Thirsty? Cows Are The Answer [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Weird

Not for milk though--milk is so last year.
There are 92 comments:
Male 628
misstranslation from japan? Calpis (pronounced cow piss)
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Female 62
It`s not a drink - its a liquid used in prayer rituals. That`s not a flame - its the manufacturers logo.
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Male 6,694
Nasty.
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Female 40
ii am sooooo buyin this n spikin all my ex`z drinks at skool lol
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Male 999
mmmm cow piss
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Male 162
does that symbol mean flammable?
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Female 3,598
i better not show you where the lemonade is made, sweet lemonade, sweet sweet lemonade.
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Male 1,243
@TowerOfMagda

Ha Ha I got all mixed up with usernames and the like. Still my point with the milk and puss nonsense that gets bandied about is that it`s a fairly minor and irrelevant issue, used quite often for propeganda. It also appears from your comment that you are quite patronising and perhaps a little pedantic. Mathematics as it is properly known, is not my strongest subject it must be said.
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Male 129
this is from india...cow urine is used in many rituals as a purifying substance...it also has anti-cancer activities. They even have a US patent for it!!

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Male 3,076
WTF?
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Male 119
@chimion - Its a hindu thing not muslim
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Male 25,417
why?
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Male 14
already on reddit
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Male 768
But....why do they stock so much of it?
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Male 795
Tangy.
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Female 314
D: do not want
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Male 527
Hey, look at the bright side. You don`t have to worry about being lactose intolerant with this stuff.
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Male 91
the Indonesian written : only for praying, dont drink.... it a Muslim thing lol
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Female 41
@ tearblood

I really hope you`re kidding.....cuz u make me want to kill myself
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Male 123
"i thought that milk was cow urine...."

i dont even..
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Female 2,695
..it`s flammable? am i the only one seeing that little "this is flammable" flame at the bottom left of that one bottle?
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Male 532
Well they already tried Milk, Milk and Lemonade, I guess some prepackaged cow fudge is coming to their store shelves next.
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Female 90
Yummy!
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Female 16
i thought that milk was cow urine....
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Male 648
The inside of CrakrJak`s fridge



wait for it...
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Female 836
tuxman4

Yum! Milk! Now with more cow pus!! LOL
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Male 496
Think of the profits our cattle industry is just pissing away!
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Male 367
thubanstar
"Really? You thought Milk was PUS? Wow, look both up on Wiki.... very, very different stuff. What do you think human babies eat, human pus? Ewww!"

Well now that Monsanto uses rBGH on cows, which gives them an increased risk of infection, there is more pus in milk now-a-days.
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Female 93
erm - Bioshocker was trying to say that cow milk does NOT equal cow pus.

He was getting at some basic math with that slash thing, y`know????
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Male 1,243
I think Bioshocker has been reading propeganda from the likes of PETA
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Male 505
@emmachaos

Please say you were just making a joke...please?
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Male 593
WTF? Well, I`d try it at least. Also... cow milk =/= cow pus )-|
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Female 836
emmachaos

Really? You thought Milk was PUS? Wow, look both up on Wiki.... very, very different stuff. What do you think human babies eat, human pus? Ewww!
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Female 843
"They drink the urine of a ram. ...If you can drink ram`s piss, f**k, you can drink just about anything."

Maybe they use the cow pee for training
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Male 224
Cow urine, because we didn`t know what else we could sell to stupid people. Now we know
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Male 45
@emmachaos milk isn`t pus, it`s milk
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Male 51
Is it a bad translation or a bizarre cultural thing? I guess we will never know.
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Female 36
In India cows are holy so I guess their urine is holy too.

(If this bottle isn`t from India them excuse me, I`m just making a guess.)
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Female 62
we eat their meat, drink their pus (milk), so why not try their urine?
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Female 149
@Pabasa (hey across-the-causeway neighbour!)
Well uhm a quick search on the net shows that the bottled liquid here is indeed meant as a beverage unfortunately

reuters.com/article/ idUSTRE51B1N820090212
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Male 224
Does that warning on the bottom left say its flammable?
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Male 1,043
``That would be such a dick move... I`m tempted to try it.``


Thnx for a fobia of orange juice now.. :s

`No sh*t, I can drink half a gallon and still be thirsty...`

But then you`ll spend a cr*p load a money on it. So I would say, gimme the urine juice!
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Female 4
@ Tisjoka.. I don`t know what you drunk in Japan but I seriously hope you didn`t actually drink bovine urine..

Calpis is white and is kind of like carbonated yukult... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calpis
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Male 3,482
[quote]someone is going to be drinking some nasty tasting orange juice[/quote]
That would be such a dick move... I`m tempted to try it.

