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By Anonymous / Sunday 30 March 2014 10:04 / United Kingdom - Romford
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  Stazza11  |  27

OP forgot to mention her age, meaning this could either be a simple mistake or it could have been done out of spite.

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  FYLTHOUGH  |  15

Who still measures milk in pints?

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67: It's still fairly common, but probably not the way you're thinking. Often if you get a "single" (single being in quotations because it's usually consumed in one sitting but is actually 2 or 2.5 servings) serving of milk or chocolate milk (like out of the dairy case at a convenience store), it will come in a pint. I bought one the other day.

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  amisenho  |  11

I did something similar to this when I was 6; my mother gave me a $5 bill and asked me to get four quarters from the cashier at the restaurant we were leaving. I went up to the cashier, got the quarters, told the cashier that I didn't need the rest (since I thought my mother only wanted the quarters), and left the restaurant. Needless to say, math and common sense weren't my strong points in school.

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  ashleyylove3  |  22

112: I don't really see that as your fault. Instead of your mother telling you she specifically wanted four quarters she should have just said four quarters in general. All you did was follow her request.

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  ea247  |  20

Hahahaha XD

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  27inch  |  9

I don't get it

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  shaww  |  28

#5: NOO SHIT

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  barakados  |  11

You... What....... Just take my sword.

By  sk8ter23  |  5

what the actual fuck did I just read?

By  mpsteve137  |  15

Too bad she didn't "milk" it for as much milk as possible. Ehhh

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  dachayke  |  16

Not as bad as it was before, but still bad.

By  sarcasticlover  |  30

How old is she? O.o In the end u did get two pints of milk :P

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