Funny thing is, they milk only the males.
But they’re distinctly not mammals, what is this “milk” they’re referencing?
@FP Waiter, I'm just gonna direct you over to farkleberry dumbbell's comment for your answer on that one......
@FP Waiter, *grinding and crunching in the distance*
@FP Waiter, I’m pretty sure coconuts and such aren’t mammals. I’m sure they can find a way
@A Little Stitious,
*Wiping hands with a rag*
Wait, you can't milk coconuts?...The fvck was I doing for the last 50 minutes?
@SimonPetrikov, WatchMojo: Top 10 Questions Scientists Still Can’t Answer
@FP Waiter, egg juice (no seriously) it's more like amniotic fluid in humans than milk.
@FP Waiter, so, I know this is in random but I had to look it up: there is ONE roach that doesn't lay eggs, but gives birth to live young and feeds them a nutrient-rich "milk" that she excretes. For all intents and purposes, it is real milk, more so than almond or soy milk. And it really is the most protein and calorie-rich milk ever.
I am both fascinated and disgusted.
If in the future I ever read the nutrition label and see on the ingredients “cockroach milk” I will not be a happy man
@Stealthytwinkie, better learn the scientific name for it then cause they'll bury that fact like a mother fûcker
Hmm...saving this for the next time I drink too much and want to force myself to throw up
Uhhh why do we know this
Oh Jesus no!!!