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Most Emailed Photos - 01/12/2004 by guyPaulo
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My weight problem is a direct result of overfeeding in my childhood.

The talking scale I bought screams "Get off me, elephant butt!" when I step on.

I blame my mother's breast milk capacity for my troubles.
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<Lauren> Hahaha!
<Axolotl> Disgusting! It's great!
<guyPaulo> Disgusting? That's funny, when I wrote this I got hungry for dairy products...
<Lauren> Would you like a slice of cheesecake with your milk, guy?
<guyPaulo> Humans are the only mammals that drink milk into adulthood. It's a little creepy when you think about it.
<mypalmike> And we drink the breastmilk of another species even. In many human cultures, drinking cow milk is about as taboo as bestiality.
<yoyology> It's also not really all that healthy. Especially for nonwhite children.
...www.aap.org...
Once children are past the age where they need the butterfat for weight gain, it's probably just as healthy (if not more so) for them to drink calcium-fortified orange juice.
...www.pcrm.org...
<guyPaulo> But who wants to dunk their oreos in calcium-fortified orange juice? Yuck!

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