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Never-heard-of-him-until-he-was-dead-but-now-all-over-the-news Soviet Agent Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned by a teapot, by some polonium and by a "mysterious object" if you read the Daily Mail, but no cheese was involved.
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 respectful name, 'Cauliflower Cheese' is actually 'Cheese Cauliflower'
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).
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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