moo juice


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moo juice

slang Cow's milk. With four young boys in the house, I have to buy several gallons of moo juice every time I do our grocery shopping. I was never a fan of the old moo juice growing up—it just seemed like such a weird thing to drink.
See also: juice, moo

moo juice

and cow juice
n. milk. Some good, cold moo juice would be good about now. While you’re at the store, get some more cow juice.
See also: juice, moo
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"The worst thing that could ever happen to Motley Crue," bassist Nikki Sixx once said, "would be if someone caught us drinking a glass of milk." True, moo juice doesn't mix with head banging--which is possibly why we're seeing this CGI swoosh instead of the rockers drinking the stuff.
Chef Daniel Angerer, at Klee Brasserie in Chelsea, said that breast milk doesn't curdle well due to its low protein content, so a little moo juice has to be added to round out the texture.
Independent recording artist Krista Eyler, known to her legions of young fans as 'Funky Mama', has now released "Moo Juice", her third CD collection featuring a combination of seventeen originals and arrangements showcasing her distinctive singing talent and musical performance flair.
Celebs such as Jennifer Aniston, Britney Spears, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Tess Daly have all been seen guzzling a long, cool glass of moo juice.
Cows by any other name would still be cows, but scientists have another name for these manufacturers of moo juice. Try to find the scientific name for cows and all the other animals mentioned below.
The milk lobby's odd complaint suggests that it fears that more consumers will choose soy as it competes--gasp--with moo juice.
Don't love sucking down moo juice? Sip soy or almond milk instead.
His fave tipple is a frosty glass of moo juice - shaken not stirred, and he's ably assisted by Ms Monkey Penny.