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Lactose Intolerant
People :: Keith

While on vacation recently, I almost had the opportunity to meet a lactose intolerant dairy farmer.

    TAGS:  people, dairy, lactose intolerant


his own little kingdom :: You can call me, 'Sir'

His bigotry had reached such a crescendo that he even began showing pride in his lactose intolerance.

    TAGS:  bigotry, crescendo, lactose intolerant, pride


Social Disaters :: Br. Ezra

An unintended consequence of social networking sites such as Facebook is now people with no commonsense can share thinks best kept to themselves, such as the young man who is currently experiencing an adverse reaction due to the consumption of dairy, or the fat, balding white man who is suddenly in his boogie zone.

    TAGS:  Facebook, lactose intolerant, social networking


Courtesy :: Br. Ezra

Since we are on the subject of lactose intolerance your bodies inability to successfully digest dairy products is the sort of thing you need to share before occupying a small enclosed space with other people; better yet lay off the cheese altogether.

    TAGS:  cheese, dairy products, lactose intolerant


Piece of Cheese :: Keith

It is acceptable for a lactose intolerant person to use the phrase “piece of cheese” in place of the words “what the hell” when expressing surprise or mild disgust.

    TAGS:  cheese, lactose intolerant, unlikely phrases, what the hell


 

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