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Milk Experiment #6: Milk Moustache Process

From: KMc...@a...
Subject: MILK
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 1997 20:16:56 -0400 (EDT)

I DON'T GET THIS NEW MUSTACHE THING.  NO MATTER HOW HARD I TRY,  I CAN'T EVER
GET A MILK MUSTACHE.  IS THERE A RIGHT WAY TO DO IT??

KAYSI


To: KMc...@a...
Subject: MILK

>I DON'T GET THIS NEW MUSTACHE THING.  NO MATTER HOW HARD I TRY,  I CAN'T EVER
>GET A MILK MUSTACHE.  IS THERE A RIGHT WAY TO DO IT??

Yes. There's a fine art to getting a milk moustache, and, surprisingly,
it doesn't involve actually drinking the milk, although, of course,
if you're thirsty at the time, you can kill the proverbial two birds
with one stone. With no further ado, here is the process:

Mix two ounces of extra-rich (4.5% or greater) milk with one
tablespoon of flour. Mix it thoroughly. Place the concoction over a
low heat and continue stirring for approximately five minutes. Let the
mixture cool. (Refrigerate it if you're impatient.) Now you're ready
to apply your moustache: using your index finger, apply a liberal
coating of the milk moustache mixture. Allow it to dry.  After it's
dried (5 to 10 minutes), wipe off the excess. Voila!

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-dan