Skip to comments.Mmmmmm. Indians to sell cow urine as soft drink.
Posted on 03/21/2009 10:08:38 PM PDT by slomark
Holy crap. Or to be urologically correct, holy pee.
An Indian organization is launching a soft drink made of cow urine. Seriously, you cant make this stuff up. Heres the story from the U.K. Times of London:...
(Excerpt) Read more at ihatethemedia.com ...
Those indians are weird; I also saw an episode of a reality series last year where they had a young girl “cleaning their home” with cow manure?? TALK ABOUT UNSANITARY AND NUTS!
picking on Hindus really pisses me off!
:P Its still wrong.
That’s your problem.
ALready sold in Japan as Calpis.
"It's bizarre but true that Morarji Desai is most often remembered for his championing of Urine Therapy. He told journalist Khushwant Singh that he was advised to try drinking his own urine when in his 40s to cure piles (hemorrhoids), and he got immediate results. Thereafter he continued the practice and was quite open about it, saying that you should not do anything you would be ashamed of."
What will they think of next!
I hope it will be Pasteurized
I have heard it makes a great base painting for mixing a yellow color. If I remember correctly.... puri yellow
Don't know about that but I am sure the bulls won't mind donating :-)
Well,cows are sacred in India...
I think I’ve tried this already, ‘Mountain Dew?’ It sure tasted like cow urine. From a diabetic cow.
Yesterday’s Maypo is today’s Moopee.
I’m thinking that this phenomenon got its start as a dare between two drunk teenagers...........taking “cow tipping” to the extreme I guess.
Yeah just like the people I have met here who say that dinosaurs were the progeny of fallen angels and human females.
I don’t think American Christian beliefs are any less weird either.
It’s a good thing they don’t live in New York — Gov. Patterson would want to tax it.
It’s a ‘green’ solution—just think of all that nitrate-rich runoff from our ‘factory’ farms that can be recycled into our food supply! It’ll be the green and patriotic thing to drink it.
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