First  Prev  1  2  3  Next  Last
Would You Water Your Plants With Your Breastmilk If You Had No Choice?
6638 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/5/17
im pretty sure milk would be somewhat toxic to plants in the level needed to keep them hydrated
27148 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / Prison
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/5/17

Lord_Wunder wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Lord_Wunder wrote:

Well, breast milk is milk made by humans that contains all the nutrients a baby human would need, similar to how cow milk is milk made by cows that contains all the nutrients a baby cow would need.

Following that logic, soy milk would be the ideal milk to water your plants with.


Well, no, we drink cows milk, just not pasteurized, as well as soy milk, from the milky udders of soy.

Therefore, it is only fair we trade our milk back in return. Capeesh?


Well, to be fair, I never said that you couldn't feed plants breast milk, just that soy milk, which has all the nutrients necessary for a baby soy to grow into a healthy adult, would be more beneficial.

Also, I feel your comment suggests that because we eat cows, it's only fair for cows to eat us, too...


No, death is not for everyone. Instead, cows should hook people like me to the milk machines 24/7 so we can supply our new cow overlords with a fresh supply of milk.
39410 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
23 / M / Florida
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/5/17
When I thought PV ran out of ideas for threads, he brings this.
Goddammit PV.
116956 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
70 / M / Columbia, MO
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17
Could be he's awaiting his order of Southwestern horned frogs from the high deserts of New Mexico to arrive. Imoutos have a tendency to postpone maturity if they are bored for too long a period of time. No maturity equates to breast milk development laxity. Not a pretty possibility when you're operating a household with lots & lots of 'em and have a backyard garden project outgrowing his monthly household water expenditure allotment granted by the state. I think PV is hoping these horned frogs will possess magical abilities to enchant the lasses just enough to raise their sense of self-esteem beyond the deprecating throes depression & boredom inflict on those fragile psyches.

And if this gamble from out in left field fails, well, there's always a chance Summerbeat can send in unicorns.

Won't that be exciting?
qwueri 
24216 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
32 / M / TN
Online
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17
39169 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Would You Water Your Plants With Your Breastmilk If You Had No Choice?










23260 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
The White House
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17
Can't I just urinate on them? Urine has a lot of ammonia that plants crave.
27148 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / Prison
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17

dragonlord1234 wrote:

im pretty sure milk would be somewhat toxic to plants in the level needed to keep them hydrated


Iunno. Rain comes from the sky, and is not rain the breast milk from the sweet teats of rain clouds, while breast milk is the rain of swaying breasts?

Just saying.
8487 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
25 / F / Charleston, South...
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17
Hmm. Well a woman only produces breast milk when she has a baby. So in that situation you have to choose to keep your blant slive or your baby.
9858 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / M / Palm Coast, Florida
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17
I...I don't know anymore, PV's threads are too high quality for me.
19860 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
30 / M / B.C, Canada
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17

Hobomilk wrote:

I wonder what It tastes like.....


Human Breast Milk? Slightly sweeter then cow milk with a lighter texture to boot. Still has lactose in it since it triggered my lactose intolerance but it was an experience that was well something to be done ya know.
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17

Ranwolf wrote:


Hobomilk wrote:

I wonder what It tastes like.....


Human Breast Milk? Slightly sweeter then cow milk with a lighter texture to boot. Still has lactose in it since it triggered my lactose intolerance but it was an experience that was well something to be done ya know.


Sounds like fun!
27148 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / M / Prison
Offline
Posted 5/5/17 , edited 5/6/17

Hobomilk wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:


Hobomilk wrote:

I wonder what It tastes like.....


Human Breast Milk? Slightly sweeter then cow milk with a lighter texture to boot. Still has lactose in it since it triggered my lactose intolerance but it was an experience that was well something to be done ya know.


Sounds like fun!


Imouto milk is udderly the best milk on the planet!
19860 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
30 / M / B.C, Canada
Offline
Posted 5/6/17 , edited 5/6/17

Hobomilk wrote:



Sounds like fun!


It was quite the experience, one I can wholly say everyone should try.
5330 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
UK
Offline
Posted 5/6/17 , edited 5/6/17
Plants can already get their nutrients from the soil and make their own food from the sun. I'd leave them to get their own water from the rain or as someone suggested you can always do the dog route and pee on them. Not everyone has given birth to a child and neither would they waste their milk that way.
First  Prev  1  2  3  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.