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Bagged milk

Bagged milk. May have to enlarge.. unlit-: mrerp Ne inked to an skype asked mill; 54: far olwatthe hell is bagged milk? IFS ST MILK W A BAG WHY IS THIS so CH A

May have to enlarge.

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mrerp Ne inked to an skype asked
mill; 54: far
olwatthe hell is bagged milk?
IFS ST MILK
W A BAG
WHY IS THIS so CH A CONCEPT
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HOW an You EVEN
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#68 - yodaddysofat (03/14/2013) [-]
bagged milk you say?
#3 - waffies (03/14/2013) [-]
Like putting it in NOT a bag would keep it from going everywhere???
Like putting it in NOT a bag would keep it from going everywhere???
#5 to #3 - honkan (03/14/2013) [-]
This is how it's done.
#83 to #5 - John Cena (03/14/2013) [-]
Norwegian milk... So ******* fresh and delicious. Coming from a half english, half french guy whose dad lives in Norway.
#213 to #5 - runtz (03/15/2013) [-]
That's how you drink milk, in a carton MADE OUT OF FREEDOM.   
'MURICA
That's how you drink milk, in a carton MADE OUT OF FREEDOM.
'MURICA
#168 to #5 - takers (03/15/2013) [-]
UK, mate.
User avatar #6 to #5 - xef (03/14/2013) [-]
TINE!!!!

NORWAY!!!

OOOOOOHHHHHHHH!!!!
User avatar #76 to #6 - jibb (03/14/2013) [-]
hold kjeft din fitte
User avatar #28 to #6 - babbysmithy (03/14/2013) [-]
OMGZZZZZZZZZZZ ITZ NORWAY XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
User avatar #39 to #28 - yunoavailable (03/14/2013) [-]
Le XD faec
#177 - pwoneill (03/15/2013) [-]
NONONONONONONO!!!!!!!   
   
DO NOT REVIVE THIS RIDICULOUS 			*********		 OP!!   
The last time anyone mentioned bagged milk it caused an American/Canadian war on the site for like 2 weeks, all the posts were about milk. it was ridiculous. Hell I think Phanact even got involved.    
   
*sorry phanact I wasn't trying to bother you
NONONONONONONO!!!!!!!

DO NOT REVIVE THIS RIDICULOUS ********* OP!!
The last time anyone mentioned bagged milk it caused an American/Canadian war on the site for like 2 weeks, all the posts were about milk. it was ridiculous. Hell I think Phanact even got involved.

*sorry phanact I wasn't trying to bother you
#196 to #177 - liquidz ONLINE (03/15/2013) [-]
In 2013 Cyber war over milk packaging was beging....

What happen?
User avatar #283 to #196 - pwoneill (03/15/2013) [-]
*2012
inconclusive...like any other flame war
User avatar #289 to #283 - liquidz ONLINE (03/15/2013) [-]
Someone set you up the bomb?

Did you get signal?
User avatar #182 to #177 - newsugarbriches (03/15/2013) [-]
I totally agree with you on this
#58 - acvirtutis (03/14/2013) [-]
I love how Canadians and Europeans are getting all defensive about bagged milk like its a subject of national pride. Don't take it personally guys it's just an ineffecient way of storing milk.
User avatar #100 to #58 - kallebanan (03/14/2013) [-]
Its not inefficient in that it costs much less to have a bag than a gallon jug or a tetra pack thing. It takes less space than the afore mentioned. Weighs less, etc..
#134 to #100 - acvirtutis (03/14/2013) [-]
The cost of packaging in bags vs cartons is not very high.
Bags cannot be resealed.
Pouring requires a pitcher.
Even with Pitcher, pouring is more of a hassle than with a carton.
Cartons can be re-purposed.
Bags are much more easily punctured.
Milk weighs the same, regardless of container.

Losses from punctured containers and spoilage from unsealed containers are a much more significant than the amount saved in packaging and shipping.
#2 - oCrAzYtOwNo (03/14/2013) [-]
We had these in middle school for the whole of 2 weeks before they sent that 			****		 back to Poland or wherever that crap came from. People kept poking through both sides of the bag with the straw and over filling their cereal bowls not knowing how to stop the torrent of milk. THE most frustrating part of my middle school experience. Not wanting to hump everything in sight, not the incredibly socially awkward experiences, NO! It was the goddamn bags of milk.
We had these in middle school for the whole of 2 weeks before they sent that **** back to Poland or wherever that crap came from. People kept poking through both sides of the bag with the straw and over filling their cereal bowls not knowing how to stop the torrent of milk. THE most frustrating part of my middle school experience. Not wanting to hump everything in sight, not the incredibly socially awkward experiences, NO! It was the goddamn bags of milk.
User avatar #37 to #2 - samoaspider (03/14/2013) [-]
read comment #7 to see how europeans handle it correctly
#157 to #37 - John Cena (03/14/2013) [-]
I don't think a middle school is going to give everyone a ******* pitcher (not sure if correct spelling) just so some kid can enjoy his cereal.
#284 to #157 - oCrAzYtOwNo (03/15/2013) [-]
In AMERICA we have these things called cartons, single serving boxes filled with cow juice. why is it necessary to have a pitcher?

