By - Comfortable-Grabber
It just tastes different when you dunk your Oreos in single malt scotch.
Eating Cornflakes with Bailey's instead of milk is definitely still on my bucket list.
Only out of a shoe
You wanna come to a club where people wee on each other?
Do you like watercolors?
This one's as close as you can get to baileys without your eyes getting wet.
Soft and creamy beige.
Ya wanna see my downstairs mixup?
Not bad, just different.
"Not terrible, not great"
YOU! DID NOT! SEE GRAPHITE!
Sourdough hard pretzel nuggets dipped in bourbon is fire
I’m temporarily living in a dry facility and now I’m mad that I can’t try this immediately.
I break into farms and drink it straight from the bull. how’s that for unsettling.
I can confidently say that Homelander drinking breast milk is the most unsettling thing I’ve ever seen on a screen
Edit: OH GOD SOMEONE COMMENTED A GIF OF IT
I think that scene ~10 minutes into the first episode of season 3 is the most unsettling thing I've ever seen
Stop making it weirder. XD
You're right it isn't weird, he took the milk out on a date first.
It really can't get any weirder :P
I may not have been on this Earth too long, but it’s been long enough for me to know that your statement is a load of crap. Things never stop getting weirder. XD
Like, maybe he has a secret ability where he can use his flaccid penis as a milk straw. He just dips in the tip and it makes a slurping sound as it sucks up all the yummy milk. But he can still taste it due to urethra taste buds that are milk activated so he still weirdly licks his lips as he savors the sweet breast milk.
Just wanted to make sure they knew what you said was true.
If extreme mommy issues was a super power
Wtf is this
That would be the main villain of The Boys, Homelander, a Trumpian Superman with serious mommy issues.
To be fair, his mommy issues are the least-weird part of him, given his upbringing.
Yeah mommy issues take a far backseat to all the murder and fascism stuff.
Oh sure, milk from a bovine is fine.
Breast milk, made for human consumption, now that's weird.
If it's from a mammal tit, oh boy im gonna take a sip
Mmmmm... Rat milk
I’m gonna have to agree with you on this 100%
he drinks it from a bull, that ain't milk.
Lol, I thought the same thing. Pretty funny joke that totally was missed by a lot of people.
'I woke up early and milked your cow, took a minute but finally got going"....
"We don't have a cow, we have a bull"
"I'LL BRUSH MA TEETH!"
It’s a small world when you have unbelievable tits, Roy.
Takes a while to warm up but once it gets going... look out.
Ignore the fact he said he gets milk from bulls
Sir, that wasn’t a bull. That was me 😳
Morning! I hope you don't mind, I got up a little early, so I took the liberty of milking your cow for you. Yeah, it took a little while to get her warmed up, she sure is a stubborn one. Then, POW, all at once.
When you want milk but get cream instead 😋
Another cock and bull story.
I'll let myself out.
So *THATS* where milk come from
>I break into farms and drink it straight from the bull. how’s that for unsettling.
How long does it take til you get the milk?
Im not sure milk from a bull tastes quite right
Hmmm somehow I don’t think milk from a BULL tastes the same as milk from a female cow....
Protein milkshake 🤤
Plenty of electrolytes too!
I know I am. Just yesterday a friend made some delicious mango milkshakes and offered me one, sadly I had to refuse her. : (
I read this comment and got so excited to meet someone else who was allergic to Mangos!
Then I realized you’re probably allergic to the milkshake part.
If it helps i could be allergic to mangos and not know it
You’ve never tried one? Personally I’m on the fence. I thought I would like them and bought 5 at wholesale. I don’t. So I found recipes. Made an amazing mango salsa. Mango alone, not a fan. Really stringy to try to eat it. But diced mango salsa is awesome.
Which mango did you get? There's like a religious cult about which type of mango is the best, especially in the countries of origins, like India. There are dozens of different types of mangos and they all taste different as well.
I had no idea there were different types of mangos lol. I’m US.
In the US, you can find mangoes from India or Guatemala. Indian ones are better. If you can get to the Philippines, you'll find the best mangoes in the world. :-)
>Really stringy to try to eat it
That means it wasn't ripe, those fibers disappear as it ripens.
Did it taste kinda like the smell of pine sap, and not very sweet ? Pretty firm to bite into, like harder than a green apple?
Mangoes change flavor and texture dramatically when ripe.
They should be soft, almost like canned peaches.
They should also be *incredibly* sweet, with just a bit of bright acidity to them.
