I would trust a man with a gun before a guy who puts his milk in bags
@420coolguy69, we understand your concerns, but up here in canada we're all about tradition. That's why we compensate for our bagged milk situation with, what I've been told, are our world class manners. :) sorry for any undo stress friend
@420coolguy69, what about a guy who puts guns in bags of milk?
@Logybear, I don't care who puts their milk in what. My concern is: how do you store it? It's it like in a Ziploc bag you can re-close? If not, how do you keep a half full, open bag of liquid from spilling over?
@420coolguy69, what if he's a man with a gun who's forcing you to drink bagged milk at gunpoint?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, personally I store my milk in guns
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I believe I once saw that they placed them in pitchers.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, we keep them in pitchers like on the right side of the picture. I usually just cut one corner of the bag to pour it and then put it in the fridge like that.
@Galil, honestly though, what's the appeal of buying milk in a bag rather than in a jug? I feel like it's just milk with extra steps.
@110100100, honestly, at this point I'd say mostly force of habit. I had to check but apparently it was a lot cheaper when it started back in the late 60's to buy the bags than the glass jugs that were sold at the time. Nowadays the cost is the same buying a 4L plastic jug or a 4L bag, so it's really just the way a lot of Canadians (in the eastern part of the country at least) are familiar with getting milk so they just keep doing it that way
@420coolguy69, don't trust anyone who loads up any McDonald's McCafe machine then. Those are all in bags from the truck.
But they don’t actually USE it in the bags. They have to have a special pitcher the bag goes in to pour the milk so all they add is another step.
US: 1. Open container 2. Pour milk
CAN: 1. Remove milk bag from milk bag bag (at least the ones I saw in BC and this picture had two bags) 2. Cut open milk bag 3. Place milk bag in container 4. Pour milk
Now that’s Canadian efficiency!
@pleroma77, we uh....we do still sell milk in jugs and cartons ..sorry you didnt know that
@pleroma77, this depends where in Canada you live too. In Ontario, they put the milk bag in a pitcher and cut a corner.
In Alberta, we don't have bag milk ( at least that I can find) . Jugs and cartons here.
@werp zerp snickel, as a kid growing up in the 80 and 90 we had them in bc... but they gone away even there
@pleroma77, you just haven't used bagged milk and assuming it's not efficient. The pitcher can support the bag to pour effectively.
@pleroma77, as a Canadian I want to make it clear that you always place the bag in the container first, then cut the corner. If you cut the corner first you’re going to have a bad time.
@NotTheDoctor, thank you. He also forgot the most crucial part. When you put the bag in, you gotta bang it once on the table, just to make sure the bags in there nice and good
@Logybear, I do that why it’s kinda funny about it still being an option. My understanding is that it came about years ago for logistical reasons.
@Factory BOY, not the point. The fact you even have to own the pitcher is why it’s inefficient.
@Duncan5769, yeah I can imagine getting an air bubble underneath would be messy.
@pleroma77, you go to pour your milk and the milk bag decides to just... jump out
I don't believe this man is Canadian. He didn't apologize for that.
@ThePandaPool , he hides behind maple covered lies
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, those are some delicious lies...
Has this man ever been to a Walmart. I work here and would never trust these people.
@Hagasay, I mean true. If you're going anywhere might as well bring one. Do people think we live in a world where nobody ever does anything bad to anyone else?
@Hagasay, maybe that's because of the guns? D:
@Logybear, maybe cause people are shîtty on their own
@Richard Cypher, I don't get why people don't understand gun ownership. Yes there are bad people and bad people will find any tool to be bad with. Do guns make it easier to be bad? Yes. But as a law abiding and sane person, if you can carry a 2-4 lb tool with you that could save you life from someone bigger, stronger or with any tool, from causing you harm, would you not want it? Better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.
@Richard Cypher, ya and guns will never change that lol
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I own several guns actually, mostly for hunting a target practice...what I dont understand is why some gun owners feel the need to be protected 24/7...live life on the edge...bad sh*t happens, people die...personally I've never felt the need to carry a gun...ever...I get the appeal but I think it's super unnecessary
@Logybear, again. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. I've got a pocket gun, a small .380. I don't even feel it on me anymore. I don't ever want to use it. But if I have to, I'm glad I have it.
@Logybear, also, please answer my question about bagged milk. I seriously need to know...
