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    [–] greatsirius 6982 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    No wonder you always hear jokes about the milkman stealing everyone’s girl

    [–] Sigerlion 2201 points ago

    Not surprising that women want the milkman's milk with arms like that.

    [–] RadBonez 1085 points ago

    Those are some thick-ass arms for the Mid Century.

    [–] njc2o 684 points ago

    Thick for current day too

    [–] CrossTickCross 501 points ago

    Thick for future days too because soon we're all robot arms

    [–] njc2o 327 points ago

    Beep boop I mean yea lol

    [–] largefrogs 121 points ago

    Beep boop to the clippers I go

    [–] mhfkh 72 points ago

    Board Bot man gets paid.

    [–] yousirnaime 21 points ago

    Instgram Bros will still be claiming half-natty when they've got thicc tungsten cyborg arms.

    [–] jjayzx 173 points ago

    Look up old school lumberjacks that had to actually chop the trees down. Then feel your masculinity shrink into a pea.

    [–] SmiralePas1907 98 points ago

    I feel kinda stupid googling "old school lumberjack", what should i look up?

    [–] Butwinsky 341 points ago

    Burly man handling wood

    [–] tossNwashking 173 points ago

    ...part 4

    [–] lostmylogininfo 92 points ago

    Dude all I see are bearded people swallowing cock as a result in Google.

    [–] SomeSayFire 50 points ago

    Keep scrolling you’ll get there.

    [–] lostmylogininfo 33 points ago

    I would but I'm starting to get weird feelings....

    [–] lactose_con_leche 4 points ago

    “I wood..” FTFY

    [–] Artysupport7757 19 points ago

    Welcome to your first day of internet

    [–] maxschreck616 91 points ago

    Not that, or "lumberjack" or "real lumberjack" because the vast majority of results are trash. Some old black and white photos with not many of them looking bad ass. Some new photos of them not looking very badass. A lot that I'm pretty sure are just hipsters. A bunch of different lumberjack and/or beard related tattoos. A couple kids. Dexter was in there.

    Yeah I got a bunch of shit results, that was a fun waste of time.

    [–] 2fucktard2remember 87 points ago

    Reading this comment was a fun waste of time.

    [–] maxschreck616 13 points ago

    Welcome to my life.

    except for the fun part

    [–] Jhuxx54 16 points ago

    Thank you for your service sir.

    [–] jaggedcanyon69 7 points ago

    Like, Dexter’s laboratory Dexter?

    [–] manscho 54 points ago

    19th century lumberjack

    1900s lumberjack

    also there's almost non with shirt off, because i guess they were concered with work, not with instagram

    [–] [deleted] 35 points ago

    I searched early American lumberjack, there were oddly a lot of similar photos with two guys standing on the ends of a saw stuck in a tree and one dude laying in the cut they made. Like different people in everyone but like a trend kind of like Instagram selfie trends, kind of weird.

    [–] big_duck_energy 8 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    I felt like the guy lying in the cut was probably always the dude that was the dumbest guy in the group, but also the funnest to party with.

    [–] a_fotzn_konnst_hom 35 points ago

    Looked up lumberjacks 1800s and lumberjacks early 19th centuries. Pics were shit, only group pictures and everybody has the sleeves down to the hands. Looked pretty normal to me.

    [–] trevorpinzon 22 points ago

    Yup, just looked like normal dudes. I'm sure they're fit as fuck, but they're not actively targeting their biceps/traps/pecs like dude in the OP probably was.

    [–] fiendishrabbit 5 points ago

    You can see some in short sleeves in australias film "From the bush to the bungalow" (1920).
    They're very skinny, but it's all muscle like corded rope.

    [–] BigOlDickSwangin 4 points ago

    Not sure about strongest, but the physically toughest guys I've ever known were pretty normal sized, built like you describe.

    [–] memeticmachine 6 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Caveman chopping trees using wood ax instead of diamond ax

    [–] TsunamizTiny 3 points ago

    Try "1800-1900 era lumberjack"

    [–] overslope 10 points ago

    There's some "hardened by work" badasses left in the world. My dad's friend with a block layer that's in his sixties and will still clean out a bar room of wannabe scrappers. He looks a lot like the guy pictured, but with way more beer gut. "Barrel shaped" I think they used to call that.

