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    Senior Member Bottle Master Robby Raccoon's Avatar
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    What Milk Looks Like After 60 Years

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    Yes, it is still full of milk: but it's become a powdery block now after about 60 years. The cap is black like mold.
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    Have I not commanded thee? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

    Joshua chapter 1, verse 9.

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    Yikes... I have to wonder how that came to be. Who forgets a bottle of milk somewhere indoors for 60 years? Unless it's actually paint or something else in a reused bottle.

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    MMMmmmm. White Jello! Is that yellow stuff the fat from the milk? I must say, that is nasty.

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    It's milk alright. What's left is a powdery block. You just see the residue dried to the glass. I didn't try taking a pic of the block inside.
    Have I not commanded thee? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

    Joshua chapter 1, verse 9.

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    I found a milk bottle like that in the woods, I think the milk bottle I found was from around the 70's I didn't take it home with me.

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    I cant believe the bottle didnt explode or something like that.

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    Bottles usually won't explode. However I've had full cans of soda start leaking after so many years due to a pressure buildup.



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