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Have You Ever Tried? Silk Light

Ever have a glass of milk and think "What the stuff is this shit?"  Like, some guy fondled a cow and now my lips are white.  This is like the cold opening for an episode of SVU.  Well, have no fear, there are alternatives.

I bought this because I heard about almond milk and wanted to try it, but saw that soy milk had far fewer negative stats (-30 hit points for fat, -20 mana points for calcium).  Real rap, I am just guessing.  But look, this Silk Light actually tastes very sweet and I am enjoying it better than all variants of milk.  The next step is to try a white Russian made out of Silk.  Details forthcoming.

Some of the health stats:
- It tastes good.
- It costs about $3.00.
- I have some in the fridge.

As a caveat, I am not a vegetarian or some such with a head for saving an animal, I have just always found dairy products to be kind of heavy and gross and mucus producing.

Hail Satan,

AWM

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  1. I love Silk! But I'm vaguely lactose intolerant sooooooooooo

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