What does "tea juice" mean in this context?


I heard in a YouTube video this line:

We could say for a vegan it's bad to drink milk. But a non-vegan who doesn't abide by that moral code will drink all the tea juice they want. (source)

It seems "tea/T juice" here refers to milk, but what does it mean exactly? Why is milk called "tea/T juice"?

Eddie Kal

Posted 2019-05-27T21:20:19.227

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I think he's humorously referring to milk as "teat juice" (not "tea juice") because it is squeezed from a cow's teats (i.e., udders).


Posted 2019-05-27T21:20:19.227

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6I didn't believe it, but checking the video, that's what he said. – Lorel C. – 2019-05-27T22:04:02.050


Somewhat unsurprisingly, there is an entry in Urban Dictionary for "Bovine Teat Juice"

– Kodos Johnson – 2019-05-28T18:57:32.620

1Also known as "baby cow growth hormone". – Mark Stosberg – 2019-05-28T19:03:15.547