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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.
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déjà moo

n. [tired] old bullshit. (Based on déjà vu, and the moo brings in the bovine aspect. Contrived, but admirable nonetheless.) Are you still peddling that nonsense. Nothing but déjà moo, all over again.
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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 more astonished we become that Barthes can be used to theorize MOOing, the more we forget that he was actually theorizing reading.
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Teaching from both FrankenMOO and Frankenstein, I have found it less useful to make discriminations between reading and MOOing than to allow my students to explore how these parallel activities interanimate each other, making interactive, exploratory, "writerly" modes of reading more apparent in both.
MOOing is more overtly transactional than print-based textual reading is; it is interactive and interpretive in ways that a student can grasp relatively easily.
Be aware, however, that his or her subject position is as likely to be closer to what we might ordinarily call a "reader," a "writer," a "player," an "actor," or sometimes even a "spectator." The activity of MOOing combines these positions with a fluidity that can make it hard to differentiate them.
Undergraduate students generally perceive MOOing as "fun," which can be a tremendous advantage in the classroom.
(11) Also note that the immersive aspect of MOOing contributes as much to this experience as the interactive aspect.