It would be funny writing the job description for that one. ;D
I think the first customer with a moustache thought all his christmass had come at once ;)
Wonder what it tastes like. Ive tasted really fresh cows milk (45mins) and it was really sweet. Would be great for a latte.
That first one looked like a setup.
Second one too.
If you look at her right hand it looks like shes squeezing something every time down near her hip.
If it was real shed be using both hands.
Besides which breast milk doesnt squirt like that.
Woman arent cows.
Yes I am with you TG
The first is I think a set piece to get attention (unless I see milk come out of the breast I donít believe it)
Second is a Funny TV show canít remember the name but itís from Europe
Now I remember "Naked and Funny" is the name of the show
Darn Utube here is an Aussie. Anyone know him must be one of the 10 million of us blokes ;) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bcPiflBDdE
Ill agree that it is most likely a setup. But who says shed need two hands or that breast milk doesnt squirt like that? :-? Unless you yourself have breast fed TG :o i dont think you should make a statement like that.Originally Posted by Thundergod link=1217148245/0#4 date=1217160029
I agree it does look like a setup, but youre wrong on both counts above ;)Originally Posted by Thundergod link=1217148245/0#4 date=1217160029
wrong on all accounts, except the last one *:P ;)
elaborate: havent seen the vid, but squirts are common, even one handed ones (baby in one hand, test supply.... oops..:P )
and for some women who cannot drink dairy, goats or even soy during their feeding period, breast milk is the only option for "whitening " their coffee/tea... not my preferred cup, but it is possilbe! ;D
Lizzi, not to say you havent more experience than me but I have two kids and Im questioning the authenticity of the video from what I consider a pretty good knowledge base.
The squirts in question are too long in both time and distance and too accurate to be real unless the waitress in question is a freak.
I refer back to her other hand squeezing something at hip level.
Her hand is not in a natural position.
TG, you made me look at the video ::) ::)
i agree her hand is doing "something" and that in itself would indicate that it is a hoax, but jeez, it is a good one!!
the make-up department involved in that one should get an award!!
and from the perspective of someone who has expressed (for what seemed endless months :o) volume, direction and strength of the "expressions" seem totally plausible.
Yep as I mentioned above itís from a show called Naked and Funny on Pay TV
It is similar to Candid Camera
But Naughty :)
I caught it again repeated the other night
Patrons sit at a cafe and the waitress gives the breast milk when they ask for milk
Patrons later are told of the set up and have a laugh
[QUOTE=Thundergod link=1217148245/0#12 date=1218368270The squirts in question are too long in both time and distance and too accurate to be real unless the waitress in question is a freak.[/QUOTE]
The accuracy is pretty amazing. If it were real then some of the customers would have had milk on their face and her blouse would have wet spots ;D
Funny how were repulsed by human milk but not the milk of another animal!
I would say people are not repulsed by it. Best description i can give is what the Germans say - its "unheimlich"Originally Posted by Ali link=1217148245/0#15 date=1218408501
Lizzi do I call you Annie Oakley from now on?
Ali Im not repulsed at all.
If anything, skim repulses me.
Originally Posted by Thundergod link=1217148245/0#12 date=1218368270
Im not saying this is real, but Im with Lizzi on this one, those squirts are totally plausible. My wife used to amuse us for hours playing target practice across the room.
Hmmm ... my wife became the master of the double-handed breast squeeze squirt-&-aim technique with our twin boys - them sparrow-like, with their gobs wide open at every hour.
We gotta a foam-like donut concoction around her to rest the boys, then when they where ready ... attach!
If one was stubborn, Id hold him while my wife aimed.
Amazing skill. ;D
The stubborn one went on to formula after a few weeks ::)
In coffee ... :P
Ill have to try this next time I have someone over:Originally Posted by anthonyd link=1217148245/0#16 date=1218417952
"How do you have your coffee?"
"White with one please"
"ICow, soy or breast milk?"
I wonder how many of the husbands went up and ordered another ;D
Originally Posted by Mr Macchiato link=1217148245/20#21 date=1218453188
You see i would have asked if they dont mind leaving the milk jug on the table!
