If there is a lot of it, it is a clear sign of a blown head gasket. If it's just around the lip of the filler cap, it is only condensation and nothing to really worry about.
Galaxy is a smooth chocolate and a milky way has white stuff in the middle.
Do you mean in the vagina?That would be a discharge =/
White smoke at startup, loss of anti freeze and milky oil indicates to me a bad head gasket.
Dog Syrup is a combination of the white sticky stuff that Kennith, Dennis and Nigel like to drink from Dogs. MILKY MILKY Fap fap fap
Oil is a milky colour and your exhaust is coming out white
Overheating is usually caused by a bad head gasket. Check under the radiator cap for oil or milky reside. Check under the oil cap for water or white milky residue.
so it wont over heat (its coolant and its not supposed to be oil... coolant is milky white) that is all i know from a shop
if the dipstick has white foamy stuff on it
You have water in your oil. Possibly from condensation. Run the engine only long enough to warm the oil and change it.
Oil and water do not mix. oil will float on top of coolant if you remove radiator cap this will be very visible, on the other hand coolant in oil will look milky white.
people usually say milky white, because all the stars together look like milky white.
Howlite is milky white, with grey veins.