Imagine the biting into a dark green, completely unripe banana, it's disgusting, right? And completely different taste and texture than when ripe?
Same for mangoes.
Nope, super sweet and juicy, but insanely stringy. Idk.
Absolutely love mango flavor, but I’d fully intended to never buy another one. You guys are making me think I just got a bad batch last round. The mango salsa it became was absolutely delicious though.
Edit: I don’t eat sweet things, maybe it wasn’t fully ripe. My “sweet “ is definitely a lot less sweet than what normal people would think. I’m going with user error here, it was sweet to me but actually unripe. 🤷♀️ I admit my faults lol.
Perhaps you ate the wrong part? Cutting a mango can go very well or very poorly. If you eat the right part, it's not stringy at all. If you eat the core, it's stringy and awful.
I’m fruit savvy, pretty sure what I considered sweet enough to be ripe wasn’t completely ripe. Lesson learned! Appreciate you guys (Reddit) cause otherwise I would have thought all mangoes were always really stringy. Mango has gone back into the “figure out how to eat / use it properly” category for me.
There are some mango varieties that are more fibrous than others, so it may not be a case of relearning "how to eat/use!" I don't know the specific types offhand but a quick Google search will reveal all :)
My wife is allergic to mangos. You are not alone.
Same! But I love mangos. I'll eat it until the itchiness in my throat becomes overwhelming, and learned in middle school not to touch my face after cutting mangos unless I want major hives.
I am here with you
My uncle is allergic to the sap on the skin of them, but can eat the mango perfectly fine
Allergies are weird af
Mango sap is actually poisonous. While it won't kill you, you can still get some nasty stomach ache with it.
No way! I fed my kid a mango and 15 minutes later she threw up. I knew she wasn’t allergic as mangoes were a regular part of her diet, and she also wasn’t sick at the time. I wonder if maybe I just didn’t wash it well before cutting into it.
You may have helped solve a 15 year vomit mystery. Thank you internet stranger!
What we do in our home is cut the top of ripe mangoes near the stem, and wash it off for a couple of seconds in running water. That's where most of the sap is concentrated.
My friend's daughter is the same!
…. Mangos are related to poison ivy and cashews. Its also mostly the sap in the skin. Some people can still eat them if they are peeled and sliced.
Isn’t peeled and sliced the only way to eat them?
Moosh up a super ripe one, bite the tip off and slurp out the goodness.
I didn't know that.
I'm allergic to most uncooked fruits, vegetables, and nuts. They cause an irritating "itchy under the skin" feeling which isn't deadly so I'll still tear up an avocado occasionally.
I also noticed I have far less severe reaction - if any at all - to the organic stuff so perhaps it's not the food.
I’m allergic to mango!
I’m lactose intolerant but if someone offered me a good milk shake I would take it and spend sometime with my old friend the toilet.
Get the enzyme pill and live a little!
you are the first lactose intolerant person i've ever seen who doesn't actively seek out as much dairy as you can. even my partner i have to constantly and actively remind them not to eat or drink something because it's a dairy product or at least take your medicine for it first
Daisy jones looks exactly like you thought someone who wrote this would
I was thinking the same thing and I’m pretty cool with whoever doing whatever they want. It’s not her fashion taste, just the smug look.
That haircut is unsettling behavior.
It's definitely unsettling me.
All the super judgmental people all have the same look for some reason. The bangs, the big glasses, the look of smug contempt. It’s like they all shop at the same store.
I was going to say, I scrolled down to the profile pic and was wholly unsurprised.
68% of the global population is lactose intolerant.
My understanding is the majority of non-white people are lactose intolerant after childhood?
Edit: Yep. https://www.medscape.com/answers/187249-159230/what-is-the-prevalence-of-lactose-intolerance-in-the-us
Highest percentage of lactose intolerance is in (edit for clarity: "East")Asian people. Most caucasian and african folks are fine and only have a small percentage of lactose intolerant populations.
So 32% can drink milk and dairy with no repercussions. That's a lot of people to be jealous of.
I vaguely remember Vice having good and relevant content, but I might have made that up
They used to have good war reporters. But that’s about it, and it was still like 7 years ago.
Their middle-east reporter "Hind Hassan" is fantastic. Other than that I agree.
They still have great reporters but they also have people like Daisy here who and I quote; "specializes in LGBTQ+ issues, relationships, the internet, music and pop culture." AKA tabloids
They still have these. They just have other nonsense too.
>Far too often their interviews get someone killed or imprisoned.
