Milking Is The New Planking
Students in Newcastle, England have come up with a worthy heir to the “planking” craze: “milking.” What you do is you buy a big thing of milk and pour it over your head in public. Seems very funny to me, for some reason.
YouTube-comment reaction to the video, posted 4 days ago, has been mixed. “that is foo kin quality,” said commenter “england8943,” while commenter “almighty jass” opined, “witless poshos.” “Poshos” appears to be a class-based putdown.
So far “milkers” have been filmed pulling the stunt in the middle of a road, outside bars, in a train station, and after popping out of garbage bins. (Due to my English degree, now I’m thinking about the characters in dustbins in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, although they weren’t pouring milk on their heads and also they didn’t have legs.)
Anyway, I approve this nascent internet craze!
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Well I mean first of all, it’s never a good idea to approach a hot black girl with an opening line about how much you love chocolate!
My son from the age of three always tells me about the “creeper man” who lives in my mom and dads bedroom. He brings it up after he visits them. I made the mistake once of asking what he looks like. My son said “Oh, he doesn’t have a face.”
We live in a time where media is considered obscenely trendy. By its very nature, media is meant to be trendy–a story must delivered in a timely, entertaining, and easy-to-digest fashion.
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