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St Andrew’s students beat ‘milking’ with ‘champagning’

The Daily Mail got very excited last month over ‘a new student craze’ called milking, where students post videos of themselves ‘pouring milk over their heads in public places’: The… Continue reading The post St Andrew’s students beat ‘milking’ with ‘champagning’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
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