Bummed at how sucky it must be to be a food service worker, sorry bro.
Never in my life have i punctured one. Your worries are unfounded
Its Nelson brand milk. The name is on the outer bag
I can respect this even though I don't understand it. I am deathly allergic to all dairy, so I've never had milk or milk products.
But if it's like the difference between glass bottled soda and plastic, then I'll take fucking glass.
I have a shitty ass job, but I get to move a lot of milk bags. I puncture around 1% of them by mistake. On 50 bags, there's only one punctured by the delivery team.
On the other hand, cartoons, man, they always fucking leak.
Milk in any industrial container is plebastic9000.
This is 2015, not 1995, anything that isn't organic farm milk delivered daily by the owner personally is wageslave pleb as fuck.
That's actually quite clever. We have to deal with this shit where I live. But meh, it works, also can get as many milks as you want, or just one.
Thats not a pillow, thats milk, buddy
do tell of your past life, armyfag here. ive met several people who get va checks who dont give a fuck...
this thread is now for military milk lovers, enjoy.
Be warned, my story sucks.
>be a kid, military aviation in my family
>2004, going 15J, fuck yeah
>carry a Vietnam fucking shit radio during a 3 day Field Training Exercise at the end of basic training
>get to AIT, find spine and leg issues, chapter out
>wait a few years, get on a 10% check, wait another year or 2 for an upgrade to 60%, currently waiting for another upgrade and backpay to my discharge in 2005
>went to Canada 3 weeks ago
>asked cashier if they have milk in a bag in Canada
>looked at me like i was retarded and told me its either in paper/cardboard cartons or plastic jugs
damn... i didnt know you could get that level of benefits for less than a year of military time.
I got a brown recluse bite on my knee during my 3-day that got MRSA and almost had to get invasive knee surgery, but everything went ok.
Yeah, some people at the VA didn't think I could either. Then someone said "service connected" and I got hooked up.
Funny thing, my battle buddy from Reception Battalion got a brown recluse bit when I had my appendix removed, ended up in the same hospital room, called me bad luck.
>everything went ok
That's my problem, nobody seems to care about figuring this crap out and fixing it with me. Meanwhile, my wife with minimal massage and medical training talks about spinal alignment and disc issues.
and I look up at my white ceiling
and I look over at my white walls
and I look down at my white floor
and I look out of my white windows
and I thought my place was dirty because a ball of dust rolled across the room
this is npw an aleister crowley thread fuk u all
Not always. My highlight today was showing an engineer that the new nylon washers that insulate a board that I build into a box are twice as thick as the old ones. Now the procedure he has spent weeks on is messed up. He hung his head for the rest of the conversation.
And if all goes according to plan, new motorcycle by next year.
Milk in a bag?
You cant get milk in a bag in Britain, if you can ive never seen it in my 25 years of being alive.
Genuinely learned something new today, milk in a fucking bag!
doesn't look like there's any re-sealer on the bag, so you just leave a bag of milk open in the fridge? i've tasted milk that absorbed onion once and it was as terrible as it sounds. cartons/jugs win just on that basis alone.
I've been saving this for years
I'm from northern bc and I've never seen a bag of milk
all of this bag and carton talk, but I get milk in Gallon containers
Hear that Canada? You're literally Argentina-tier.
Totally, why would you want your own convenient vessel? How ridiculous! I'd much rather carefully open my retard bags, spill half out, and slop it in my festering cheese-lined milk bucket.