Would you mix coke with milk and drink it? For many of us, the mixture was one of the greatest experiments as a child. Seems the children grew up and are showcasing their experimental drinks now on social media. Comedy writer James Felton took to Twitter sharing pictures of him drinking a mix of milk and coke. The tweet went viral receiving over 1,200 retweets and more 5,300 likes.
The tweet reads, "Milk coke is a real thing. Brummies love it. We can all move on from this discussion now, I will be taking no further questions." But he ended up answering a lot of questions! Most social media users appeared shocked at the combination and suggested James not to drink it. While others commented saying that the 'Milk Coke' is delicious and one must definitely try it. From the tweets, it seems that the drink is quite a thing in Birmingham and people there love it, but again, not all Brummies buy that! Ham or Watermelon? Internet Is Having a Meltdown Over This Restaurant Serving Smoked Watermelon That Looks Exactly Like Pork!
Check out James Felton's 'Milk Coke' here:
Milk coke is a real thing. Brummies love it. We can all move on from this discussion now, I will be taking no further questions. pic.twitter.com/dQR8bg3UAO
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) March 1, 2019
— Pamela Beasley (@PamelaBsl) March 2, 2019
— Craig Mac Ádaidh (@Craigadd) March 1, 2019
Not everybody is interested
— Jason Wilson (@WhizzoUK) March 1, 2019
Brummies, what's up with you people?
— █║ ▌║ ᴍᴚ ʙᴇx ║ ▌║█ (@bexin2d) February 28, 2019
And then someone tweeted this:
That’s disgusting, we are nothing alike. pic.twitter.com/4ACnI2kT2h
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) March 2, 2019
Meanwhile, in a parallel universe
Apparently, east Birmingham pours milk then coke whereas west Birmingham pours coke then milk.
They argue over which way is best.
— Martin O'Lowery (@martin_lowe) March 1, 2019
After trying Milk Coke, a Twitter user wrote, "I expected it to be bad, but I have to say my expectations were completely right. It’s not good. I do not recommend mixing coke and milk." Soon politicians also joined the bandwagon with Labour MP Wes Streeting testing the Birmingham theory. He tweeted to Jess Phillips, MP for Birmingham Yardley asking, "What is your position on 'milk coke' please?" She replied saying, "Never heard of it." What do you think about Milk Coke? Do let us know in the comments section below.