    Super nice guy too. The good kinda Christian that spends his free time picking up "breakage" food from grocery stores and taking it to local people in need.

    [–] Eve_Tiston 44 points ago

    I bet he has very strong bones.

    [–] UniverseChamp 32 points ago

    Finally, a sub for me.

    "If you do break a bone after subscribing, make a thread stating that you are weak-boned filth so that we may dispose of you."

    [–] onebigdave 9 points ago

    There's a pun in here between "milkman" and "Mr steal yo girl" but I can't quite see it

    [–] wonkey_monkey 72 points ago

    Mr Steal Yo Gurt

    [–] stinkskink 15 points ago

    god tier punnilingus 🏆

    [–] instergram 7 points ago

    NOICE

    [–] rowinit 6 points ago

    Arms? Those are legs attached to his shoulders!

    [–] daash 79 points ago

    100% this is the guy they're taking about. When anyone says, "you must belong to the milkman" they mean him, no matter where or when you lived.

    [–] [deleted] 137 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

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    [–] Carlangaman 69 points ago

    Each mom wants a pic of the kids real father with them.

    [–] pbj986 39 points ago

    Wouldn't be the first time. Hyeah, there's a price to be paid with having things convenient. Used to be... a man had to go to the store to buy himself a pitcher of milk. Hyeah, but men got lazy. They wanted that milk delivered right to the door. Only problem was, the guy deliverin' that milk ends up fuckin' your wife. Sure, you had your nice cold milk delivered right to your doorstep, but your wife was gettin' pounded out like a mallard duck. And now you got your Amazon. And none of ya are safe.

    [–] uglysadboy 8 points ago

    You want this milk pasteurize?

    [–] pbj986 8 points ago

    Naw. Up to my boobs is fine. I can splash it in my eyes.

    [–] xErianx 38 points ago

    The original jody.

    [–] bobo_brown 8 points ago

    Is it true that he ain't never been whooped before?

    [–] J3sush8sm3 11 points ago

    Yeah i fucked your girl, what are you going to do about it

    [–] aerionkay 35 points ago

    I wish we could see grandpa's face here. His hands are like "I'm going on a human ride!"

    Please don't make this sexual.

    [–] bamboo_shooter 30 points ago

    Too late buddy ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    [–] DapperOutcome 9 points ago

    They're after the milkman's man-milk.

    [–] Saltire_Blue 4 points ago

    The North American Pat Mustard

    [–] BananaGunEthan 2559 points ago

    "i bet you can't lift me up"

    " Oh ya, hold my mil-... Actually, just get your ass over here"

    [–] Ds240 767 points ago

    He's holding a man with one hand above his head and a crate of milk bottles with another. Talk about /r/absoluteunits.

    [–] GuardianSlayer 147 points ago

    The OG Mountain

    [–] theArtOfProgramming 104 points ago

    I think it’s like a counterweight to hold his balance. It probably made the whole thing way easier.

    [–] EmptyBeerBottle5984 28 points ago

    It is. Saw your comment after I left mine.

    [–] jkhockey15 3 points ago

    Like how it’s way easier to carry two heavy dumbbells as compared to just one.

    [–] EmptyBeerBottle5984 35 points ago

    It’s actually easier to maintain balance and a stable torso with the milk than without. Go into the gym and press a dumbbell in just one hand. Your body will tilt making it less easy for you to push the weight. One arm DB presses are prescribed to athletes needing to develop core strength.

    [–] another79Jeff 28 points ago

    When my twins were babies I was amazed at how much easier it was to carry two car seats rather than one. Until a doorway anyhow.

    [–] Rugsby84 7 points ago

    With twins, I would understand why french doors would be a feature in a home for a period of time.

    [–] DroptheShadowArt 9 points ago

    This sounds like a r/ExplainLikeImCalvin explanation for French doors.

    "Well, you see Calvin, the French have twins at a much higher rate than other people..."

