All Facts "Raindrops on roses and cheeses on kittens" is a line of a song made famous by the multi-talented Julie Andrews in The Sound Of Music. She frequently fed her cats Gorgonzola - the little blighters just couldn't get enough of the stuffThe Osmonds song "Crazy Horses" was originally named "Cheesy Horses", but the record producers heard that The Monkees had released a single of the same name so The Osmonds re-named their song to avoid a hefty lawsuitLoony 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 cheesyI'm quite partial to a noggin of cheddar, though I find gorgonzola to be a frisky little number if I'm feeling adventurousA new breed of chicken lay's "cheese eggs". The "cheesehen" (latin cheesius hennius) is said to lay an egg rich in cheesey goodness. Optional extra's are "melted" varieties and "mozerella"
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