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Adult Baby Bottles



 
 
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Old 07-09-2007, 08:05 AM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:51:05 -0500, wrote:

Has anyone noticed that adults are going back to drinking out of baby
bottles with nipples? I'm referring to those sports bottles that have
the spouts on them. They look and work just like a nipple on a baby
bottle. Now adults all over the world can resort back to their
infancy and once again drink from a nippled bottle. You can get
water, fruit juice, those so called sports drinks. (I guess you got to
be a real sport to drink that stuff), and much more. All of them come
complete with the nipple. You no longer have to learn to use a cup
for drinking. Just place the nipple in your mouth and suck. If you
drink too fast, you can even get gas and colic. Ah yes, all the
conveniences of the 2000's have turned us all into infants once again.
I bet in a few years they will even have those bottles filled with
mixed alcoholic drinks for all those alcoholic sports, such as
competitive drinking, drinking to pass out, and drinking for dollars.
Hell, I'll even go so far as to bet the future will give adults
motorized strollers complete with a built in cellphone, laptop
computer, an ipod, and of course a sports bottle with as nipple filled
with the hard stuff. I only wonder if the drunk driving laws will
affect drunk stroller drivers?
Isn't modern commercialism in America great!


I hate those spout bottles. When I am thirsty I want to DRINK, not
squirt small drops in my mouth. Just more rediculous consumerism to
make a buck.
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:51 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Sep 7, 1:05 am, wrote:
On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:51:05 -0500, wrote:
Has anyone noticed that adults are going back to drinking out of baby
bottles with nipples? I'm referring to those sports bottles that have
the spouts on them. They look and work just like a nipple on a baby
bottle. Now adults all over the world can resort back to their
infancy and once again drink from a nippled bottle. You can get
water, fruit juice, those so called sports drinks. (I guess you got to
be a real sport to drink that stuff), and much more. All of them come
complete with the nipple. You no longer have to learn to use a cup
for drinking. Just place the nipple in your mouth and suck. If you
drink too fast, you can even get gas and colic. Ah yes, all the
conveniences of the 2000's have turned us all into infants once again.
I bet in a few years they will even have those bottles filled with
mixed alcoholic drinks for all those alcoholic sports, such as
competitive drinking, drinking to pass out, and drinking for dollars.
Hell, I'll even go so far as to bet the future will give adults
motorized strollers complete with a built in cellphone, laptop
computer, an ipod, and of course a sports bottle with as nipple filled
with the hard stuff. I only wonder if the drunk driving laws will
affect drunk stroller drivers?
Isn't modern commercialism in America great!


I hate those spout bottles. When I am thirsty I want to DRINK, not
squirt small drops in my mouth. Just more rediculous consumerism to
make a buck.


A buddy and I once thought of going into business making high chairs
and bassinets for adult babies.

--Bryan

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On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:51:05 -0500, wrote:

Has anyone noticed that adults are going back to drinking out of baby
bottles with nipples? I'm referring to those sports bottles that have
the spouts on them. They look and work just like a nipple on a baby
bottle. Now adults all over the world can resort back to their
infancy and once again drink from a nippled bottle. You can get
water, fruit juice, those so called sports drinks. (I guess you got to
be a real sport to drink that stuff), and much more. All of them come
complete with the nipple. You no longer have to learn to use a cup
for drinking. Just place the nipple in your mouth and suck. If you
drink too fast, you can even get gas and colic. Ah yes, all the
conveniences of the 2000's have turned us all into infants once again.
I bet in a few years they will even have those bottles filled with
mixed alcoholic drinks for all those alcoholic sports, such as
competitive drinking, drinking to pass out, and drinking for dollars.
Hell, I'll even go so far as to bet the future will give adults
motorized strollers complete with a built in cellphone, laptop
computer, an ipod, and of course a sports bottle with as nipple filled
with the hard stuff. I only wonder if the drunk driving laws will
affect drunk stroller drivers?
Isn't modern commercialism in America great!


I hate those spout bottles. When I am thirsty I want to DRINK, not
squirt small drops in my mouth. Just more rediculous consumerism to
make a buck.


It is even more frustrating when the tip won't come off.


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Old 07-09-2007, 11:41 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:51:05 -0500, wrote:


Has anyone noticed that adults are going back to drinking out of baby
bottles with nipples? I'm referring to those sports bottles that have
the spouts on them. They look and work just like a nipple on a baby
bottle. Now adults all over the world can resort back to their
infancy and once again drink from a nippled bottle. You can get
water, fruit juice, those so called sports drinks. (I guess you got to
be a real sport to drink that stuff), and much more. All of them come
complete with the nipple. You no longer have to learn to use a cup
for drinking. Just place the nipple in your mouth and suck. If you
drink too fast, you can even get gas and colic. Ah yes, all the
conveniences of the 2000's have turned us all into infants once again.
I bet in a few years they will even have those bottles filled with
mixed alcoholic drinks for all those alcoholic sports, such as
competitive drinking, drinking to pass out, and drinking for dollars.
Hell, I'll even go so far as to bet the future will give adults
motorized strollers complete with a built in cellphone, laptop
computer, an ipod, and of course a sports bottle with as nipple filled
with the hard stuff. I only wonder if the drunk driving laws will
affect drunk stroller drivers?
Isn't modern commercialism in America great!


I hate those spout bottles. When I am thirsty I want to DRINK, not
squirt small drops in my mouth. Just more rediculous consumerism to
make a buck.


It is even more frustrating when the tip won't come off.


Or when your girlfriend gets too drunk to change your diaper.

--Bryan

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Old 08-09-2007, 12:13 AM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:51:05 -0500, wrote:


Has anyone noticed that adults are going back to drinking out of baby
bottles with nipples? I'm referring to those sports bottles that have
the spouts on them. They look and work just like a nipple on a baby
bottle. Now adults all over the world can resort back to their
infancy and once again drink from a nippled bottle. You can get
water, fruit juice, those so called sports drinks. (I guess you got to
be a real sport to drink that stuff), and much more. All of them come
complete with the nipple. You no longer have to learn to use a cup
for drinking. Just place the nipple in your mouth and suck. If you
drink too fast, you can even get gas and colic. Ah yes, all the
conveniences of the 2000's have turned us all into infants once again.
I bet in a few years they will even have those bottles filled with
mixed alcoholic drinks for all those alcoholic sports, such as
competitive drinking, drinking to pass out, and drinking for dollars.
Hell, I'll even go so far as to bet the future will give adults
motorized strollers complete with a built in cellphone, laptop
computer, an ipod, and of course a sports bottle with as nipple filled
with the hard stuff. I only wonder if the drunk driving laws will
affect drunk stroller drivers?
Isn't modern commercialism in America great!


I hate those spout bottles. When I am thirsty I want to DRINK, not
squirt small drops in my mouth. Just more rediculous consumerism to
make a buck.


It is even more frustrating when the tip won't come off.


Or when your girlfriend gets too drunk to change your diaper.

--Bryan


Steady Sparky


 




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