Before I begin, there is absolutely no sexual innuendos in this post at all. So shut up. Apparently, Canada is the only place where milk comes in plastic bags, and not cartons. So I have taken it upon myself as my duty to inform you of the existence of milk bags, and the process in which to extract milk from them. Step One Open your bag that contains your milk bags by removing the bread tag that holds it closed. Step Two Open the bag, and inside you will see three separate bags of milk. Step Three Hold on there eager-beaver, we only need one of these. So we take one out, close the bag again, and put the others back in the fridge. Step Four Find your milk pitcher. Milk pitchers are usually plastic, but really old people for some reason like the have the awkward porcelain ones. The best kind of pitcher, is the one with a handle. Step Five Place your milk bag inside the milk pitcher. Step Six Great job! Now comes the most difficult part of all! Opening the milk bag! Specialty tools such as this fridge-magnet "snippet" have been designed for this very purpose. If you don't have a snippet, scissors work just as well. Step Seven Use your "snippet" (or scissors) to remove the corner of the milk bag, leaving a hole about the diameter of your thumb in the top corner of the bag. Step Eight Pour yourself a glass of milk, and enjoy the refreshing taste of milk from a bag!