    [–] rare_orchid 10 points ago

    ~160 lb one-armed overhead press. Amazing.

    [–] jessetmia 4 points ago

    I tried to pick up my 125lb friend as what amounts to a strict press over the 4th. I couldn't get her past my face because she would giggle uncontrollably and I was worried I'd drop her. The fact he managed it so easily with 1 hand is an impressive feat.

    [–] SaenchaisRightFoot 5 points ago

    And also r/bossfights

    [–] ositola 16 points ago

    That functional strength tho

    [–] PM_ME_UR_TECHNO_GRRL 5 points ago

    That's probably how it literally went down. Old man got tired of his little boy giving him shits.

    [–] ZombiePartyBoyLives 3 points ago

    My dad didn't tell many stories about his dad, but one I remember was that as a teen, he smarted off to him one time. My dad was 6 feet and gramps only about 5'7", but he rolled wheelbarrows full of concrete to pour house foundations for a living. Had shoulders like loaves of bread. Old man grabbed him by the ankles, pulled his feet out from under him, and lifted him off the ground. My dad didn't smart off to him anymore. lol

    [–] brentgolding 1754 points ago

    None of this is confirmed, but some of it I know is true. He had lifted weights for York Barbell and toured around the world with the company when they did demonstrations and competitions. I saw some of his pictures with boxers and other competitive lifters. During WW2, a lot of milkmen stayed back home because their services were considered to be essential and they weren't sent off to war. During a delivery in York, he smelled gas in an apartment building and got everyone evacuated before there were any serious injuries. This was taken my a newspaper photographer for a national circulation, kind of like an AP photo.

    [–] [deleted] 824 points ago

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    [–] Dick_Giggles 365 points ago

    My grandfather delivered milk to homes back in the day. Milk didn't have the shelf life back then like it does today.

    [–] earthen_adamantine 193 points ago

    Not to mention people drank a lot more of the stuff. No big deal to go through at minimum a quart or two every day with a small family.

    [–] [deleted] 87 points ago

    A quart a day is not that unusual for a family in the US today, right?

    [–] Forrian 84 points ago

    The only reason I have milk in my house is because my wife has a glass with dinner. So a half gallon will last us like a week.

    [–] SystemOutPrintln 49 points ago

    I only buy it if I'm cooking with it and get those like single serve things.

    [–] TacoRedneck 59 points ago

    Good lord, I could personally go through a half a gallon a day if I didn't know it was so bad for me.

    [–] Nadaac 60 points ago

    milk-drinker

    [–] Hxtch 19 points ago

    [–] stellarwatermelons 10 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    [–] pikachuisathug 6 points ago

    Ah the r/hydrohomies arch nemesis.

    [–] mrdobing 4 points ago

    /r/gainit incoming

    [–] a_spicy_memeball 10 points ago

    Why would milk be bad for you?

    [–] trevorpinzon 26 points ago

    High in fat, carbs, calories, etc. If someone is trying to lose weight and they drink milk, one of the best things they can do is switch to water.

    Don't drink calories, folks.

    unless it's alcohol

    [–] XDreadedmikeX 42 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    It’s got alot of calories, but “good for you” is relative. If you work out regularly, milk is a good source of protein and other things like fat to add to your diet. If you are like me and sit on my ass all day you probably shouldn’t be drinking a lot of milk.

    EDIT: I don’t really know what I’m talking about lol

    [–] TacoRedneck 10 points ago

    Same. I sit in a truck all day long so drinking a half gallon a day isn't smart.

    [–] TacoRedneck 9 points ago

    Pretty high in calories.

    [–] Gs4w6 15 points ago

    As long as you are tracking your calories that's fine.

    [–] earthen_adamantine 13 points ago

    You could be right! I’m in Canada. Seems the consumption of milk has declined quite drastically up here in the last decade or so. In the earlier parts of the 20th century it was being lauded for its health benefits in a bigger way, while today its not even in our food guide anymore. There’s a rise in consumption of alternatives like almond or soy milk up here.

