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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C
# fresh from the fridge
The Burning Question*: Is it OK to have a pint of milk with your dinner?
Let distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)


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DEBATE RAGED ON Reddit Ireland during the week about whether drinking a glass of milk with your dinner is a normal thing for an adult person to do.

Those in the pro-milk camp argue that it’s healthy, fresh and, most importantly, delicious.

Those in the anti-milk faction argue that milk is only acceptable as an addition to cereal and tea. They say that the idea of drinking it by itself is just plain weird, and maybe a little childish.

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Our Burning Question:

Is it OK to have a pint of milk with your dinner?

Have your say in the comments section, or (and) pick one of the following…

Poll Results:

Mmmmm, milk! The best drink with dinner. (6576)
Ah, I'd have the odd glass. (4565)
Meh, would't be my cup of tea...or milk (1575)
It's weird and rotten. Who even does that? (1349)

Read: The Burning Question*: When are we putting the heating back on? >

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