Pic related, its a carton.
twenty first century ****
#226 - linktheherooftime (03/15/2013) [-]
People keep going crazy about bagged milk, but I still can't understand already sliced bread.
#249 to #226 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
The concept is that if they pre-slice it they can easily just process and package it like that for extra customer convenience and longer lasting bread. It doesn't taste the same, though. I had fresh pumpernickel ONCE, and it made me 			*******		 weep.   
   
 I hope this gif describes the feeling I got appropriately.
The concept is that if they pre-slice it they can easily just process and package it like that for extra customer convenience and longer lasting bread. It doesn't taste the same, though. I had fresh pumpernickel ONCE, and it made me ******* weep.

I hope this gif describes the feeling I got appropriately.
User avatar #258 to #249 - linktheherooftime (03/15/2013) [-]
I also really like sourdough.
#264 to #258 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
Why did you come back? Did I accidentally make a friend? Or am I just going to have to activate the late-night genocide order?   
   
 Also, I've never had sourdough. Is it truly sour, because I've been told that it's more of a tart taste.
Why did you come back? Did I accidentally make a friend? Or am I just going to have to activate the late-night genocide order?

Also, I've never had sourdough. Is it truly sour, because I've been told that it's more of a tart taste.
#271 to #264 - linktheherooftime (03/15/2013) [-]
Sourdough has a very unique taste, but it tastes slightly sour because of the lactic acid.

I dunno do you wanna be friends?
#274 to #271 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
Maybe, if......   
 QUICK!!! WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ANTI-HERO?
Maybe, if......
QUICK!!! WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ANTI-HERO?
User avatar #279 to #275 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
I can't wait to tell of how I made a new friend with BREAD!!!!!!!!!!
#277 to #275 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
This is awkward, I...... I forgot how to friend request people....
This is awkward, I...... I forgot how to friend request people....
User avatar #276 to #275 - doctorstein (03/15/2013) [-]
THIS WILL WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
User avatar #256 to #249 - linktheherooftime (03/15/2013) [-]
I never really cared for pumpernickel. I've always really liked rye though.
#45 - lordlolland ONLINE (03/14/2013) [-]
Milk in bags with build-in pitcher!
Because Denmark don't play by your rules.
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#90 to #45 - John Cena (03/14/2013) [-]
Just like Denmark to have such a silly idea. In superior Sweden we just use superior cartons. This bagged milk concept reeks of lower class and a built in pitcher isn't making it better.
#47 to #45 - qwertymnbv (03/14/2013) [-]
in ******* sanity.
#114 - creepycarl (03/14/2013) [-]
I drank my recently pregnant girlfriend's breast milk one time...
#117 to #114 - tomthehippie (03/14/2013) [-]
I hear that breast milk is really sweet.
#131 to #117 - creepycarl (03/14/2013) [-]
It really wasn't much at all I don't really remember. I just got curious
#121 to #117 - delivering (03/14/2013) [-]
Depends on the woman's diet.
#133 to #114 - rotinaj (03/14/2013) [-]
That sounds... Strangely erotic. I wonder if there's porn of lesbian breast feeding? I'd watch it.
#138 to #133 - creepycarl (03/14/2013) [-]
I was trying to gain her powers.
#142 to #138 - rotinaj (03/14/2013) [-]
http://xhamster (dot) com/movies/1505709/lesbianbreastfeeding.html
There is.
#151 to #133 - tomthehippie (03/14/2013) [-]
rule 34. NO EXCEPTIONS!
#1 - inflatablewalrus (03/14/2013) [-]
what an abomination, milk in a bag, what next
#166 to #1 - mondominiman (03/14/2013) [-]
They're selling air in a can now in china
User avatar #17 to #14 - charredenay (03/14/2013) [-]
Bottled water, in a can. Sounds legit, bro.
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#13 to #10 - aahrg (03/14/2013) [-]
we already have that.....
User avatar #124 to #111 - garymuthafuknoak (03/14/2013) [-]
not really...
#154 to #124 - mickeymaufive (03/14/2013) [-]
When I visited relatives in Canada they had both bagged milk and carton milk.

