Did you perhaps mean milkshake?
- n. Plural form of milkshake.
“Iam a fan of Vanilla too!! lov them in milkshakes!! the leaves look like rubber!!”
“Its been about 10-12 years ago but I still remember their milkshakes were the best I have had.”
“Overeating, it seems, dims the neurological response to the consumption of yummy foods such as milkshakes, a new study suggests.”
“Brandy Alexanders -- or "milkshakes," as Lennon called them -- were his "favorite tipple," and biographer Philip Norman says the drink "found its way to the real Lennon as surely, and rather more rapidly, than primal scream therapy.”
“I remember being told many years ago that McDonalds was prohibited from referring to them as "milkshakes" because they didn't contain enough milk.”
“Some of the common reasons for weight loss failure are consuming high calorie beverages, such as milkshakes, sugar drinks, or alcoholic beverages; indulging in high sugar and high fat foods that add calories without providing nutrition or satiety; snacking throughout the day; and not getting enough exercise.”
“I am thankful that nobody actually drank those "milkshakes" that I tried to sell as a kid that were a thick and foamy mixture of cold water and ground up drywall.”
“The reason they're not called milkshakes is because they're not ice cream based - and most people in the US expect something made with ice cream when they order a milkshake (in the UK, they”
“As evidenced by the purchase behavior questionnaire, most panelists seemed to prefer extremely thick beverages, such as milkshakes, and the peanut beverage was too thin for their liking, "wrote Hung and co-workers.”
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