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I recently paid a visit to Cheddar Gorge and have to say I was fairly disappointed by the fact that the Gorge was not bursting at the seams with Cheddar
The Westland Wensleydale was the first helicopter to use cheese to lubricate all bearings on the main power train. The tail rotor gearbox was, of course, fed chutney via a geared pump.
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".
Caerphilly Cheese became popular throughout it's native South Wales because it glows in the dark. Coal miners would often carry a piece to light their working day, then eat it on the way home.
'cheese' sounds remarkably similar to tease, bee's, or even she's!
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View From The Visitor's Centre Atop Snowdon
The Visitor's Centre Atop Snowdon