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Eskimos may have dozens of words for "snow", but they have no word for "cheese". Instead they say "gubbuluk laak kwon ker duska scard" which literally translates as "udder liquid of the horned cow that's gone hard but tastes nice".
Never-heard-of-him-until-he-was-dead-but-now-all-over-the-news Soviet Agent Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned by a teapot, by some polonium and by a "mysterious object" if you read the Daily Mail, but no cheese was involved.
When the Red Sea was parted, it was not water but cheese and the more viscous nature of the cheese allowed the Israelites to cross before the "waters" closed in on the Egyptians.
Cheese was actually first discovered when a cow went "off" during warm weather
If I were a mouse I'd eat my bodyweight in cheese every single day
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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.
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