why oh why does an old bottle of milk take longer to finish just because you've got a newer bottle in the fridge?
i'm talking about milk you twat
Is it because we go for the freshest bottle and pass on the oldest you drunken cunt?
Okay....here's the real lowdown.
There is a certain culture in milk which produces a smell, which while not perceptible to the human nose is actually perceptible by other nearby similar dairy type cultures. You will find the same phenomenon happening with yogurt cultures.
One placed close to another in a cooled and close environment does produce this affect.
So it's not just your imagination.
This is based on a study I briefly scanned in the Lancet some years back.
Couldn't give you an exact reference.
Maybe google it?
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thanks russ. i knew it just wasn't me. jonny, i'm sorry for calling you a twat. i was on chang last night
There are few problems in life that cannot be solved with toast.
One of them, however, is opening a can of corned beef with that stupid key. This cannot easily be done at the best of times, and toast is of surprisingly little use in resolving the issue.
i know that but why bring up the mistake? i got russ's drift. too many people with too much time on their hands just spouting aimless bollocks imho