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#7 - mookiez
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(06/23/2013) [-]
I would say it dilutes it? Not sure.
#8 to #7 - dieanons
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(06/23/2013) [-]
If diluting was the case, I think water would do the job as well. Not sure though
#9 to #8 - mookiez
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(06/23/2013) [-]
Maybe it has a better ph for diluting stuff that water.
#11 to #9 - makotoitou
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(06/23/2013) [-]
Basically. Cleaning products are bases and milk is slightly acidic so it neutralizes out.
#14 to #11 - sparkytwl
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(06/23/2013) [-]
i always thought milk was a base?
#15 to #14 - makotoitou
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(06/23/2013) [-]
I thought it was too, but I checked Dr. Google first.
#16 to #15 - sparkytwl
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(06/23/2013) [-]
but then why does it neutralize spices in spicy food?
#31 to #16 - trickytrickster
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(06/23/2013) [-]
The fats in the milk, and reactions with the chemicals that cause the spiciness.
#19 to #16 - dabronydude
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(06/23/2013) [-]
this is going to be super layman's terms because i am tired as ****,
the spicy food burns holes into your tongue, the milk fills the holes. then there is chemicals and pain and nerve endings.
night, bleh.
#17 to #16 - makotoitou
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(06/23/2013) [-]
Because spicy food is actually just pyros in disguise?
#18 to #17 - sparkytwl
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(06/23/2013) [-]
#12 to #11 - mookiez
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(06/23/2013) [-]
That makes since. Thanks random internet traveler.
#13 to #12 - makotoitou
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(06/23/2013) [-]
Anytime.
Anytime.
#10 to #9 - dieanons
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(06/23/2013) [-]
True dat