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"This should be a total blue milk run, kid. But it'll give you a chance to pick up some negotiating skills. Let's head to Tatooine."
Kyle Katarn to Jaden Korr about the Mission to Tatooine — (audio) Listen (file info)[src]

"Blue milk run" was a slang term used by military personnel to describe a simple and easy mission. The term was particularly common amongst Humans as a reference to the simplicity of obtaining a bottle of the popular blue milk. For example, during the Battle of Rendili, General Obi-Wan Kenobi commented that his investigation of an exploration vessel would likely be "nothing more than a blue milk run." Missions described as blue milk runs had an unfortunate tendency to be more difficult than initially thought. Regardless, Kyle Katarn liked to use this phrase.

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