so some women produce more while others produce less. It's not a very viable solution, really.

                          Look at me, putting my animal science degree to work! I laughed when I read the article because PETA obviously hasn't done their research (yet again).
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                          • #14
                            Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                            Originally posted by SmokingTarpan View Post
                            The story isn't very accurate, then. Cows can continuously produce milk, however their production levels drop off over time.
                            I thought that when I read it as well but I was too lazy to look it up. :D


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                              Re: PETA with a sense of humor?

                              Originally posted by Trooper View Post
                              TIf they say cows are continually impregnated for the milk then how do they expect to get enough breast milk, that is safe and clean, for enough ice cream to make it feasible. Entire OB farms?
                              Actually, every mammal will continue to produce milk for as long as it needs it. This is how you have these crazy women who have 11 year olds who are still breast feeding.

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