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Milked man contaminated by Sour Skittles

Skittlessours Animals that produce milk for human consumption include cows, sheep, goats, horses, donkeys, camels, yaks, water buffalos and reindeer. The list does not include human males, except when they appear in Skittles commercials. Here, an older gent sporting six nipples is hooked up to a milking machine. Everything seems to be going fine, except he’s producing inordinately sour milk—a result of his constant intake of Sour Skittles. Asked by the farmer to refrain from eating the Sour Skittles, he declines. If past patterns hold true, it is now Starburst’s turn to try and create something even weirder. Spotted at Make the Logo Bigger, whose proprietor, Bill Green, is beginning his Plaid Nation brand tour today.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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