All Facts 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"Under The Bridge" was another spanking little shanty by Red Hot Caerphilly Peppers, which referred to a noggin of Cheddar found under a bridge near the home of Anthony KiedisThe original cast of "Friends" featured 6 hip and happening New York fun loving 30-somethings and a noggin of Cheddar ... until the Cheddar got a big for its boots and insisted on a whopping 3,000 crackers per episode when TV bosses axed it from the showHans Lipperhey (a German born settler in Zeeland, Denmark) breathed through the holes in a piece of Edam applied to his face for 17 days, 3 hours and 21 minutes. No record exists to say if the feat was ended by his death.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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