The show is sooooooo funny
Every skit has some sort of naked Girl or Boy in it
I wont describe some of the funniest ones as my description may offend
my only problem with breastmilk is that I dont like the taste. Its very sweet tasting, but not sugary sweet, really sickly sweet. Its definately an aquired taste.
:o :o :oOriginally Posted by mattyj link=1217148245/20#24 date=1218587747
ONLY problem? Other problems might be that not many shops sell it and if they did it probably wouldnt come in big enough bottles. ;D ;D
But if marketing cow milk is as easy and successful as it seems, I would think marketing breast milk should be a breeze. I can picture the commercials ::) ::). Just have to find a way to mass produce it :-?.
"an aquired taste"? I disagree - youre born with it and then "dis-acquire" it after about 6-12 months. "Re-acquiring" it is a bit weird (IMO), although is acquiring a taste for cows lactation any less weird than for human lactation? :o :o :o
My head hurts...time for another cuppa (with cow milk!).
Careful you might give the canibals solid argument there!Originally Posted by GregJW link=1217148245/20#25 date=1218588919
yep ;D ;DOriginally Posted by Thundergod link=1217148245/0#17 date=1218419286
Well from m expireiance Breast milk is soooo much better than formula in taste!
Are you speaking from recent experience here CI or do you just have a very good memory?
My wife finished breast feeding about 6 years ago. curiosity go the better of me one day so had to try it. (expressed) then the formula. The latter is absolutly horrible. I think babies only drink it because they havent had espresso yet! one they had there would be no going back.
My wife had twin lads 5yrs ago ... one of them took to the breast no probs, but the other wouldnt - so it was formula for him. Worked out logistically a good balance back then, as I could relieve the double-whammy feeding burden on mum (er, I did the formula feeds ;D).Originally Posted by Crisp image link=1217148245/20#30 date=1223518623
Couldnt bring myself to tasting mothers milk, it seemed rather weird, & the lad needed the calistemon (I think thats what its called) more than I.
I did however sample the formula - once & once only - & agree with you CI. Quite repulsive. Kinda like powdered clay with water added - grainy & dirty feeling on the palate, & when swallowed I recall Clag glue came to mind as the regrettable taste sensation.
No way was that being added to my morning espresso :P
Its colosterum. And they only get it for the first few days, than the milk changes again...
sounds disgusting. But who knows, someone is obviously game to try it.
Formula No way.. Do not like it at all...
As for the real stuff... Very sweet and nothing yuck about it...
One of the BioMeds at work is part of a breast feeding and education group... Her best efforts was 750ml expressed in one sitting.
There are places OS where they pay up to 10Ero /L for breast milk.. It is then treated and available for purchase. Usually mothers who can not produce their own. However members of the general public, can and do purchase.
NOTE: Early historians have many documented cases where the Rich and Nobel across many societies and cultures around the world; had wet nurses. Not just when they were young but right through their adult lives...
At the end of teh day there is nothing wrong with the product... It is our culture and the emotions etc that we place on the actual act, that get in the way.
How interesting is that. When my wife was born her mum had such an oversupply that most of the special care nursery was fed on her milk (expressed of course). When our first was born she was in special care being tube fed as she was 7 weeks premmie and had no suck reflex. My wife was producing enough milk for her and 2-3 other babies but health and safety laws prevented any other baby from having it. Thinking back we could have been rich at EURO 10 / L.
WHS and over the top risk assessment etc sometimes misses the point...Originally Posted by 0A3335343F3F280508353B292E3F285A0 link=1217148245/35#35 date=1232758266
In the prem section at some hospitals to day, they are working hard to come up with a process to treat but not destroy the quality of mothers milk...
The fore milk and colosterum is so vital for a good of the immunization system that Drs, Staff and Mothers are working to get it fully accepted and to manage the risk.
So often while we think we are making progress, we actually go backwards...
I find that the milk seperates in the cup but it is worth noting that breast milk can be frozen for up to six months which is pretty good for an extended shelf life...