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The fictitious village of Lymeswold holds an annual cheese-trolley race in November. Participants are invited primarily from the non-fictitious town of Bega in New South Wales, Australia.
When people talk of 'Holy Cheese', they don't mean cheese that has been blessed by the vicar and sprayed with holy water. They simply mean cheese with holes in it. However, blessed cheese has been proven to ward off evil spirits. Or garlic or something.
The world's consumption of cheese is enough to fill quite a few olympic-sized swimming pools. Unfortunately, this would ruin the filtration systems.
Before mobile phones were invented, people used Cheddar phones - moderately sized slabs of mature Cheddar interconnected by long lengths of string. This pioneering concept paved the way for the mobile phones we so readily take for granted today.
The "Profumo affair" of the 1960's, did not contain one single reference to cheese. While Watergate contained fifty seven. Mainly citing the use of Danish Blue as a means of bribary
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