or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Random fashion thoughts
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Random fashion thoughts - Page 6551  

post #98251 of 109053
Tommy: You shouldn't drink that stuff anyway. [looking at the milk Turkish is drinking]
Turkish: Why, what's wrong with it?
Tommy: It's not in sync with evolution.
Turkish: Shut up.
Tommy: Cows have only been domesticated for the last eight thousand years. Before that, they were running around mad as lorries. The human digestive system hasn't got used to dairy products yet.
Turkish: Well, fuck me, Tommy. What have you been reading?
Tommy: Let me do you a favour. [takes the milk off Turkish's hand and throws it out the window and it hits a car behind them followed by screeching tires and a loud crash]
Both: [look at each other] Whoops.
post #98252 of 109053
Facts I laugh you straight in the face.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Link me? I mean lactase levels drop but that's kind of a stretch to make it teleological. Plus many people aren't symptomatic or are minimally so

Google it, there's plenty of links, being a little intolerant is still being intolerant, I only discovered at 25 or something, that I in fact was intolerant. I'm also allergic to apples, but I'm going to die if I eat one, so there's various levels of being allergic.

I think the issue here is that society has imprinted on all of us, that you should 0,5L of milk everyday, which most people actually shouldn't, so if you want to blame someone blame the milk lobby. tongue.gif
post #98253 of 109053
Milk's tasty. And great in smoothies and coffee. Like many other things, including fruit and bread, I consume it because I like the way it tastes. If evolution tells me not to, that's ok, because evolution also says to pile on fat to prevent starvation, and I ignore that too.
post #98254 of 109053
I can digest raw milk just fine thanks.
post #98255 of 109053

I'm Indian.

My people worships cows.

I now eat beef.

I am also lactose intolerant.

Coincidence? I think not. Karma, I see you.

post #98256 of 109053
We might be laughing but you are misrepresting the science (potentially). its like when medical researchers have some drug that causes 2% increase in some lung function measurement. Its ok cool, does this COPD patient actually clinically notice it or is it a trivial number?

Is slight intolerance worth not being able to dunk my brownies in milk? or eat ice cream? or cottage cheese?

idk until i get some real bad osmotic diarrhea, im gonna keep at it. Maybe ill just take an extra multivit to be safe. happy.gif
post #98257 of 109053
nobody's telling you not to drink milk jesus fucking christ
post #98258 of 109053
Milk's only use is to make cheese. Foul stuff as a drink, but let it curdle and turn solid you have one of the most amazing foods ever discovered. fight[1].gif
post #98259 of 109053
Grailed is now paying your PayPal fees on transactions. Pretty good deal.

We know you hate paying PayPal fees as much as we do. That's why we're paying all PayPal fees for transactions done through Grailed.

For a limited time, when you buy or sell an item on Grailed , we'll pay the PayPal fees. This applies to all new sales, regardless of when the item was posted. You don't have to repost any items. Now you get PayPal's great Buyer and Seller Protection, for free! We'll keep this going as long as we can, so take advantage of it while it lasts.

You don't need to do anything differently. When you sell an item we'll automatically take 1 cent from the transaction so that PayPal charges your fees to us. You'll get the entire sale price, minus 1 cent.

Seriously, we love you.

— Grailed Team
post #98260 of 109053
Quote:
Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

nobody's telling you not to drink milk jesus fucking christ

I just like to argue about dairy.


I've never even had milk
post #98261 of 109053
I love milk and eggs, but I'm thinking about going vegetarian and even giving up the ovo-lacto stuff too. alien.gif


RFT: I haven't bought any clothes in several months apart from a couple basic t-shirts. I'm enjoying putting work into my body's health more than I ever did gambling with B&S, webshop sales, or going through the hassle of returning unwanted Yoox garb. Feels good.

RFTx2: I need to sell way too many clothes.
post #98262 of 109053
Good luck with possible veganism! Dairy industry is horrific when you look into it...
post #98263 of 109053
Quote:
Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

The other way round Jet, humans are much like other mammals not build to congest dairy post infancy.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Jet is jet, but research show that humans are infact not made to digest milk after infancy, much like cats, dogs etc.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Facts I laugh you straight in the face.
Google it, there's plenty of links, being a little intolerant is still being intolerant, I only discovered at 25 or something, that I in fact was intolerant. I'm also allergic to apples, but I'm going to die if I eat one, so there's various levels of being allergic.

I think the issue here is that society has imprinted on all of us, that you should 0,5L of milk everyday, which most people actually shouldn't, so if you want to blame someone blame the milk lobby. tongue.gif

Drinking a lot of milk and having a lot of dairy is not necessarily good for you. There is a lot of fat. Moderation is the key... But yes humans aren't made to digest milk and in fact we are the only mammals that drink milk past infancy. Also i am lactose intolerant, found out around 25 as well. I just get lactose free milk or almond milk (don't like soy milk), problem solved.
post #98264 of 109053
I went to the Margaret Howell store in London today. They were having final reductions sale with a good selection of sizes but they were still a bit expensive for me. Now I am not familiar with MH clothing...is there anything I should check out, I have a chance to go there again.
post #98265 of 109053
Quote:
Originally Posted by click here View Post

I went to the Margaret Howell store in London today. They were having final reductions sale with a good selection of sizes but they were still a bit expensive for me. Now I am not familiar with MH clothing...is there anything I should check out, I have a chance to go there again.

 

Were the reductions further than 50%?

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Streetwear and Denim
This thread is locked  
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Streetwear and Denim › Random fashion thoughts