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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #14 - auryn
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(08/03/2014) [-]
Ah yes, bagged milk.

Goes well with canned bread and some turkey in a jar.
#52 to #14 - vinexplain
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#59 to #52 - futaprincess
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Sweet echo, bro
User avatar #60 to #59 - vinexplain
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sorry, i didn't see that comment. i was on top comments, so i only saw #14.
#95 to #14 - pootington
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(08/03/2014) [-]
Delicious
Delicious
#31 to #14 - neefew
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#66 to #31 - gabenpls
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"there's more..."
#114 to #31 - mranldestroyer
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User avatar #12 - chestylarue
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I gotta say, I've lived in Canada my whole life, moved around a little, but never once have I seen bagged milk. So the real question is, am I truly Canadian?
#23 to #12 - anon id: 93965b61
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That depends, can you identify this distinct Canadian call?

Coo-roo-coo-coo-coo-coo-coo-coo, coo-roo-coo-coo-coo-coo-coo-coo!
#108 to #12 - hungrydeadguy
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I think bagged milk is only sold in Ontario, saves on packaging.
yay Ottawa
User avatar #17 to #12 - swagloon
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(08/03/2014) [-]
Not ending your sentence with eh?
Not saying sorry even once.
Not mentioning the war of 1812.
Not mentioning free healthcare.
Not mentioning maple syrup.
Not mentioning hockey.

