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Women And Yoghurt?
 
# 1 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:06
 
 
Just when you think the market couldn't be saturated by enough yoghurt products aimed solely at women, along comes Denise Van Outen plugging yet another one. What is it with women and yoghurt? Does it remind them of man muck?
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# 2 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:10
 
 
Makes them feel healthy without actually having to bother being healthy...
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# 3 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:15
 
 
Maybe they should laugh alone with it


http://womenlaughingalonewithsalad.tumblr.com/
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# 4 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:16
 
 
I only like natural yoghurt, but not that fussed really.
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# 5 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:20
 
 
It's probably something to do with yeast infections
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# 6 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:25
 
 
Cheap pore cleansers...
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# 7 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 18:44
 
 
I always thought that was funny, it happens time and time again.
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# 8 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:19
 
 
If yoghurt is made from sour milk,
how can you tell if it's gone off?

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# 9 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:26
 
 
Apparently for an adult to eat as much dairy as we do is really unhealthy, it's really meant for growing bodies... This is according to one of my sister's doctor friends...
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# 10 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:36
 
 
Just look at the animal kingdom.
After the young animal is weaned, do you ever see an adult animal drink milk?
Milk is good for young, growing human children.
Once we reach adulthood it's only because of Kerrygold and other marketing departments that have created an outlet for their products, fooling us into believing we need this stuff in our diets. Look at how many adults are 'lactose intolerant'. Why?
D'oh! The adult body doesn't need it.
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# 11 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:37
 
 
Even since I put this thread up, a new weight watchers yoghurt ad just popped up on the tellybox. Every woman in Ireland must eat a lot of yoghurt by the looks of it.
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# 12 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:43
 
 
Someone said :
Just look at the animal kingdom.
After the young animal is weaned, do you ever see an adult animal drink milk?
Milk is good for young, growing human children.
Once we reach adulthood it's only because of Kerrygold and other marketing departments that have created an outlet for their products, fooling us into believing we need this stuff in our diets. Look at how many adults are 'lactose intolerant'. Why?
D'oh! The adult body doesn't need it.

Sometimes what is really cute is you see a really big weaned heifer/bullock drinking some milk from a cow I remember reading somewhere that america has loads and loads of stored butter on account of the preference for skimmed milk. I think most people are lactose intolerant cos it's cows milk... breast milk all the way...
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# 13 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:50
 
 
damn! I thought of the perfect response to the thread title, sadly one post too late.


..."oh, don't get me started on Woman and Yogurt"
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# 14 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:54
 
 
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# 15 : Saturday 14-6-2014 @ 19:55
 
 
Someone said :
damn! I thought of the perfect response to the thread title, sadly one post too late.


..."oh, don't get me started on Woman and Yogurt"

How is it one post too late??
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