Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Cookies and Milk

When you buy cookies, you should get milk!
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I mean, whats cookies without milk?
FastFromTalking, May 09 2000


       The lactose intolerant would not appreciate this. Unless you could get Lactaid Milk (or...blech...soy) with the cookies. There could be several C&M deals and sizes. The small "chocolate chip and whole homo deal" or the Family-sized "oatmeal and Silk(c)" deal. Of course, the packaging would be dificult. (Remember the McDLT -- the hot side stays hot, the cool side stays cool?)
etrigan, May 23 2000

       I ment to say get free milk with the cookies.
FastFromTalking, May 24 2000

KJ, Jul 28 2000

       Why not let someone else do it for you? http://www.cookiesandmilk.net
grunt, Oct 23 2000

       Not really a good idea. By combining cooks and milk into one physical package, you make your inventory less efficient by requiring cooks and milk to be demanded and supplied at the same time. It is far better to price-bundle the two products.
Vance, Feb 08 2001

       Instead of the traditional chip wagon or hot dog stand, why not have a cookies 'n' milk stand?
Wes, Feb 08 2001

       //Remember the McDLT -- the hot side stays hot, the cool side stays cool?// I actually liked those; only problem was you actually tasted the hamburger.
FlyingToaster, Sep 17 2008


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