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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. Kid Nickels

    Kid Nickels Senior member

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    :puzzled: How is that even possible?
     
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  2. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    Fact. The milk in S. K where they are waaaay more strict about what you can do to milk, tastes way better. Shelf life is shorter but i mean i rather flavor.


    Also why is this still available
    http://suspensionpoint.ca/stephan-schneider-jumper-roman

    [​IMG]


    it looked awesome and the texture and shape seemed nice.
     
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  3. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Soy sauce on fried eggs is good.
     
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  4. 5354

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    Hmm I'm skeptical of that, but I'd like to try before coming to a conclusion.
     
  5. dieworkwear

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    So you're saying he's only intolerant because of the way he was brought up?
     
  6. Benesyed

    Benesyed Senior member

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    just to clarify I only think that the quality of milk is bad not that it causes intolerance

    I don't do that bro science
     
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  7. Find Finn

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

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    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


    Basically drink milk with cookies. And have a lactaid. Science! Letting up bend the dumb rules nature makes for us
     
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  9. mer6

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    My understanding was that it is. Lactase persistence is present more in European populations whose cultures more actively drink milk after infancy/early childhood.
     
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  10. g transistor

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    When I was younger, my mum would make a few runny fried eggs, sandwich it between some lightly toasted bread and toss on some soy sauce every sunday for breakfast. Then I'd go outside and chase some stray cats

    Oh to be young again
     
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  11. canstyleace

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    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.
     
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  12. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    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. :p
     
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  13. DividedWay

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    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.
     
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    I can digest raw milk just fine thanks.
     
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    I'm Indian.

    My people worships cows.

    I now eat beef.

    I am also lactose intolerant.

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

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    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:
     
  17. brad-t

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

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    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. :fence:
     
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  20. Benesyed

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    I just like to argue about dairy.


    I've never even had milk
     
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