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a body of a man found in a dutch bog in the 1970s dated to be over 3000 years old was found perfectly preserved along with his clothes, bow and arrows, and a large leather holdall believed to have been used to carry a round of edam
During nuclear testing on Christmas Island in the 1950’s a soldiers ‘pack-up’ was accidentally exposed to one of the blast. When Privet E Dam went to tuck in to his cheese sandwiches he discovered that they had mutated in to the now famous ‘Cheese Zilla’
The name of the town Keswick, in Cumbria, England is derived from 'Kesewic', circa 1240, meaning 'farm where cheese is made' from the Old English 'cese' (with Old Scandinavian 'k') and 'wic' (farm).
Cheese was actually first discovered when a cow went "off" during warm weather
In its lifetime the average household mouse will consume 350,600,286 crumbs of cheese - enough to build a full-scale replica of the Empire State Building.
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In the original Wizard Of Oz, Judy Garland's shoes were made of Red Leicester. However, these were later replaced by red satin shoes as the cheese fell apart. That, and the fact the Tin Man developed a cheese addiction and had to go into rehab.
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