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when my little sister was 6 yers old she would still drink milk from the bottle so my grandmother wanted her to get rid of it so she told my sister if we take all your milk bottles & plant them in our garden we would grow a bottle tree & more & more bottles would grow out!!! so she gave them to my grandmother & she throw them away but told her that next week we would go see the tree grow grow & grow!!! but eventually it didn't & my little sister got over from driking milk with a bottle!!!
I thought that the phrase "lactose intolerant" was "lack toastandtolerant" (Yes one big word) for the LONGEST time.
when i was six i belived that cows milk was their urine
when i was younger, my mom used to ask me if i wanted some skim milk and i always thought she was saying skin milk, and that is was made from cow skin!
When I was a child I refused to drink milk because I thought it was Cow Pee. It took me a long time to drink milk because of that.
When I was little, I thought someone lived behind the shelves where the milk was. I mean, I did see the milk being restocked, so why shouldn't there be someone living there to restock it? AND ONE DAY, I recall seeing the actual person who lives there, and I was really excited, so I told my mom. She didn't believe me one bit, of course.
when i was little i knew that breast milk came from breasts, but i thuoght it was de-hydrated milk powder, and you had to drink lots of water to get milk.And i thought it was the same stuff that came in gallons at the store, and the inside of dandelions.
when i was little i found out that grown up women could spray milk out of their brests, so whenever my mom asked me if i wanted a glass of milk i thought she would go behind the counter and take her shirt off and spray it from her boob. Iwas over at a friends house and my friends mom asked me if i wanted some milk and i said "sure, do you need some help spraying it out of your boobie, like my mommy does?"...i never went over to little sara's house again.
lmao i feel dumb, but im 15 and last night at the movies with my girlfriend i thought that chocoate came from brown cows, i didnt think it was realy chocolate i thoght it was just a different type of milk that came from different type of cow
For the longest time, I used to believe that if you chewed up sting cheese or cream cheese for a really long time, it would turn into milk. I have no idea where that came from, but I would sit in front of the mirror for hours, watching myself chew the string cheese, trying to figure out how it became milk.
When my oldest son was little, he asked where chocolate milk came from. Without batting an eye, I said, chocolate cows. He said so does that mean vanilla milk (white) comes from vanilla cows? He's now 20 and still slips up and says he wants vanilla milk.
When I was a kid, I used to believe chocolate milk came from chocolate frogs-curse my convincing aunt and gullible mind!!
When I was little, a child in my class told me that skim milk was skin milk. He claimed that they made it with ordinary milk, but they put a piece of cow skin in it and left it in the sun. A few days later, a milk carton cleared this up.
Chocolate, they say, rots your teeth. I believed if you drank chocolate milk, your bones would be brown.
i used to believe strawberry milkshakes use to come out of red cows
When I was 4, with a new baby brother, I was told the baby drank milk when breast-feed. I assumed and believed for years that there were two because one was chocolate milk.
My dad was explaining to my sister and I that dairy cows produce milk after they have had a calf. My mother said "No they don't. The just start producing milk when they get older". My father asked her "Did you start producing milk before you had babies?. Poor mom was so embarrased.
When I was a little girl I remember learning that babies were given "formula" to drink from their bottle. I thought I would like to be a Mom some day, but I was worried because I didn't know what the "formula" was. I wasn't sure that I would be good enough at chemistry to make the correct "formula" for my baby. I eventually learned that there was no magic equation for this formula. Maybe that whole misconception is what helped me decide it was best and easiest to nurse my babies!
In kindergarden used to believe that if I drank milk, I would grow facial hair ["milk mustache."] But for some reason I didn't think this applied to chocolate milk, so for about 2 years I would only drink chocolate milk.
untill i was about 8 i honestly believe that milk was cow pee. strangely enough that didn't prevent me form drinking it. i figured... if it tastes good, who cares what it is?