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Unfortunately for Eskimos are Lactose intolerant, so any cheese would to them be a powerful laxative.
Thrashing one's husband with strings of cheese is still practised by many women in the mountainous regions of Italy
Californians are secretly pumping billions of gallons of Squeezy Cheese into the San Andreas fault. It has excellent seismic absorbing properties and they are hoping this will prevent another catastrophic earthquake devastating the region.
Cheese is not naturally native to our planet, but was actually brought here in the bronze-age on the back of giant meteors.
In the classic motor racing film "Le Mans" starring Steve Mc Queen (1971), Steve's character - Michael Delaney - is quite clearly seen consuming vast amounts of Roquefort on the pit-wall in order to sustain himself ahead of the night-time racing scenes.
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Loony hypnomentalist Paul McKenna has a book called I Can Make You Thin, though it should really be called You Can Make Me Rich. If instead he called his book I Can Make You Cheese then it would be both less cynical and less successful, but no more cheesy
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