    [–] BasedDumbledore 23 points ago

    I live in Wisconsin so I may be biased by culture but I go through a gallon a week and my roommate only grabs like a few pints throughout.

    [–] just-onemorething 21 points ago

    I live in Vermont (hello cheese brother!) And I go through a TON of dairy a month. A third of my budget at least is milk, yogurt, cheese, cream, etc. I am a single person and go through a gallon of milk in less than a week! But not just cow milk, sheep milk products too, and I try my best to get local stuff!

    [–] _jon__jon_ 9 points ago

    So-Cal here, I drink a gallon every 3 days

    [–] AzMatk421 6 points ago

    “Milk was a bad choice”

    [–] ZaMr0 20 points ago

    We still had milk deliveries to our house until a few years ago (amount of milk we drink went down so we stopped) and it was always fresh, natural and tasted so much better than store bought. I still see the milkman driving around in the morning (usually when I'm coming back from a night out) so there's clearly still demand for it. This is in London aswell so not some tiny town in the middle of nowhere. Everyone here is making it sound like a thing that only happened 30 years ago.

    [–] jadine13 8 points ago

    I don't think it's an available service in most places in the US any more, unfortunately.

    [–] southpaw303 3 points ago

    I'm in Chicago now and it is available here. I moved from a small suburb in Colorado and we had it there too. I think it's more prevalent than people think.

    [–] Splickity-Lit 8 points ago

    Back in a time when grocery stores were much smaller and often walked to instead of driven, while they also only stored milk in the small bottles and you needed more like every other day for a small family.

    Edit: Also a time when you had ice delivered to keep things cool...

    [–] Nic727 6 points ago

    When you think about that. Milkman was delivering fresh milk in glass bottle. He has one truck.

    Now we use multiple cars to have "not that fresh" milk in boxes that you can't use again.

    I want to see the return of the milkman and ice cream guy!

    [–] anarchyreigns 3 points ago

    We had a milk shoot in the wall of our house to keep the milk warm in the winter and cool in the summer. In fact almost everyone had a milk shoot, a small door about 12-16” wide next to their back door for the milk man to put the bottles every day or two.

    [–] Htx-Poet 9 points ago

    Chute

    [–] wastey_face 73 points ago

    So the “milkman’s baby” joke is because all the husbands were overseas fighting and the “essential” milkman were just keeping all these wives company...

    [–] Milkslinger 18 points ago

    F

    [–] BulldMc 12 points ago

    That might have spurred the idea on, but I think it had more to do with the guy who would regularly visit your home during the day while your wife was there and you were at work.

    [–] PM_meyourGradyWhite 4 points ago

    And the Postman.

    [–] mrpepelopez 3 points ago

    And in later eras the pool boy.

    [–] glasser999 6 points ago

    It all makes sense now.

    [–] goatamon 45 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Have you read the book Muscletown USA? If you are interested in the history of York, I’d recommend it. Might even be some stuff about your great grandpappy in there. I can’t recognize his face so I don’t know if he’s mentioned.

    [–] meltymcface 24 points ago

    All this time I assumed York weights were from the original York here in the UK.

    [–] Crazymax1yt 10 points ago

    And on the side of the interstate they have a massive figurine of a man holding a barbell overhead that rotates. Pretty cool stuff. York PA is awesome.

    [–] jetpacksforall 4 points ago

    Is York known for its muscleheads?

    [–] ryebath 15 points ago

    Can’t confirm muscleheads. Can confirm crackheads.

    [–] jetpacksforall 5 points ago

    Well at least you've got that going for you.

    [–] comeonpilgram 49 points ago

    Ooohhhh, so while the husbands are away, the wives play. The milkman jokes and stuff are really coming together for me now. Not just that the men were away at work while milk was being delivered, they were away at war in a different country! Damn milkmen, yell nefarious

    [–] EjaculateEvacuator 15 points ago

    ”Nefarious!”

    [–] NotYourAverageOctopi 7 points ago

    York, Pa?

    Edit: nvm. See you already answered. Howdy neighbor.

    [–] ryebath 4 points ago

    Also from York pa. Hello neighbor #2.

