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It's a little known fact, but cheese powered unicycles are actually exempt from (evil) Ken Livingstones' frankly ludicrous congestion charge tax.
If cheese didn't exist, we would have to invent it . Fact.
Cheese is not affected by gravity. It only stays pinned to the Earth due to its irrational fear of heights.
Hans Lipperhey (a German born settler in Zeeland, Denmark) breathed through the holes in a piece of Edam applied to his face for 17 days, 3 hours and 21 minutes. No record exists to say if the feat was ended by his death.
In 1948 an Edam cheese washed up on the beach at Dover, was blown up with a controlled explosion by the Royal Fusiliers. Cheese rationing during the war caused everybody to forget what Edam looked like and they mistook it for an unexploded WWII mine.
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Dublin / Wicklow mountains
Dairylea Strip Cheese
Ian, Paula and Savanna
on 18th April, 2006
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Winnats Pass from the sheepless safety of the car
Queue for the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat). Makes the queues at Alton Towers seem tame!
Start of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Half-way through the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
A big cavern on the "incredible" underground journey (by boat)
Near the end of the "incredible" underground journey (by boat). It is underground and it is on a boat, honest!
Adventurous potholing cheese
Map of the Speedwell Cavern "incredible" underground journey (by boat)