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"Behind-the-shelf-Cheddar" is a euphemism.
Before the discovery of penicillin, mouldy cheese was used as a cure-all. It was the "miracle drug" of pre-penicillin days, and would cure almost anything except for mouldy cheese poisoning, which was usually fatal.
A turophile is a person with a love of cheese. This is in stark contrast to a carpophile which is a person with a love of hairy minges.
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Johnny Sicknote Wilkinson is about to play his first proper game of rugby for over three years after a quite literally unbelievable series of freak injuries, including at least two involving the dropping of heavy cheese and a third involving fondue burns.
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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.
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