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    Honey doesn't count as dairy, though, right?

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  2. @tomcoates Because. Um. You put it on toast? Like butter? And you can't import it? Like cheese? I DON'T KNOW, it is a BLIND SPOT.

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  3. @annapickard Dairy animals are cute, bees are not. Or something.

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    sarapallas

    Snail in In A Boat = Bub

  4. @tomcoates Nononono, also because honey is basically bee milk. And bees look a lot like little furry cows. With wings. Thus: dairy.

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    @AlisonHogarth Bees are cute, dairy animals can kill you as soon as look at you. You have it the wrong way around.

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  5. RellyAB

    πŸŽ„Relly But Festive πŸŽ„

  6. @annapickard I've very much enjoyed this small peek inside your brain. Bees as little furry cows, yes!

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    cjmartin

    Chris Martin

  7. @annapickard Eggs though; they're always in the dairy section & you can buy them from milkman. Must come from cows. QED

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    tweetyaca

    European Bunny

  8. @cjmartin Precisely! Species names: Beevine. All makes sense now, right?

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  9. @annapickard perfect sense! From now on I will always think of honey as "bee milk"

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    cjmartin

    Chris Martin

  10. @Tweetymorgan EXACTLY. Also: You can put them on toast, and can't import them.

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  11. @annapickard There are some glaring differences between cows and bees that it might be useful to try and remember...

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  12. @tomcoates Tish tosh nonsense. Both make cute noises, both are fuzzy, both make delicious milk and both can kill you if they have a mind to.

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  13. @tomcoates Sure they do, I just had some on a crumpet. Hey! This is like the time we disagreed over that film!

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  14. @tomcoates DON'T RUIN IT! From now on bees == tiny fuzzy flying cows.

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    cjmartin

    Chris Martin

  15. @cjmartin ... that barf milk through their mouths that they make out a flower's sexual juices.

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  16. @tomcoates damn it Tom, I told you not to ruin it. You and all your stupid facts, and science.

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    cjmartin

    Chris Martin

  17. @cjmartin Perhaps we should consider cows to be distended, obese, ruminating flightless bees that squeeze honey out of their breasts?

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  18. @annapickard Eggs for breakfast, just like Yoghurt & glass of milk. All pointing towards dairy.

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    tweetyaca

    European Bunny

  19. megpickard

    Meg Pickard

  20. @annapickard @tomcoates i guess cos some vegans won't eat honey that might have caused confusion. though it's clearly not bee milk ;)

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    katylindemann

    Katy Lindemann πŸ’™

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  22. I don't know why but I really feel like a glass of milk and some honey on toast.

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  23. @simonth @katylindemann You're not digging the 'crumpets dripping with warmed zuckerberg-bee milk' then?

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  24. @tomcoates et al. I don't think we should imagine that he's representative of all bees in general, just a single very successful bee.

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    bobbie

    bobbie

  25. @bobbiejohnson You can think of Facebook as a bit like a hive. He's the queen bee-cow?

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  26. @tomcoates Not fair. I can't have EITHER of those things. Allergic to dairy, remember?

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    bobbie

    bobbie

  27. katylindemann

    Katy Lindemann πŸ’™

  28. @tomcoates Well yes, I *could* - but I really don't want to get ill.

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    bobbie

    bobbie

  29. @tomcoates Hey, did you watch Saturday Night Hive the other day? With Mark Zuckerbee and Jessbee Eisenbee? That was funny.

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    bobbie

    bobbie

  30. @megpickard @bobbiejohnson Yeah, but like rocky mountain oysters, you don't want to know where it comes from...

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    tomcoates

    Tom Coates

  31. @megpickard I made goat custard the other week. Way better than wasp custard, but similarly less-dairy than the alternative.

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    It is very rare twitter makes me laugh so hard I cry, but now is one of those times.

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