cow juice

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cow juice

slang Milk. Can I get a glass of cow juice to go with these cookies?
See also: cow, juice

cow juice

Sl. milk. Here's a little cow juice to pour on your cereal.
See also: cow, juice

cow juice

verb
See also: cow, juice
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When Mrs X tells me to go for a pint of milk, I can pop out and then wonder where shall I go for the cow juice today?
Surely buckling up is as natural as popping on a few clothes before venturing out for your white sliced and a pint of cow juice? Seemingly not.
No, not the stuff lurking at the back of the fridge - someone is flogging cow juice mixed with carbonated water.
One of the other reasons I'm a fan of Pizza Express is how accommodating they are of this request - in other pizzerias, I've been met with a raised eyebrow and the question, "Why have you come for a pizza if you don't like cheese?" Anyway, the Pianta is cheeseless by design, and comes with artichoke, chestnut mushrooms, pine nuts and spinach atop a spicy tomato arrabbiata sauce, and finished with rocket and extra virgin olive oil rather than curdled cow juice. I swapped mushrooms for black olives, which my waiter was more than happy to agree to.
Milk is nothing to do with cow juice, and everything to do with the lubrication of the human psyche after the election of San Francisco's first openly gay official in 1977.
It was the day he fell head over heels in love with the humble cow juice container!
Ever since you were old enough to pour yourself a glass of milk, you've known that "cow juice" is good for you.