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Don’t Strain Your Milk When Lifting

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Mick in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, shares that a co-worker from Texas used to advise him when lifting heavy objects to heave carefully because You don’t want to strain your milk. The origin of this expression is uncertain, although it may simply be a play on the word strain. This is part of a complete episode.

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