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I'm a little more open to the idea of concealed carry rather than full blown open for sure. It's just where I live, to protect my self from a threat like a bear or wolves i would need something sizable to carry for the just in case, but I still feel safe without ya know? My thoughts on gun control would land somewhere between the states and canada...have what guns you want but be educated, be safe, and some form of gun ownership registry would be awesome
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, as for the milk, theres a special holder you buy and put the bag in, the you cut the corner of the bag so you can pour it and put it back in the fridge :)
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, also I'll just say now I'm leaving out a million other thoughts and opinions on gun control because I was tryin to keep it semi short and sweet for the sake of the comment section lol
@Logybear, “why do gun owners feel the need to be protected 24/7, live life on the edge” sorry bud but that is just dumb
@Richard Cypher, "I'm gonna carry a firearm through everyday life because I've got hero complex and constantly live in fear" if a gun is your identity, your only means of way through life without anxiety you need some self reflection pal, maybe some therapy...I'll stay happily dumb over here
@Logybear, it has absolutely nothing to do then anxiety or a hero complex. Your statement was just retarded in any context and the only reason you think it’s valid is because you don’t like people having guns for self defense.
Maybe the police should close down after dark. No one needs protection 24/7 right. And it would save money. It’s a stupid point
@Richard Cypher, actually it 100% does...pretty much evet developed country gets along just fine without guns for personal protection...so my statement wasnt retarded, it's just reality for pretty much everybody on the planet. You also seem to misunderstand how law enforcement works. Crime happens weather or not police are on duty.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I don't think enough people realize it's a tool, not a toy.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I get you but also I prefer the run option and try very hard to avoid those kind of situations. I do understand the world is random but it's also possible that pulling a gun escalates things and you get shot too. Safest statistically is running. Now this is coming from a gun owner but I dont carry and I also ran track and stay fit but I honestly dont see the need and feel safer knowing that I'm just gonna run. I have had a gun pointed at me before, I ran and they didnt end up even shooting, I was pulled over taking a piss in bumfvck Tennessee had I pulled a gun or probably resisted at all I could've been shot. Better to just run.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, you make a great point. But i’d like to point out most people that are ‘against guns’ ARENT against guns for the average joe to protect himself. They’re against guns going to just anyone without a background check, and (some) are against people getting guns that can be used not for protection, but mass shootings. Ya feel?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, If you live in a neighborhood where you feel you need to be armed and prepared, you need to consider moving. Also, have you learnt nothing from countless mass shootings that easily accessible gun ownership just leads to tradgedy? If you feel insecure, go to the gym.
To be fair it would be more apt to say “who brings and gun to a Walmart without it being a properly registered and licensed concealed weapon”. There is absolutely nothing wrong with bringing a weapon that you carry legally and have been properly trained with to a crowded area as long as you follow all listed rules for that area. I mean regardless of your views on gun ownership we can all agree that Walmart shoppers can be a bit on the insane side at times plus there are always those crazy people who actively enjoy hurting or scaring people. Long story short if you’re not actively breaking the law by carrying your weapon in the location then do what you like. It can be akin to a security blanket at times for some people, especially those who have been in a situation where they were utterly helpless. It may, and honestly hopefully, never be shot outside of a training situation but the idea of having it can make all the difference to someone in that situation. Just saying
@George Feeny, before anyone freaks out let me clarify I don’t own a gun, I don’t plan to ever own one. That said I also don’t see a reason to act like someone being a licensed concealed carry holder is the same as a crazy person who wants to hurt others. If you do feel that those who own guns are monsters that’s your prerogative and I truly couldn’t care less. I really don’t feel strongly one way or the other about the topic so I won’t really have any interest in anything more than a simple discussion. I do always enjoy hearing the views and opinions of people of both sides of a touchy subject so feel free to post them here, just don’t expect me to argue for it against it.
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If you saw the people in walmart we see you’d bring guns in too!
Have you BEEN to walmart? Youre foolish to go without a gun!
I do! I take my guns to walmart!
Have you ever been to Walmart? A gun is almost a necessity.
People who dont wanna sit there and watch their family get executed by a guy with a illegal gun.
I would take a gun into walmart to protect myself from the other people in walmart
I’ve had a concealed carry permit for over 6 years, and carry everywhere. Yup, even Walmart.
Calling the cops when you need help is great, but what are you going to do until they get there? I know what I’m gonna do: Defend myself and my family.
I've carried alot of places, never wall Mart.
Guess what mutherfkr- my hero
I grew up with bagged milk. I thought the jugs were weird. Now we can’t get bagged milk.
EAST canada!!! This shjt is NOT in the west!
@PunnyBaker, to be more specific, this one come from atlantic canada, N-B
As a Canadian...I'd be willing to trade my milk for guns
Liquids are made infinitely more convenient by providing them the stability of a rigid container. The world is dangerous, so you keep a gun on your hip. Anything else?
I mean walmart is where it came from anyway
Well we still had an incident a bout a year or so ago where somebody opened fire in a walmart about 30 minutes from my house and i can tell you that that walmart also sells that exact brand of bagged milk
Bagged milk..... like it has to spill a little every time you cut the bag open