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Argentina As Seen By Foreigners


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#1
Gringoboy

Gringoboy
  • LocationLa Lucila, Buenos Aires
Milk in a bag, because it's cheaper.
https://www.youtube....h?v=yPxTr2dmBTc
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#2
mc kenna

mc kenna
  • LocationChivilcoy
LOL you should've been here in the 80's, this was how we used to buy gasoline for our bikes(btw reusable bag because we care for the enviroment) :cool: Posted Image

#3
Musicmanman

Musicmanman
"Where's Pedro?" "Argentinians have a different idea about what it means to be punctual!"
That takes some getting used to!

#4
sts7049

sts7049
i'll never understand milk in a bag.  i spend more for the milk in a box (or whenever i can find it in plastic containers) lol

#5
Serafina

Serafina
  • LocationPalermo Soho

sts7049, on 25 April 2017 - 01:51 PM, said:

i'll never understand milk in a bag.  i spend more for the milk in a box (or whenever i can find it in plastic containers) lol


It looks like they have bagged milk in Canada, as well. Too bad the similarities stop there. http://mentalfloss.c...drink-milk-bags
"Life is what happens while you are busy making asado." - Juan LĂ©non

#6
Gringoboy

Gringoboy
  • LocationLa Lucila, Buenos Aires
It's definitely cheaper and possibly more environmentally friendly.
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#7
TomAtAlki

TomAtAlki
  • LocationSeattle and Buenos Aires
Milk in a bag all over Europe.

T/

#8
PaulBee

PaulBee

Gringoboy, on 20 April 2017 - 03:06 PM, said:

Milk in a bag, because it's cheaper.
https://www.youtube....h?v=yPxTr2dmBTc
                               Canada also offers the choice of less expensive milk in bags - or in more expensive cartons.

#9
Ries

Ries
silly children like in this video would be clueless in any country.
it seems like this is some sort of introductory video for semester abroad students.
most of whom have never actually bought milk themselves, before, wherever they live, as mommy always does that...

#10
BlueArrow

BlueArrow
  • LocationMichigan
When I was here for my first few weeks I couldn't understand why the milk went bad so quickly.  After just 2-4 days it smelled terrible.  I remember thinking "what the hell is up with the milk here?!".

Then my wife got here and asked me why I had the refrigerator temperature set so high.  :rolleyes:




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