ICME:Bag-o-implants?

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I need to quit watching those build-a-better-human shows with my teen. These milks at my youngest’s elementary school look an awful lot like those “D” cup implants on those shows.  Not sure exactly when the shift from the milk cartons took place but these are interesting delivery devices.  I am not so certain I approve of the dagger stab to get the straw in either, but whatever its a quick stress relief for them.  It is a healthy fat free milk product so I can’t complain when its on the after-school treat menu at his Village Afters School Program.

 Pic by me with the trusty phone cam, it is what it is and no matter how hard you stroke it, it will not get bigger. 

4 Replies to “ICME:Bag-o-implants?”

  1. The LAUSD started using these back when I was in the 1st or 2nd grade, so it was in 1995 or 1996. I remember that someone came to each classroom and demonstrated how to perforate the plastic with a straw. They are definitely fun to handle because they’re so jiggly in my hands (padum pum!). Needless to say, when I entered junior high, I got along with people who found that by biting open one of the white milk sacks and squeezing the milk out through the little hole, it was similar to a male organ releasing a liquid.

    They also make great milk grenades. Throw them far enough and they’ll splat if they hit the concrete. I’ve never done that myself. ;)

  2. Looks like the stuff we used to give prisoners when I was a police dispatcher in St. Joe County Indiana. I guess it was safer to give them plastic with pointy straws than cardboard with no straw.

  3. I lived in Jerusalem for a bit as a child. It was standard there for milk to come in a bag. (We’d put the whole bag in a pitcher and then cut off one corner with scissors to pour it out.) Though this is the first time I’ve heard of single serving bags.

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