Is there evidence of this actually happening, or is this just speculation? Genuinely asking - that's quite a strong claim.
I still think about their reporters that rode on top of trains with Central American migrants as they chronicled their journey to the U.S.. It was really brave and powerful investigative journalism.
They used to interview cartel members too
vice was always like this and vice news was always a separate division of the brand.
It's same with most online news company like buzz feed, huff post and vice. They make stupid click bait shit to fund their actual news team
It's condescending af.
Inb4 "r u ok"
People who cut their hair like the picture of the author, Are you Ok?
"Do you know Will from Stranger Things?"
Hairdresser; "Say no more."
It's a twitterism, it's so easy to know how this person acts on social media based on the use of 'are you okay?'
It's generally gaslighitng. "You have a different opinion than me, you must be unstable!"
I wonder if Vice is ok after publishing this shit.
The author looked exactly like the headline made her seem.
Right? Like I'm gonna take anyone with that haircut seriously.
That’s hair? I thought it was a hat
Oh shit, you are right! Now it makes even more sense.
Nah. It’s actually her hair.
[Art imitates life](https://i.imgur.com/h6L1Jnt.jpg)
I've seen stranger things.
What, like Vector from Despicable Me?
Adults Who Are Still Cutting Their Hair With Mom's Box Scissors: Are You...
No one with a hair cut like that is allowed to question my milk drinking.
It screams ‘if you are poor why don’t you just use Daddies money to buy your soy products like I do’
I'm not about to be lectured about my beverage choices by a woman who takes her haircut cues from monks.
She's not quite final boss hipster, but the henchwoman you have to fight right before
"Daisy, you're way past your deadline. You need to submit 600 words before 8 am tomorrow, or you're fired."
*Daisy at 1 am* : "I guess I'll just insult people for liking something that doesn't affect me at all?"
This is an entire career path now
IT IS?!?! and you mean to tell me I've been trolling people for the last 10 years FOR FREE?! Alright, who's ass I gotta suck on to get that job?
Daisy is out there yucking my yum while she got that yee-yee ass haircut.
What the fuck did you just say? Don't get me wrong, I liked it, but I wanna understand it
That’s every single article on Vice
Their YT channel is pretty good tho. They do some really cool investigative reporting. They covered Baltimore PD's Gun Trace Task Force scandal long before HBO picked up the documentary The Slow Hustle and the miniseries We Own This City.
Their written articles are really low hanging fruit and fluff. I wonder why there's such a discrepancy in quality.
I love their investigative journalism, I got turned onto it back when they looked and NFL players being pumped full of drugs to stay on the field and cast aside after they couldn’t anymore. Tons of great work since then too.
Vice is the duality of man, they both have journalists keeping tabs on Q-anon to a T and then they hire people like Tim Pool.
And their co-founder founded the Proud Boys.
Your take being you should only ever care about things that impact you?
Are you familiar with the concept of civil rights activists? Do you think only black people should've advocated for their right to vote, and white people should just sit around and do nothing?
Animal rights activists exist. Even if you're still into the idea of abusing and slaughtering animals for your own pleasure, future generations will look upon you with disgust just like we look back with disgust.
At the very least, keep your shameful habits to yourself and let those of us leading the way to the future advocate freely.
The dairy industry does affect quite a bit, environmentally if nothing else.
Oh God no, I did not need to be reminded of that
Wait till you watch the new season, ever wanted to watch him milk a cow?
I plan on watching it. Can't wait to unsee whatever weird shit Homelander is going to pull off now.
Honestly, not as disturbing.
He just drinks it normally from a bucket. This though, is some demented shit
I hate you.
The milk truck has arrived…
>The milk truck has arrived…
College nicknames are wild
When I was little our only choice for a beverage in the school cafeteria was white milk or chocolate milk. I always opted for chocolate. One night it was just my dad and me at home for whatever reason and he decided we would go eat dinner at Burger King, which was kind of a big deal in 1984 for an 8 year old. My dad was an avid coffee drinker. He drank coffee with every meal. It was his beverage of choice, but this night he got a carton of chocolate milk with his dinner. As the two of us sat down together with our trays, I watched as he carefully peeled open and folded out the spout on the chocolate milk. For some reason it made me incredibly sad and I was moved to tears seeing my father eating off a plastic tray and drinking chocolate milk with his dinner, just like I did in the lunchroom every day. I’m still not sure why it affected me so much that it has become one of my “core memories” from when I was a kid. I still get a strange sentimental feeling when I see an adult drinking milk to this day.