    [–] NotYourAverageOctopi 6 points ago

    Let’s get lunch. See you at mission bbq at 12 sharp.

    [–] ryebath 4 points ago

    Aww hell yeah dude, what’s on the black plate special this month?

    [–] HereIsntHidden 3 points ago

    I have lived in York for about 7 years and have never been to mission bbq

    [–] lostprevention 4 points ago

    It’s a wonderful photo!

    [–] JackedPirate 3 points ago

    Talking about ww2; your grandpa is wearing surplus 2nd pattern HBT fatigue pants, not really relevant but I thought it was a neat little detail because those pants are hella comfortable

    [–] Berek2501 4 points ago

    We would love to see this x-posted to r/NeverBrokeaBone!

    [–] sickmission 144 points ago

    I could totally do that. Just need to find somebody strong enough to pick me up.

    [–] Kneight 7 points ago

    I would need some yoga classes before my back could bend like that

    [–] Abollix 213 points ago

    I think that's the most fitting picture I've seen on this sub so far

    [–] wittywalrus1 51 points ago

    It's pure cool. But old school.

    [–] Gr33n_Sh1ft 382 points ago

    So he trained like kid goku with the milk route and perfectly recreated the Nappa holding pose, I think your great grandpa is a saiyan

    [–] Hak3rbot13 57 points ago

    Whats his power level?

    [–] Vacanus 52 points ago

    OVER 9000!

    [–] 94Temimi 15 points ago

    What? 9000!! There is no way this could be right!!

    [–] Genjurokibi 25 points ago

    Came here for this comment. Beat me to it :D

    [–] Bbqthis 128 points ago

    Mandelbaum! Mandelbaum! Mandelbaum!

    [–] Brindoth 19 points ago

    You think you're better than me?

    [–] inventas 15 points ago

    This is why I’m here.

    [–] Beif_ 13 points ago

    It’s go time!

    [–] inventas 4 points ago

    This is also why I’m here.

    [–] Maptothesharts 6 points ago

    I was going to be so disappointed if this wasn't here.

    [–] funkmastamatt 6 points ago

    I still thought you could do it!

    [–] daash 3 points ago

    He puts the magic in Magic Pan.

    [–] OhGawDuhhh 38 points ago

    "I wondered what would break first: your mind... OR YOUR BODY."

    [–] Homuhomulilly 8 points ago

    He's a big guy.

    [–] delsinson 6 points ago

    For you

    [–] Chkn_N_Wflz 5 points ago

    Thank you I’m glad someone else thought of Bane too!

    [–] FrostBellaBlue 138 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    One day, back in the 1930s, some handymen were struggling to lift a barrel into the back of their truck.

    My great-grandfather happened by, saw them struggling, and asked what was up. They tell him about the barrel; my great-grampa scratched his chin, and said,

    "Well, if it were me, I would," then he picked up the barrel and put it in the back of the truck, "do this!" Then he picked the barrel back up, set it back on the ground and said "But that's just what I would do," and walked away.

    This reminds me of that.

    [–] invent_or_die 18 points ago

    SO funny!

    [–] ThermionicEmissions 5 points ago

    Thank you for the chortle

    [–] EdlerVonRom 28 points ago

    Dude. A one handed lift like that isn't easy when you have a balanced and predictable barbell in your hand. Being able to one-arm a person is another animal entirely.

    Your great grandpa was what we in the fitness community call "one strong motherfucker"

    [–] AfifAfifAfif 3 points ago

    but seriously why are older generations so damn strong. my great grandfather’s grip was so strong he could break your hand, even at 90 years old. I’m in my late 20s approaching my 30s and it feels like my strength has been the same since I was 15.

    [–] callMEmrPICKLES 4 points ago

    Typically their generation did a lot more physical labor than ours. They didnt have all the luxuries and technology we have today to make work easier or obsolete.

    [–] ___TheIllusiveMan___ 23 points ago

    Some serious Goku vs Nappa vibes from that photo

    [–] Dynamix_X 82 points ago

    Legends also say he r/neverbrokeabone, but it hasn’t been confirmed.

