Originally Posted by shane39
Does liver slither over to a pint of milk in the fridge,and wrap itself around it??
Nope, liver is (of course) quite inanimate and is entirely incabable of self-locomotion. Making your public house proposition highly preposterous and improbable. This is, however a widely held misconception amongst certain people. It is, in fact, the milk that is moving towards the liver.
Milk is actually highly magnetic when placed in a glass container. However, it usually takes an object high in complex organic iron compounds to give this a noticable effect. The presence of these molecules moves the valence electrons of the molecules in the milk into a highly excited state causing them to emit photons (try putting the milk under an object which is responsive to ultra-violet lightinside a partial vacuum chamber, and you will note that the object will emit a faint glow.
This excited state creates highly unstable ions of strontium-91 which then begin generate a highly charged electro-magnetic field which increase pressure on the interior surface of the glass moving it approximately 3.156277654x10e-12 millimeters per decaliter of liver towards the liver's center of gravity (mitigated of course by the friction coefficient of the table or other surface).
Unfortunately in order to observe the Liver-Milk Magneto-Kinetic Phenomena you will need to have some sort of highly precise optical measuring device within the confines of a geologically stabilized environment.