What a bizarre and beautiful story. Thanks for sharing it.
That’s a beautiful sentiment. Thank you for your initiative to share that.
The depth of the human experience has taken a back seat to the shallow facade that makes up most of what’s shared online.
im not sure why, but that story touched me...
thank you for your memories.
i miss the good parts of my dad.
Dads are special. Moms get all the good PR but it’s hard to beat having a solid father in your life. Mine died when I was 25. He missed my wedding by one month. I still think about him nearly every day.
I used to work at a pizza place and the amount of adults who ordered a glass of milk with their pizza truly shocked me. This was in the Midwestern US and people here sure love dairy, but I still find that to be such a bizarre combination and people did it **all the time**
I had a friend that would eat cheeseburgers with chocolate milk whenever we went to the diner. I'm on the east coast and all of my other friends thought it was weird and gross and we used to joke "damn this dude is just eating the whole cow"
I mean, I’m not a fan of it and I don’t see it regularly irl but in movies (specifically American) people always get burgers and milkshakes - don’t seem to different to me
My grandmother drank a glass of milk once or two times a day with a whipped up egg, a sort of eggnog with no sweetener. She's 98, not drinking the milk anymore because she can't now but at 95 she loved it when I brought her a strawberry thick shake from MacDonald's.
First of all, the idea of you buying your grandmother a milkshake as a treat is honestly very sweet to me and makes me miss my own grandparents! Second, that sounds like an egg creme almost! But practical. Stuff my grandpa liked to eat as comfort food was weird like that, too...things that would be as filling and protein-rich as possible, created from produce or dairy that would have been cheap and accessible. He was a big fan of whipping an egg with some cream and brandy.
The milk helps off set the grease imo. Grease makes me feel queasy, milk settles the queasiness
Milk and original flavor Doritos. Idk it’s just good.
I live in the Midwest, I can confirm this. I go through almost a gallon of white milk and chocolate milk a week by myself.
Is it really that weird to have milk with a hot meal? It’s my go to “flavorful” beverage. I’m also from the Midwest heh.
I think it’s a cultural thing. Everyone who says it’s normal here seems to be from the Midwest, which I presume has a bigger connection to dairy production as a whole. Meanwhile, I’ve lived up and down the east coast my whole life and it would definitely strike me as bizarre if I just saw an adult drink a glass of straight up milk with a meal or snack.
Leftover pizza with a glass of milk. Match made in heaven.
Vice is so bad these days
Right compare this to there ukriane coverage in 2014/15
Did you see their Guide to Liberia, from maybe 2010 or so? That was a great bit of filmmaking, covering their horrible civil war in which kids are soldiers.
Vice and Vice News are quite different
They have a great story about corruption in Guyana on youtube that was just published a few days ago. They still have some decent content, but just like everywhere else there is also plenty of trash like this article.
99% garbage but there is some bangers here and there. I’ll never forget the story they did on North Korea it was so well done
“Notice how all the cows are given traditionally female names”[
Lol I had completely forgotten about that Twitter exchange!
I find oat milk tastes much better than cow milk. Pretty sure people who have money never buy cow milk. Not to mention the trace amounts of blood you're drinking in cow milk. Pretty gross. Used to drink 2 gallons of whole milk every week.
I do drink an unhealthy amount of milk. I can put away 1/2 gallon per day if I let myself.
If I could cut it out of my diet I would be so much healthier.
I'm not lactose intolerant, I just don't like milk as a drink. I would rather drink water. I don't care if anyone else drinks it, I just don't like it. I haven't had a glass of milk in over 20 years.
Someone's trying too hard to prove they're grown up.
Not with that haircut they're not.
I had a teacher go on a rant about how no other species as an adult, drinks milk and it’s weird. He’s all for dairy as a product and using it for things. He’s a self professed “chesse-fiend”. So no okay as a drink but as a broth or as an ingredient it’s okay?
When you see Daisy's face, hair and glasses, and Vice on the top you understand everything.
She was produced in a lab by the Conservatives to depress support for Labour.
I'm just surprised she's not at the Guardian.
Good god I could actually see this conspiracy gaining traction with people. Idiots like this really do make people despise left wing politics.
Seriously. Pretty judgmental for a bitch with a bowl cut.
This ….. is she ok ?
Why are people like this ?
And her column byline; Daisy Jones is Culture Editor at VICE UK, specialising in LGBTQ+ issues,
Fellas, is drinking milk homophobic?