Undertoad Wednesday Sep 1 11:37 AM
9/1/2004: Here's milk in your eye
Trilby Wednesday Sep 1 11:46 AM
Gut reaction: that's disgusting.
Happy Monkey Wednesday Sep 1 12:13 PM
I recently (within the last 2 years or so) developed a channel between my nose and my right eye. I've never attempted (and don't plan to attempt) the milk trick, but it is very unpleasant when I have a cold and try to blow my nose...
Cyber Wolf Wednesday Sep 1 12:17 PM
There's....an offical world record....for....EYE SQUIRTING?! Sounds like a touch of the TMST (too much spare time) syndrome to me. Hmph...and the best trick I can do with my eyes is roll them one at a time, independent of each other.
glatt Wednesday Sep 1 12:21 PM
I remember seeing Penn and Teller on Letterman back in the 80s do a trick where they took a dried bean, Letterman drew a picture on it to mark it, and Teller put the bean in his mouth, made lots of snorting noises, and the bean came out his lower eyelid. Just like the milk picture above.
chrisinhouston Wednesday Sep 1 01:20 PM
Wow that's 6.820866141705 feet!
LabRat Wednesday Sep 1 01:41 PM
how the hell do you get a hole from your nose to your eye?
russotto Wednesday Sep 1 01:45 PM
The passages betwee your nose and your eyes is naturally present. They normally allow your tears to flow from your eyes into your nose instead of running down your face. Having accidentally blown air backwards through it, I have to say that hurts.
Happy Monkey Wednesday Sep 1 03:03 PM
I'll rephrase, then.
Cyber Wolf Wednesday Sep 1 03:08 PM
Happy Monkey Wednesday Sep 1 03:12 PM
LabRat Wednesday Sep 1 03:29 PM
well, you learn somethin' new every day... i probably shouldn't blow my nose so hard, or i'll end up like HM (my husband calls me "the train")
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Sep 1 08:27 PM
I can't help but wonder how many people participate in this....uh........spor....er.....activity?
YellowBolt Wednesday Sep 1 11:56 PM
They had a milk squirting content on that Guiness show that aired a few years ago. Why milk, I wonder? I guess it's because it burns the least (ever got grape juice up your nose before? the pain!)
Nothing But Net Thursday Sep 2 12:11 AM
If you can blow milk this high, the Fire Department wants you!
alphageek31337 Thursday Sep 2 01:12 AM
I noticed the channel one day when puffing out my cheeks so as to look like a monkey (study hall, I believe 9th grade), and I have successfully forced water through the opening, though never any distance greater than my own t-shirt...looks like I just found a new hobby.
Trilby Thursday Sep 2 08:43 AM
chrisinhouston Thursday Sep 2 10:56 AM
Be a great parody to the government sponsored "Got Milk?" ads that you see everywhere. Perhaps some group could form a 527 and run the ads!
Griff Thursday Sep 2 11:07 AM
This is one of my bro-in-laws party tricks. He has a lot of them. Big old school Phish Head. Coincidence?
Elspode Thursday Sep 2 01:32 PM
glatt Thursday Sep 2 01:56 PM
Saline solution. Get a cup of lukewarm water, and add some salt.
Trilby Thursday Sep 2 09:24 PM
Nothing beats good hand/nose/mouth hygiene. nothing!
Happy Monkey Thursday Sep 2 10:57 PM
Guess Friday Sep 3 12:28 AM
holy crap!!! happy monkey that picture is so fricken scary!
Cyber Wolf Friday Sep 3 08:33 AM
There's...something not right about that snake. In his mouth it looks awful flat and I've never seen a snake with jaw THAT angular. You could cut something with that snake's lower 'lip'.
Elspode Sunday Sep 5 07:28 PM
I've just come up with a new freak show act...shooting fire from your eyes!
wolf Sunday Sep 5 10:30 PM
jojomonkeygirl Sunday Sep 5 11:52 PM
my brother can do that
lookout123 Monday Sep 6 12:18 AM