Of course, it wouldn`t work on me. The ONLY thing I drink in the morning is chocolate milk. No sh*t, I can drink half a gallon and still be thirsty...
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Female 200
I respect this religion as it is my way... but... EW! Even if it`s just for prayers, that is gross.
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Male 70
"Noneatable". Thank goodness...
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Male 4,012
To expand on what Sagech said:

It`s apparently being sold in malaysia (I can tell by the price and the duhh, language).

it`s non to be eaten, and `untuk sembahyang sahaja` translates to `for prayer purposes only`.

I`m not Hindu though, so I cannot elaborate on the purpose of selling 90 mililitres of cow pee for 40 cents...
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Male 985
Im not sure if this is right, but in japan they have this thing called Cow piss, which is milk and lemonade, and is a sweet drink for japan, this might be the same thing, or not :P
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Male 3
"Untuk sembahyang sahaja" = Use them only for prayers lol
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Female 58
I just threw up a little....
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Male 17,512
teampink27: Their cows urine over there is flammable ?

Man I knew India was polluted but geesh.
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Male 102
wow... i didnt know cow urine was flammable (looks at fire in bottom left of bottle)
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Female 533
milk is bad as it is and now there`s cow urine? just, why?
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Female 463
Weird...
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Male 533
The writing looks like Tamil, a language in India. They use cow urine as some sort of cleaning agent.
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Female 525
It says non-eatable on the bottle. So yah.
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Male 2,748
wow... that`s... what`s it for?
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Female 196
I think in Africa, if I remember correctly, they pour it over their heads to change the color of their hair.

MechaWolf--I don`t get it.
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Female 798
I read something a while back talking about how Hindus have a purifying ritual (they specifically mentioned sodomy, bestiality, and other sexual "crimes")where the person had to eat a mixture of milk, cow urine, cow dung, and I think honey for a few days. Maybe this has something to do with rituals?
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Male 12,138
vv I know I-IS-BORED, I was just trying to be nice. Feeling mellow tonight.

And Seak, congrats!

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Male 2,419
@davymid
no, he says he`s thinking of the middle east, he`s just horribly horribly wrong
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Female 259
I`ve been in an embalming prep room and seen people with poles going through their heads, but THIS made me actually throw up a little.
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Female 173
the bottle says "noneatable" so I wonder exactly how it`s used...
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Male 39,554
@madest... you don`t think they bath in cow pee in the hospitals?.... have you SEEN the national health care plan in England? I believe it... LOL
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Male 12,138
[quote]I`m pretty sure this is from somewhere in the middle east. They worship the cow[/quote]
Yeah, that`s India you`re thinking of. Hindus specifically.
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Male 519
someone is going to be drinking some nasty tasting orange juice
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Male 5,189
Ill just stay thirsty.
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Male 116
I`m pretty sure this is from somewhere in the middle east. They worship the cow, and apparently its good luck if you put cow urine on you I think. I saw it on Ripley`s Believe it or Not.
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Female 855
Hell, women have been taking Premarin for years, for menopause, but how many know it`s made from pregnant mare`s urine?
So this doesn`t suprise me at all.
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Male 7,378
[quote]People who have madcow disease bathe in such products, it dramatically increases their chance of survival.[/quote]
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First of all, crutzfeldt-jacob disease is an incurable degenerative neurological disorder that nobody recovers from. The people who have mad-cow are typically in the hospital and I doubt they bathe them in cow pee.
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Female 3,562
There`s a major tribe in Africa that drinks fresh cow`s blood too.
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Female 151
this is definetly China...
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Male 12,138
[quote]Give some of that to the spam bot.[/quote]
Yeah, on it butcher. They`re swarming tonight for some reason, it`s like a practice run for the zombie apocalypse. Bear with us!
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Male 121
People who have madcow disease bathe in such products, it dramatically increases their chance of survival. Also perfectly healthy to lather in hair, or garrgle to decrease throat irratations.
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Male 4,807
Give some of that to the spam bot.
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Female 48
Thats not for drinking,it is for scent marking.
You can get urine of almost any animal.
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Male 2,148
I`m thinking Japan, but I can`t be sure.
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Female 346
why would anyone voluntarily drink that?
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Female 654
is that even for drinking, or did some idiot just assume that
our zoo sells poo, it must be to eat with morning toast
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Male 285
is it for drinking tho?
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Male 40,302
Just wrong, so very wrong...
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Female 3,574
@GuardinGnome D:
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Male 315
Guy 1: Where did you get the urine?
Guy 2: From the cows?
Guy 1: Dude, we don`t have cows. We have bulls!
Guy 2: *vomits*
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Female 30
WHAT THE F-
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Male 142
EWWWWEWWEWEWEWWWEWWW!!!
Nasty
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Male 39,554
No
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Male 2,893
I want some cow urine in my cheerios......
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Male 243
All that ammonia must taste mighty fine...
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Male 101
I think I just puked a little..
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Male 556
Um. Why?
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Male 15,510
Cows are always the answer
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Male 20,827
Link: Thirsty? Cows Are The Answer [Pic] [Rate Link] - Not for milk though--milk is so last year.
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