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#1 12 years ago

I was talking with a friend from America and he is absolutely shocked that us Canadians drink milk from a bag inside a little container. Is this really so shocking? Baggy Bag Bag I was appauled that he thought the practical milk bag was a weird Canadian custom. I thought everyone used milk bags? what with the little cutter to chop off the corner to pore, its so practical. I mean, it weighs less, it stays cold for a much longer period of time then a warm harsh jug, it holds more and its obviously milk, unlike a misleading yellow jug like this: Juggy Jug Jug I was then further appauled when he told me that once he gets his glass of milk he puts teh heavy cumbersome jug BACK in the fridge? I mean how practical is that? I leave my milk container, containing the cool delicious milk bag on the table during a meal, ready to dispense clearly visible clean and scrumptious milk whenever I need it?

Is it really that strange?!




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#2 12 years ago

Yes, we have always know that canadians are a bit strange...... :D

One, it takes about the same amount of time to put a "milk bag" in the fridge as it does a milk jug, and........get ready for this....it may shock you, we also leave the milk on the table during a meal!!!!!! OMG!!!!

And if your cutting the corner of the milk bag to open it, and you dont drink all the milk at once, what is to keep the milk from spilling out?

How much do these "milk bags" hold, half a gallon, a full gallon, a quart??

EDIT: and to be honest, when i saw this thread title, i instantly thought of breasts...............:cort:


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#3 12 years ago

I've never heard of this before, nor have I seen it in stores.

And it's not that hard to tell that this is full of milk: dairyland_milk.jpg




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#4 12 years ago

this is kinda pointless, the jug is much more practical




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#5 12 years ago

you know, that container the milk bag seems to be in.........looks strangly like.........what is that called??? A jug perhaps? :D


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#6 12 years ago

when a friend told me about milk bags.. well, i was surprised. That's like buying chips in a box.




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#7 12 years ago
you know, that container the milk bag seems to be in.........looks strangly like.........what is that called??? A jug perhaps?

I think that's the cup he's pouring the milk into.




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#8 12 years ago

it is still weird




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#9 12 years ago
SeinfeldRulesI think that's the cup he's pouring the milk into.

Thats one strange looking cup


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#10 12 years ago

Good GOD get it away from me! No milk of mine shall ever come in a damned bag, sack, or zamboney thinger!

I feel like tipping over some Canadian cattle. This is war.