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pakistani
2012-06-01, 22:02
This is really funny, a typical sikh indian man trying to convince a arab guy to drink cow piss :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnhpECRxQiA

pakistani
2012-06-01, 23:22
I always knew hindus drank cow piss: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1_HMQJS5bY&feature=related

but sikhs also drink it

pakistani
2012-06-02, 03:22
this is the drink they sell in indian markets:

http://360dewan.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cow-urine-drink2.jpg

QQuake
2012-06-02, 03:28
You having fun there talking to yourself?:whoco:

pakistani
2012-06-02, 06:49
http://wtfoodge.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/cowurinesoda-thumb.jpg

Some brahmin guy:

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/U-ht0DJZBpU/0.jpg

Lips
2012-06-02, 06:53
pakistani, you might dislike a few Indian users but still there are also 2 nice Indian users (asign and cloud), they never provoked you neither Pakistan, so with thread like this you are attacking also nice Indian users, which is unfair.

pakistani
2012-06-02, 06:58
pakistani, you might dislike a few Indian users but still there are also 2 nice Indian users (asign and cloud), they never provoked you neither Pakistan, so with thread like this you are attacking also nice Indian users, which is unfair.

It's not attacking any one personally here on the forum, I am just showing the reality

pakistani
2012-06-02, 17:10
Indian health drink's special ingredient: cow urine

If you pick up a labeled “health drink” in India you might find some unusual ingredients. The Indian reverence for cows, which gives religious significance to the bovine, has produced a good-for-you beverage made from cow urine.

The cow is considered by Hindus as symbolic of life-giving deities. The fundamentalist Hindu group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) launched Gauloka Peya, or “drink from the land of cow,” earlier this year.

Purushottam Toshniwal, a member of the cow protection unit of the RSS and the man who concocted the drink, says the group has already sold around 700 bottles to distributors.

RSS already sells soaps, shampoos, toothpastes, and skin-care creams made from cow urine and dung.

“Many were hesitant to try it in the beginning,” Mr. Toshniwal says. “However, once they tasted it, they liked it. You cannot taste the cow urine as it is mixed with other ingredients.” He also believes the drink will cure diseases.

The cow urine is distilled before it is mixed with traditional Indian herbs and medicinal plants such as Brahmi and basil and water in a 1-to-7 ratio. Gauloka Peya comes in four flavors – orange, khus(a fragrant Asian grass), rose, and lemon. A bottle costs about $3.


http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Global-News/2010/0929/Indian-health-drink-s-special-ingredient-cow-urine

Curiouscat
2012-06-02, 17:12
Where is Annihilus, this is his favourite subject!

pakistani
2012-06-03, 03:21
^ his fav subject is cow urine?