Comments for: Got milk? Oakhurst contest winner to get lifetime supply

Posted April 15, 2012, at 9:55 a.m.

PORTLAND | The catchphrase for the dairy industry is “Got milk?” The winner of a contest launched by a Maine dairy that’s celebrating its 90th anniversary will get milk — lots of it. Oakhurst Dairy is giving $1,000 and a lifetime supply of milk to the winner of a …

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  • all I can say is holy COW!

  • Anonymous

    “Our farmers’ pledge: no artificial growth hormones.”

  • Anonymous

    “Oakhurst moments?” Sorry, but no great story begins with “So this one time, we were drinkin sooo much Oakhurst milk, oh man, you wouldn’t believe what happened next…”

    • Anonymous

      You became incredibly gassy?

  • Anonymous

    The one thing that I will always remember about Oakhurst Dairy is when they ran those television commercials featuring Jim Varney as Ernest P. Worrell.
     
    Ernest was, surely enough, an annoying and obnoxious sort of character.
      
    Yet in their (Mass of Christ) HOLIDAY commercial one year, as Ernest attempted to bring a holiday greeting to his neighbor (to whom he was almost always aggravating), the neighbor closed the door on Ernest.

    In the “Christian” way, perhaps the one most predominant feature is (claims to be, at least) forgiveness. 

    Nonetheless, for me, the image of a neighbor closing the door on Ernest is the one image that’s burned into my memory … of Oakhurst Dairy.

    Like it or not, that’s how it is.

    I didn’t choose it.

    Oakhurst Dairy did – ON television.

    CHEERS !!!

    • Anonymous

      Sorry that ad troubled you.   Jesus gave Jim Varney cancer, so he won’t be doing that again.

  • poormaniac

    Will they accept an entry that includes the word ” Allen’s ” ?

    • Anonymous

      I was just about to post: “What would you do with a lifetime supply of milk?”.  

      • Anonymous

        Drink it. 

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