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Controversy - Soooo, if milk is full of pus and crap Maggie T did us all a favour by snatching it off our kids?

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NadineBaggott Mon 26-Feb-07 10:48:59


Aloha Mon 26-Feb-07 10:50:23

It isn't full of pus! What nonsense!

foxinsocks Mon 26-Feb-07 10:54:28


Aloha Mon 26-Feb-07 10:56:55

Mind you, I was passionately grateful to Mrs T at the time for removing school milk as it was a daily torture (literally) to me. I would gag on the foul, lukewarm stuff. <<<<shudder>>>>

foxinsocks Mon 26-Feb-07 10:57:52

I had to have a letter to excuse me from having it <spew>!

Aloha Mon 26-Feb-07 10:58:23

beckybrastraps Mon 26-Feb-07 10:59:35

The bizarre thing was, even though I loathed the milk, I still wanted to be one of the children who got a second bottle in the afternoon (even warmer and more revolting having been left out all day...) as a reward for being good. I am such a swot.

foxinsocks Mon 26-Feb-07 10:59:50


poor you being forced to drink it

PinkTulips Mon 26-Feb-07 10:59:52

in germany there was a choice between plain or chocolate milk... guess which one i lived on

NadineBaggott Mon 26-Feb-07 11:02:50

remember this thread?

itsmeNDaveP Mon 26-Feb-07 11:05:39

milk in schools was minging. It was either warm and a bit smelly having been left outside in the warm, or it was half full of frozen lumps when it was left out in the cold.


I still don't like milk

CheesyFeet Mon 26-Feb-07 11:21:19

The saddest thing about losing the milk was not being able to be Milk Monitor any more. I used to love popping the straws through the bottle tops. It had the same satisfaction as opening a new jar of Kenco.

themildmanneredjanitor Mon 26-Feb-07 11:24:11

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

lionheart Mon 26-Feb-07 11:36:28

I rather liked the milk at schhol.
Tbh I'd be more concerned about the hormone supplements that enable the cows to produce so much milk rather than the 'pus' quota.

lionheart Mon 26-Feb-07 11:37:08

*school. I was paying attention back in those days.

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