They must want to **** the system.
User avatar #278 to #154 - garymuthafuknoak (03/15/2013) [-]
no doubt.... I've lived in 5 provinces and I've never seen bagged milk....
#218 - maskedhippo (03/15/2013) [-]
This was all anyone here was talking about a few months ago. We are not doing this again.
#236 to #218 - beefking (03/15/2013) [-]
**beefking rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Hugo Chavez dies at 58 ** lol i remember that bagged milk debate
**beefking rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Hugo Chavez dies at 58 ** lol i remember that bagged milk debate
#250 to #236 - arrowinurbutt (03/15/2013) [-]
Crysis alert? Tell me about it...





< It's a wallpaper.
#241 to #218 - kmichel (03/15/2013) [-]
The internet has a memory of like 3 months.
#98 - mikoli (03/14/2013) [-]
mfw description.
#199 - Cressy (03/15/2013) [-]
I don't know if this is relevant, but I live in California and when I was in elementary school they replaced our milk cartons with milk bags. You poked it with a straw and a lot of the times it exploded
User avatar #204 to #199 - ebonywyvern (03/15/2013) [-]
We had those in Louisiana, too.

User avatar #35 - nintendolover (03/14/2013) [-]
I personally think bagged milk doesn't sound convinient at all. Once you open the bag you'll need to keep it inside a container to keep it from spilling :/
User avatar #43 to #35 - mcfunkdaddy (03/14/2013) [-]
green.
User avatar #49 to #43 - Pink Floyd (03/14/2013) [-]
purple
#188 to #49 - gentlemanotaku (03/15/2013) [-]
*sees name* you god damn lucky bastard
*sees name* you god damn lucky bastard
User avatar #60 to #49 - nintendolover (03/14/2013) [-]
yellow
#61 - blewws (03/14/2013) [-]
I can barely keep cereal in its bag and that 			****		 is solid! How the 			****		 do you keep the milk from spilling out everywhere?
I can barely keep cereal in its bag and that **** is solid! How the **** do you keep the milk from spilling out everywhere?
User avatar #70 to #61 - yunablade (03/14/2013) [-]
It's simpler than you think.

You just:

A) Cut one of the corners of the bag and start serving it like it was boxed milk

or noob mode:

B) Defuse it like its a water ballon, put it inside a jar, cut the bag open, empty it, serve.
User avatar #74 to #70 - blewws (03/14/2013) [-]
What if you're not done with it? Do you just put it back in the fridge? Wouldn't it get everywhere if it leaned too much? Or is it just a one serving deal?
User avatar #78 to #74 - yunablade (03/14/2013) [-]
With the B method, thats why you usually empty the bag in a glass jar and put it on the refrigerator.

The disadvantage is that you have to clean the jar everytime you switch bags since milk will get spoiled from the old one residues if you don't.

With the A method you usually put the bag in the refrigerator inside a empty jar (that way you dont have to clean the jar everytime)
User avatar #77 to #74 - thatscrewedupkid (03/14/2013) [-]
they have a special pitcher with a hook on it, or just pour it into a jug
User avatar #192 - imakejewburgers (03/15/2013) [-]
I might be going full on ignorant American here, but why the **** would you put milk in a bag? It honestly seems like the stupidest thing. I assume that after you open it you just have to put it in some jug like thing anyway so why not just skip the bag?
#7 - lothet (03/14/2013) [-]
Europeans are smart. We have ways.
#9 to #7 - chromefile (03/14/2013) [-]
you misspelled "idiots"
#36 to #9 - samoaspider (03/14/2013) [-]
its about 15% cheaper to buy milk in a bag rather than carton. people are having tough times because of the economical flush and ******* gas prices, so its a good way to save money.
#210 to #36 - John Cena (03/15/2013) [-]
It spoils faster though.
#15 to #7 - abcdxyz (03/14/2013) [-]
I get that people use it like that, but I'm still not sure why. If it's because a plastic carton isn't very biodegradable, wouldn't one of the paper cartons be better than a plastic bag? Also while I understand the idea of a reusable pitcher, I'm not entirely certain as to why you keep the bag in the pitcher as well as opposed to dumping the milk into the pitcher and just having a pitcher of milk
User avatar #32 to #15 - killerliquid (03/14/2013) [-]
So we don't have to wash it every time we run out.
User avatar #21 to #15 - lothet (03/14/2013) [-]
Here in Hungary we didn't use a pitcher, there was a separate item without a handle, a hole on the bottom (to let pressured air out), and it had a shape of an "8" so you can have an easy grip on it.

That was specifically desing for milk bags, the one one the picture is not it, and I couldn't find a picture nor the item itself in the pantry :D
User avatar #48 to #7 - BmanX (03/14/2013) [-]
Because it's not like Canada uses pitchers either. Who do you think most people refer to when talking about bagged milk?
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