AKA Abraham Bacoln

October 24, 2007, 6:35 pm
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Why are we taught to stir drinks using spoons? When I put chocolate syrup in milk and stir it with a fork it sure does get blended a whole lot more efficiently.

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or you can buy one of my favorite kitchen tools. a battery powered chocolate milk stirrer. it has little arms that spin and mix your milk perfectly every time. i have had it for 4 years and have never had to change the battteries. and it was only 2 dollars…and it’s pink.

Comment by mary

Looney spoon make choco loco.

Comment by rebecca

Chocolate *syrup*, you say? Heathen!

Comment by Dan

You just blew my mind.

(I’m with Dan, however.)

Comment by Kerry

I’m thinking maybe it started with the need to spoon powder, sugar, honey, whatever into the drink. Since you’ve already got it there and dirty, no point in using another utensil, right?

I agree. Maybe it’s time we move beyond always using a spoon to stir.

Comment by dranktank

Man, seriously- chocolate syrup?

Comment by Biscuit

You … you crazy people. Are you talking about using powder or something? That’s what Philistines use.

Comment by Kevin O'Mara

I mean seriously. It’s in the Bible. Look it up.

Comment by Kevin O'Mara

If you’re talking about chocolate milk, I reckon syrup is the only thing I’ve ever used. Hot chocolate on the other hand, involves cocoa powder, sugar, vanilla and marshmallows.

How else do you make chocolate milk? Ovaltine?

Comment by JTJ

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