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Cheese was used as currency in 16th century Denmark and was used to pay church taxes.
I wish I were a cracker, then no-one would think twice if I balanced a wedge of caerphilly on my head
'cheese' sounds remarkably similar to tease, bee's, or even she's!
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.
Cheese is not affected by gravity. It only stays pinned to the Earth due to its irrational fear of heights.
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