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Two milky questions this morning, the first from Freddie in Edinburgh:
My friend Fergus is utterly convinced that if a man gently rubs his nipple almost constantly for around three months, he will begin to lactate. Like a lady-boob.
So answer me this: can this be done?
Apparently it can! Thanks to unusual hormones or excessive stimulation – and I think three months of continuous rubbing would count as excessive – men can experience galactorrhoea, as spontaneous lactaction is known. It was also very common amongst men released from prisoner of war camps at the end of World War Two, but no doubt was not their most pressing health problem at that point.
Anyway, if any of you gents manage to produce enough milk for a glassful, perhaps you could experiment to help Mark from Telford with his question:
I was eating breakfast today and came across a difficult conundrum. I got the milk out of the fridge and my box of strawberry Nesquik and was just about to pour the milk into the glass when I asked myself, should I put the powder in first or the milk?
I mean, you can pour the milk in first and then stir in the powder, or put the powder in first and then pour the milk on top, but in years of drinking strawberry milk at breakfast, I still cannot fathom which way gives the optimum strawberry milk experience. So answer me this, which way IS the best way to make strawberry milk?
You’ve conducted a TEN YEAR study and you still have not managed to draw a conclusion? We’re not going to help you because you could solve this yourself in the course of two mornings.