I’m an avid supporter of Moms who breastfeed. My wife breastfed O until her milk ran out while she was pregnant with Jake. Now she still breastfeeds Jake at 18 months. I think it’s one of the most wonderful gifts a Mom can give her baby, if she so chooses to do so.
I’m very attracted to my wife’s breasts as much as any man is his own wife. Breastmilk to me, while a nutrient rich supply of food to my baby, has never crossed my mind as something I wanted to try. I’m not sure, I guess I was a little grossed out at the thought of drinking boob juice. Call it a personal thing, I don’t know.
As bad as an idea as I think it is to drink my own wife’s boob juice, the thought of consuming any other woman’s is most definitely worse! No offense ladies. I like boobs as much as the next guy but come on!
So, with all that being said it should come as no suprise to you that I think this story I came across this weekend was worth sharing with you. It turns out there’s a company in London called, The Icecreamists, who decided it was a cool idea to collect a bunch of boob juice from nursing moms and turn it into ice cream! They market it as being organic and free-range. Seriously? Really? What? They monitored their diets to see if they ate everything organic? What? They let the boobs graze in the fields? Oh, I guess the women didn’t wear bras. Yeah, that’s it. That’s what free-range breasts must mean.
What’s worse? Not only did they actually sell it but they sold out!! I’m sorry but you gotta be a sicko to eat ice cream made from the breast milk of some strange woman.
There I said it!
If that’s not bad enough they actually sold each ice cream for $22.50! Did I mention that the breast milk was donated? Okay, forget about the crazies who thought that consuming a mix of who knows how many different womens breast milk. Why would these women donate such a precious thing for free?? Even more importantly, what happened to their babies who wouldn’t be getting that milk? Did these women know they were giving their milk away for free only for it to be consumed by some wacky people (presumably men) at $22.50 a pop?
Well there you have it folks. Breast milk one day, someone’s Sunday treat the next. So whether you’re a freak who enjoys frozen breast milk with sprinkles on top or you’re the type to stick with Baskin Robbins I want to hear from you!