Sorry to say this bub but you're not Canadian.
User avatar #21 to #17 - chestylarue
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This is terrible news, tell me doctor, is it contagious?
User avatar #22 to #21 - swagloon
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Unfortunately yes; I sorry to say this but you caught the American. It's best not to talk to other people and try your best about not thinking about Freedom, petroleum, and gunpowder. There is only one cure and that is drinking some Tim Horton's while eating frozen maple syrup on a stick while you ride a moose nude.
#64 to #22 - fuelnfire
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IDK. The smell of gunpowder and petroleum sounds llike Alberta to me
IDK. The smell of gunpowder and petroleum sounds llike Alberta to me
User avatar #124 to #22 - mangaexplain
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(08/03/2014) [-]
You forgot the bacon lollipop.
User avatar #90 to #17 - kaisakuenkou
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Canada wasn't even around in 1812
User avatar #123 to #90 - mangaexplain
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Canada was around it was just not an established country, Upper and Lower Canada were British colonies at the time of the war of 1812.
User avatar #92 to #90 - swagloon
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Sure but if you ask the average Canadians they will tell you that they personally burned down the US Capital during the war of 1812. Also your statement is kinda false considering the landmass Canada was around in 1812.
User avatar #94 to #92 - kaisakuenkou
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True The landmass was there, sure, but it wasn't called "Canada" nor was it recognized as an independant nation. so thats kinda not false
User avatar #27 to #17 - mystacheisop
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*bud
#29 to #27 - swagloon
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No.
#2 - campetersen
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User avatar #20 to #2 - firesquire
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why dont you just pour it in the pitcher? wouldnt that be just as easy? i mean, i understand that your milk comes in a bag and ours in containers and i dont care about that, but dont you have to hold on to the bag when you pour it? why not just pour the bag in the container so you can stabilize your glass with one hand and pour it with the other?
User avatar #28 to #20 - mhden
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probably so they dont have to clean the container everytime the milk runs out .
That been said the milk should spoil either way if it is left opened for more than 3-4 days .So there is probably a trick to it .Like using Laundry clips to close it back up like cereal .
User avatar #65 to #28 - sladee
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I just put it back in the fridge, it's not a lot of milk so it's usually used up in the time period you mentioned.
User avatar #57 to #20 - deathstare
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the bag is held in place by the forces of suction, like outer space, but for Canadians
#109 to #2 - anon id: 990ed986
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Which begs the question, why not just get a carton/bottle of milk?
User avatar #132 to #2 - rokkarokkaali
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My favorite part is pouring it out and then the milk starts dripping down the bag/jug and making a mess.
User avatar #30 to #2 - Anetheril
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But wouldn't it get all fridge-flavory?
#3 to #2 - campetersen
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and you'll need this on your adventure
User avatar #4 to #3 - sladee
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or scissors
User avatar #8 to #4 - beroty
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or a knife
User avatar #9 to #8 - vortexrain
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Or, you know, you could just buy a plastic/cardboard thing of milk.
User avatar #56 to #8 - deathstare
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.........teeth, guys? Anyone?
#84 to #8 - tazze
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hi there, Nautilus
User avatar #120 to #84 - beroty
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hello tazze
vladimir
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#75 to #2 - EdwardNigma
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I don't ******* understand you people.
In Australia, we have the milk in containers, either 1 litre, 2 litres, or 3 litres. The 1 litre bottles have no handle, but are easy to pour, the other two do have handles. It's easy, logical, quick and easy.
Why, for the love of god, do you put milk in a bag, then in a jug thing, when you can just ******* put it in the jug from the get go? Are lids non existent? **** *****. ****.
#111 to #75 - lolwutthef
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well... in argentina we have bagged milk... and bagged yogurt and its the tastiest **** ever *****
#6 - LoliSama
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#49 - camzore
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applecopy, could you stop with the tumblr posts pls, ust post this stuff in moderation.
#78 to #49 - anon id: 2d519d74
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just flag all his posts as spam and thumb him down.
#1 - midothegreat
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Comment Picture
#5 to #1 - anon id: 26acb32c
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american science
User avatar #39 - littleliz
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i understand its milk in a bag but i still dont get why. you have to transfer it to a container. then you have to wash that container and repeat. i would rather just buy it in a container. no dishwashing involved
#149 to #39 - thatquickbrownfox
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Yeah, but I'd assume buying an extra jug or a carton each time you buy milk is worse for the environment.
#41 to #39 - mattwithnonumbers
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umm.. does this clear things up for you?
#112 to #41 - bval
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Seems like you'd still end up with small spills on the side of the pitcher, necessitating cleaning the pitcher once in awhile. Also, I'd like to know how long the milk lasts, considering that you cant' seal it very well.
#168 to #112 - thumblocked
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Nope, it pours out smoothly and consistently. Also, the milk lasts quite a long time in the fridge.
#102 to #41 - talked
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YOU FOOL! If you don't cut a corner off the back, air can't flow in properly!
User avatar #42 to #41 - littleliz
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its 4 am i thank you for a picture explanation rather than a word one. this still has more questions but i think i understand enough. its kind of like cereal.
#43 to #42 - mattwithnonumbers
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yeah kinda you get three of these in one of those stupid bags you see above and just drop it in the pitcher and cut the corner open with some scissors or a knife
User avatar #48 to #43 - littleliz
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i guess packaging and waste wise this is a better system.
User avatar #33 - xgeneration
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what's so hard to understand about bagged milk, i'm from vietnam and we have it here
User avatar #34 to #33 - anonymoose
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Why put liquids in a bag when bottles exist?
User avatar #36 to #34 - xgeneration
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because
bags
User avatar #37 to #36 - anonymoose
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It's impractical. If the bag gets a hole in it, the whole thing will drain out.
User avatar #61 to #37 - whycanticaps
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idk about anyone else, but I can safetly say that after drinking bagged milk for 20 some years, I've yet to encounter a problem with an accidental milk bag holing. I mean, you have to snip the corner off in order to get the milk out, so I guess there's that
User avatar #38 to #37 - xgeneration
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idk about the canadian bagged milk but over here we have those hard carton like bag
#40 to #38 - swagloon
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If you used hard carton bags than why not shape that hard carton into boxes.
User avatar #70 to #40 - xgeneration
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that's what i always wondered
User avatar #54 to #34 - llpanic
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because it's easier to dispose of bags when empty
User avatar #35 to #33 - beasert
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They must not realize the bag goes in a pitcher.
#74 to #33 - anon id: 204a662a
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In Spain, normal milk comes in cartons and "fresh" (non-UHT) milk usually comes in bags. Why, I don't know.

Pic related, it's a common Spanish citizen.
#89 - popnotes
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I usually don't mind applecopy tumblr posts, but this is just absolute ******* cancer.
#45 - bakinboy
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Canadians live in a world of chaos
Canadians live in a world of chaos