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Re: Indian Man Bathes with Boiling Milk Once a Year

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Strangely, ever since I was in about grade 2, I've longed to have a 'warm' (not boiling) milk bath. It's an odd little happy place in my mind. I picture a pure white porcelain tub that's very deep filled with warm white milk.

If memory serves correctly, I may have picked up that idea from a book in the school library, a Babar the elephant book I think. In it I believe the mother elephant soaked in a milk bath.

I need a life.
..........or a tub full of warm milk.
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Man he must smell bad if he only bathes once a year!

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FAKE!!! Indians don't bathe!!!!

Eastern Indians! I'll take my chance with any Native Americans! Love the bone structure of their faces and since I'm so white, I blind people on the beach and glow it the dark, I guess opposites attract ;)

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Man he must smell bad if he only bathes once a year!

Eww! I wonder if it goes bad on his body after a day or two! I'm one of those people who rarely drinks milk after the, "Best By", date, unless it's kept way in the back of the refrigerator. It's colder back there. Sometimes things freeze.

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People use oatmeal for itchy skin and oily scalps, so go for it! If you don't feel clean, shower it off.

Never tried it myself, but, I've had the oatmeal baths as a child with chicken pox.

Let us know if you do it!

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Strangely, ever since I was in about grade 2, I've longed to have a 'warm' (not boiling) milk bath. It's an odd little happy place in my mind. I picture a pure white porcelain tub that's very deep filled with warm white milk.

If memory serves correctly, I may have picked up that idea from a book in the school library, a Babar the elephant book I think. In it I believe the mother elephant soaked in a milk bath.

I need a life.
..........or a tub full of warm milk.

You should try it. If you don't feel clean, you can shower it off.

We do oatmeal baths for itchy or dry skin and for oily scalps, so it may be very nice and soothing.

Do let us know if you do it and how it was.

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