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Tom Hopkins
Tom Hopkins Member Posts: 554
But only with whole milk; and, only when ice cold.

The milk is so cold, you get a brain chill and your esophagus closes, making breathing impossible. When you black out, you lose bladder and bowel control.

The fine print also says, "The "kit" comes with a case of adult sized Depends."

(;-o)


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  • John R. Hall
    John R. Hall Member Posts: 2,246
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    Necessary evil

    I clicked on the latest from Ruthe about Jerry's bash and since somewhere in the thread the wording alluded to drink (not excessive, mind you) up pops and ad for the "Chuggler" at the bottom of the the thread. Here is some descriptive text from the ad:

    30 Ounces in 1.75 SECONDS
    12 INCH HOSE * 1/2" DIAMETER
    *Store with hose detached
    * USE AT OWN RISK *

    It is sad to see this type of product being promoted and glorified in this ad. Check it out as I am sure the ad will appear at the end of the thread.

    This time of year is especially dangerous for drinking and driving with proms and graduation parties. We, as a family, have talked about drinking and driving as my kids will face those choices in the upcoming years. My son asked me if I ever drove when drunk and I said yes, many times. I did that in my younger, "stupid" days when I didn't care about the consequences for myself or anyone else. Now I care a whole lot about myself and my family -- and other families on the road.

    We all make choices. Choose not to buy the "Chuggler" eh?

    P.S. -- I'm not a prude, just not as dumb as I used to be.
  • John R. Hall
    John R. Hall Member Posts: 2,246
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    Contradiction

    The website is full of pictures of people partying with the Chuggler and has listed uses for it such as bachelor parties and wet t-shirt contests, etc.

    Then look at the very upper right corner in smaller print:

    "Not for use with alcoholic beverages!"
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