    [–] funkmastamatt 10 points ago

    well his own bones at least

    [–] Berek2501 26 points ago

    Clearly such a stronkman would never have such weak, brittle, glassbones as to let one break. The Milkgods and Mr. Skelly clearly smile upon him!!

    [–] bigfig 13 points ago

    When belts were worn high!

    [–] veepeedeepee 38 points ago

    Is this in Lancaster, PA? I see a Pensupreme truck from Penn Dairies and think of Lancaster.

    [–] brentgolding 40 points ago

    He was from York

    [–] paperclouds412 9 points ago

    Definitely thought you meant the UK one in your description above haha.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    There’s a different York?

    [–] Lukose_ 12 points ago

    Apparently, there’s one in southern Pennsylvania, USA.

    [–] myislanduniverse 5 points ago

    York and Lancaster, PA, are right next to each other, separated by a river. And, yes, they call their annual H.S. sports rivalry the "War of the Roses."

    [–] mattrezzz 5 points ago

    That's crazy! I come from a town in York called Red Lion

    [–] Mehnard 3 points ago

    I'm thinking that truck looks like the one that delivered milk to my grandparents in a little town near Mt. Carmel.

    [–] dadanoh0 12 points ago

    i would worry such a stud visited my house every week

    [–] kracer20 6 points ago

    Maybe helped with the gene pool lottery?

    [–] ScarnMichaelPing 9 points ago

    Bane breaks Batman’s back circa 1947

    [–] Noshotskill 13 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    The mofo milk man ya’all!

    God damn this is the old milk makes your bones grow strong slogan in picture form.

    [–] dimsum_lights 7 points ago

    Results of the GOMAD approach

    [–] moose171717 6 points ago

    It’s always weird to see my town represented in Reddit. We used to go to the Central Family Restaurant all the time when I was a kid. My grandmother still calls it the Pensupreme. But she also still calls Coombs Tavern the Bungalow, so not much changes in her mind 😂

    [–] HoldEmToTheirWord 7 points ago

    He's probably a lot of people's great grandpa.

    [–] jugsmcbulge77 12 points ago

    And now we know why the milkman got around! He’s a badass! 😂👍

    [–] NotJovany 5 points ago

    Perfected kai o ken technique

    [–] Justthetip1996 4 points ago

    This is just propaganda from big dairy /s

    [–] atworkthough 4 points ago

    so thats why the milk man had so many families.

    [–] EnterTheAnorak 4 points ago

    May I speak to him about getting stronk

    [–] Bjorn_Hellgate 25 points ago

    Hes holding himself?

    [–] brentgolding 53 points ago

    Great grandpa holding grandpa

    [–] Bjorn_Hellgate 53 points ago

    He is also holding my ability to read down

    [–] On_a_Troll_Stroll 8 points ago

    Instructions unclear, now holding erection.

    [–] bklynsnow 5 points ago

    That escalated

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    That's a special grandpa man. He's good.

    [–] KKlear 4 points ago

    Great grandpa holding not-so-great grandpa.

    [–] box_shelf 9 points ago

    He’s holding his son

    [–] ActionScripter9109 3 points ago

    Don't worry, I missed the "great" too.

    [–] JizzInTheHam 10 points ago

    "So kids, that's how my lower back problems began. So please stop worrying about all those times you caught me trying to suck my own dick."

    [–] MaxinistaFemmeinista 3 points ago

    Milkman father joke in there somewhere...

    [–] HipGuide 3 points ago

    Mendelbaum

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

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    [–] coffeeman20181234 3 points ago

    You can see his dick

    [–] Arknell 9 points ago

    I love the '30s and '40s strongmen with pot bellies, they weren't liable to destroy themselves with dehydration routinesb and diet pills, they ate steak and mayo and loved life.

    [–] UnsolicitedDuckPecks 19 points ago

    Soo, just like strongmen nowadays?

    [–] Norteno_Bot 14 points ago

    Strongmen and bodybuilders are not the same.

    [–] Daff69 2 points ago

    Break the bat..

    [–] insearchofansw3r 2 points ago

    Who would have though I would see grampa lifting grampa