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Roman legionaries used cheese extensively to build with, and while in Britain actually created a predecessor to Hadrian's wall from cheese. This knowledge was lost during the 'Dark Ages' and was never ressurected during the Renaissance.
Cottage cheese is nice in a salad, but it can also be used to confuse herrings.
After an extensive 6 month undercover study I can exclusively reveal that the preferred cheese within emo sub culture is Dairylea. Apparently the cheese best attuned to their emotional needs and can be used as an Elastoplast when self harming.
The wax used in edam cheese is harvested from the ears of dutch gimmers
The word Cheese originate from the Chinese 'che' meaning to smile and 'ese' meaning forever. Hence cheese means 'an eternal smile' and that's why people say it when they have their photograph taken.
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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)