Discussion in 'The Fire Hydrant' started by StephyMei1112, Dec 10, 2012.
I'm not Canadian, but we also have proper bacon here!
Snowing lightly here this morning and my DH texted me to be careful driving. You know, since I'm just a silly woman and all.
I mean, really, the key is just to drive really aggressively, take corners too tight and drive really fast right? That's what tobogganing is like and a car is just like a toboggan on wheels, no?
Yes, with a Timmies DoubleDouble in one hand, chatting on our bluetooth (because holding a phone in our hand would be distracting and illegal) cell phone as we barrel down the 400 series pushing 130 while exclaiming, "Don't you worry about a thing honey, we have snow tires!"
Not that I'd ever do anything as crazy/stupid as that.
Ahaha I can totally picture me in this scenario.
Yeah I like how "free" it is here, both with signatures & pics & posts, some of he knee places I have been a member of I believe are way too restricting in their rules, I think that ppl are jut too thin skinned I am not.
OMG I'm going to get diabetes from the overload of cute in that pic
:rofl1: yeah WTF lol I got a bunch of pics of actual "bagged milk" ... Is it real fresh milk? Why not Just use cartons? Just curious.
:rofl1::rofl1: What the heck? :rofl1:
We have cartons also... we just don't use those big unwieldy gallon jugs, instead we buy bagged milk and you put it in a little pitcher and just cut the tip off the corner of the bag and a nice even stream of milk comes out when you pour it.
There is actually a loca dairy just down the road from us here in PA that sells milk in bags right from their dairy
...yes, its real milk. I guess the same could be said for the US.. why not just use bags?
Alberta has no bagged milk... Cartons and jugs here only.
Bagged milk is weird. Not that I can drink milk anyways.
This made me laugh. I had the best mental picture of people trying to pour their milk and having the jugs fly our of their hands and around the room like an out of control hose. :rofl1:
I think bagged milk is an Ontario thing.
Nah, its definitely in Quebec too
Bagged milk in parts of Nova Scotia too.
LOL seriously.... when it's brand new and the first pour... it never goes well. Haven't you seen the movie Big daddy? LOL when the kid tries to pour his milk and the jug falls and goes everywhere. They are so HEAVY lol
I grew up on bagged milk - in Pennsylvania
These are the mini bags we had in school if it copy's right.
Made good weapons to!
Never seen it in bags bigger than that! My fridge would be a mess!