E for Effort!!!!!!. .. "when a child swallows" E for Effort!!!!!! "when a child swallows"
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#7 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account**
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"when a child swallows"
User avatar #2 - aahrg
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milk is only slightly acidic, so if the product is alkaline, it neutralizes the PH and if it is acidic, it dilutes the acid to a level closer to or below that of the acid in your stomach....


science bitch!
User avatar #5 to #2 - kingxddd
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To coat the stomach so that the cleaner doesn't eat the stomach lining.
basically stop being a faggot.
User avatar #9 to #2 - Grom
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but by that logic doesn't that mean that if it were an alkaline the acid in your stomach would neutralize it? the milk would be completely pointless
#11 to #2 - anon id: f5b49d27
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But isn't milk slightly basic? It's used to counter the effects of acidic things like hot sauce. And it's fat and fat is basic is it not?
User avatar #12 to #11 - aahrg
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no it's acidic, but just barely, and since your stomach is more acidic, it's a good choice to counter things that are MORE acidic than your stomach, as well as neutralizing any basic products...
#15 to #11 - anon id: d9ec9b7b
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Actually, to relate pH's to spiciness is a misconception. The spiciness sensation is caused by a substance in spicy foods known as capsaicin which bind to receptors on your tongue which relay the signal to the brain that your tongue feels like it's on fire. To counter this, milk has a substance in it (can't remember the name) that when consumed will "compete" with the capsaicin from the spicy foods to bind to that same receptor on the tongue which decreases the sensation that your tongue is burning.
User avatar #25 to #2 - thepouchka
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Hate to nitpick but if it lowers the pH to lower than that of stomach acid it would be more acidic. I get wat yo sayin tho negroe
User avatar #28 to #25 - aahrg
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User avatar #30 to #28 - thepouchka
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didnt load for me
but in the pH scale for acids, the lower it is the more acidic it is pH 1-6=acidic
I dont know if youre using the alkaline alternative
User avatar #31 to #30 - aahrg
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what i've been taught that anything higher than 7 on the ph scale is acidic, and anything lower is basic
User avatar #32 to #31 - thepouchka
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Then yes you are using the alkaline alternative pH scale.
#26 to #2 - anon id: 46777f15
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no you stupid ****, milk helps build mucus in the stomach so the cleaner doesn't eat through their ******* stomach and other organs.
User avatar #10 to #2 - jpg
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Wouldn't that mean water is best, as it's neutral?
#39 to #10 - anon id: e55efd95
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Just to inform you "scientist" water is not neutral its a base, the contrary of an acid.
#13 to #10 - anon id: 3e2f4c29
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Water is the best thing. To dilute is best. To cause a neutralisation reaction is worse.
#23 to #13 - zajx
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No, the worse is the same as the current pH of what you're trying to neutralise.



s, because I'm british.
#3 to #2 - dishesaredone [OP]
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Milk contains happy enzymes that are sent to the happy receptors in the brain to generate happy while the chemicals are forgotten and the child is no longer upset that he'she will die
User avatar #4 to #3 - makedonski
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exactly.
#21 - Rjracoon
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"F is for Effort" Yes it is...yes it is
User avatar #16 - cloudstrifeownsall
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I ******* LOVE MILK........ I feel that if someone was injured we should lay them down in a milk bath and let the milk rejuvenate them like the blood pool from blade....
#20 to #16 - lieutenantpansy
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User avatar #37 to #16 - Nihatclodra
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Milk is made from blood, so that's a pretty good comparison.
User avatar #36 - Nihatclodra
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Because Cleaning products are Basic, and Milk is Acidic. You drink the milk to help neutralize the basic cleaning products in your stomach. You drink a weak acid like milk (over Vinegar, etc) so the reaction itself doesn't hurt your stomach.
User avatar #38 to #36 - Nihatclodra
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I feel like I'm missing part of my explanation... oh well, someone will let me know.
#24 - superage
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It has happened...
#33 to #24 - anon id: e61a0582
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prepair your little anus to be thumbed down just like the other 1,000,000 people who have sead the same thing
User avatar #35 to #33 - superage
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And also, nice spelling "sead"
User avatar #34 to #33 - superage
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Show your true-self anon...
#19 - anon id: 158b67ec
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Drinking a lot of milk at once induces vomiting and can cause diarrhea
#18 - thearcher
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Because it's tasty!
#8 - trickytrickster
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This was on the frontpage a week or two ago. It's not because milk is basic. Milk is acidic. This acidity has very little effect on the cleaning products. The real reason is the lactose sugars in the milk. You only have a limited amount of lactase, so any lactate that is not digested by lactase curdles and coats the lining of the stomach etc until the lactate can get to it. This causes indigestion and slows down the process, allowing more time for your stomach to be pumped by medical personnel.
#27 - darkjustifier
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You know you're a minecraftian when milk cures your everything.