PETA wants Ben and Jerry to use breast milk

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  1. Becky
    September 28, 2008 at 8:32 pm

    I kid you not, It seems like I will have to buy my own cows, grow my own fruit trees, and have a little vegetable garden. Give me GM (those were slowly added to foods without our knowing about any of it, peoples!) foods anyday over some mommas excretions! EW! why don’t they just go ahead and use snot for flavoring then? Ewewewew. There has got to be some sort of disease they can find to prevent this.
    On a positive note, it would truly help women who are on diets..
    as of today, I am only purchasing SOY products…help the farmers and the cows!!

  2. Mike Nargizian
    October 1, 2008 at 9:38 pm

    Regarding Breast Milk –
    My friend is on an online webgroup of nursing mothers who share their knowledge and experiences etc… she’s pretty all natural when it comes to her baby… hates processed baby food…
    Anyway – she gets offers of serious money on a regular basis from weightlifters and athletes to buy her breast milk. There is no more balanced all natural nutritious meal than natural breast milk apparently.

    Not that I want to buy breast milk at the supermarket or in Ice Cream which is nuts… but just sayin…

  3. Becky
    October 2, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    There must be a reason why only babies breastfeed..
    Actually, Ben and Jerrys turned down the idea..very graciously.
    I would have said
    “Is this a joke? Are you freaking crazy?”
    Excellent advertising 🙂

  4. fireweed
    October 18, 2008 at 9:48 am

    Any company that goes down that road has to become a lab to test the milk the way donated blood is before it can be used.

    And oh! Imagine the lawsuit when someone feeds it to their kid and an allergic reaction ensues, or a nursing mother eats it. I see “lawsuit waiting to happen.”

    And that’s aside from the ikk factor of feeding my kid someone else’s milk. No thanks, we’ll partake of our own diseases, esp if the company paying for milk ever became a factor, because I don’t think too many cows sell their milk to subsidise a meth habit (“the way some humans do” for those of you who need it spelled out).

  5. DTMF
    October 18, 2008 at 9:54 am

    ewww human milk to make ice cream ?
    fuck PETA ! they can eat the shit and tell us how it tastes ..
    I think PETA tokes on the crack pipe a little too much, matter of fact why doesn’t Peta try the human milk ice cream ? they suggested it .. they might as well antie up to the table and stuff their moronic mouths with it
    Here’s a thought .. can anyone in PETA COOK? or do they randomly graze on lawns and tree leaves ?

  6. fireweed
    October 18, 2008 at 9:58 am

    la…kool aid. 😛

    and by the way: they have trouble milking cows but apparently none milking women? How would they plan to get enough milk for a commercial product? Some sort of mass production?

    Typical PETA fuckwads, more concern for animals and insects than humans.

  7. DTMF
    October 18, 2008 at 10:05 am

    May have some machine with a boat load of breast pumps connected to tubes and have all the Holly Wood Hookers walk into a milking parlor , with some 16 year old kid hooking them up to the pumps for 30 minutes all the while , the hookers are gulping down a Mocha Latte and munching on rice cakes made from alfalfa.

  8. Jeannie
    October 27, 2008 at 7:54 am

    So, I actually own an ice cream store & we make all our own ice cream. My first thought is, with only one small shop we go through an average of AT LEAST 42 gallons of ice cream on a summer day. So where are Ben & Jerry’s going to find that many WILLING women to pump breast milk for how many thousands of gallons a day they probably sell? Would it be high enough milkfat to keep it premium or would they have to downgrade to lowfat ice-milk or go all soft-serve like Dairy Queen?


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