What kind of milk do you drink?

<p>Two percent reduced represent. :]</p>

<p>2% mmm .</p>

<p>Nestle chocolate milk :P</p>

<p>Unfortunately, I cannot stand the taste of regular milk.</p>

<p>Organic 2%</p>

<p>At school, chocolate.
At home, mango.</p>

<p>Unfortunately, I cannot stand the taste of regular milk.</p>

<p>1 or 2%. Half and Half alone to me tastes good too.. I may be weird, but it's all good. I usually mix half and half in my cereal if we're out of milk or if I have an urge for creamy cereal..ok this sounds weird, I'm going to stop talking about creamy things and leave it at 2%.
^is Mango Milk an asian derivative flavor?</p>

<p>I hate milk. I don't think I've had non-chocolate milk in 2 years. But if I don't have a choice, 1%.</p>

<p>@MattNC: It's homemade, so it's not an "Asian" flavor. And how do you know I'm Asian?</p>

<p>^Your last name?</p>

<p>Oh that's actually my first name. Ryan is my unofficial English alias.</p>

<p>^ still an Asian name</p>

<p>I like 2% organic or not</p>

<p>I never got why "xing" means "crossing". </p>

<p>Like those yellow signs in the road with a man walking and "XING" underneath. I remember having an epiphany about the reason why, but I forgot it.</p>

<p>^I know what you mean.</p>

<p>^ because an "X" is 2 lines crossing.</p>

<p>X is a intersecting letter the two lines CROSS each other.. :&lt;/p>

<p>Really? Then my "epiphany" was definitely a more convoluted explanation than that. haha</p>

<p>Nice to know. Kind of a stupid idea.</p>

<p>they should replace it with "plusing"</p>

because an "X" is 2 lines crossing.


Or because 'X' is a cross.</p>


<p>(And Lactaid, since I'm lactose intolerant)</p>

<p>^^Genius :O</p>

<p>I like soy milk too.</p>