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Old 06-02-2010, 09:43 PM   #31
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good or bad, i don't have a clue. i just think it tastes like doo doo. had that rhymes. lol

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Old 06-06-2010, 10:50 AM   #32
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Ha, what a laugh. I happen to dislike milk. Oh, don't get me wrong, I like every form of milk, especially cheese, and yogurt and .... well, you get it. But one of the very, very, very few foods I really dislike is a glass of milk. I grew up with my friends' moms and my mom's friends saying to me, "Drink your milk, Claire, or you won't up to be big and strong." I started laughing when they had to look up at me to say it. God alone knows how much my mother went through to try to get me and my next younger sister to drink milk. My husband still tells me that I'm going to regret not drinking milk as a child (by the way, he's 63 and lost 2" this year. I'm 55 and am as tall as I ever was). Get that calcium any way you can ..... But it seems most of my friends and family members who have bone loss have actually loved milk. It probably doesn't hurt that I'm just big.

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