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thank goodness for goats

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Sprocket says:

euch! goats' milk :-p

22nd Feb 2007, 13:54

Euphro says:

Great stuff, we nearly drink nothing else in our house (apart from the odd carton of buffalo milk) :)

22nd Feb 2007, 14:10

Sprocket says:

I swear I can see General Grievous on the side of that carton - is he a fan of goats' milk also??

22nd Feb 2007, 14:12

Steve says:

"Lisa Peacock was alone for so long, and then she discovered goats!"

Love the Bjork thing on the side bar

22nd Feb 2007, 15:09

kikuchan says:

I'm always thankful for goats.

22nd Feb 2007, 16:05

Steve says:

We should take a minute to think about goats

22nd Feb 2007, 16:24

Euphro says:

I can't believe you're still bleating on about this...

22nd Feb 2007, 16:25

Steve says:

Ok minute up!

I prefer Soya actually.... but that's because I have the dietary habits of a teenage girl... (without the vomiting) ((unless drunk))

22nd Feb 2007, 16:25

You might laugh, but I've been inspired.

22nd Feb 2007, 17:46

FilbertFox says:

never tried goats milk, but i loves goats milk cheese.

22nd Feb 2007, 18:27

Ahh! I saw this just yesterday nestled in amongst the rest like there was nothing wrong... If only I had a camera phone (that I could keep for longer than two months...)

23rd Feb 2007, 01:12

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23rd Feb 2007, 13:39

bobisdead says:

For the first 12 years of my life, goats milk was the only milk in our house. Every morning my Dad would go out into the goat parlor and milk our goats by hand.
I never knew any different...though I don't think I could drink it now. I love goat cheeses,but I don't drink any milk..occasionally soy.
Thinking back, it's a pretty rare thing, the way I grew up. We had hens, gardens, goats, and a remote unspoiled forest to explore.
Gawd I miss that.
This carton is pretty silly though..

23rd Feb 2007, 15:52

he he he :-)

23rd Feb 2007, 18:05