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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.
My pet aardvark, Derek, is constantly pestering me for niblets of cheese. He isn't supposed to eat cheese because his cholesterol level is above the national average
Grass would eat cheese if cheese was sheep
The Humber Bridge presently cost's £2.50 to cross, but the toll booths will accept any cheese over 100g... provided you are not a one eyed german who speaks with a lisp (but only on bank holidays) and have a cat made out of edam ( called gusset )
What do you call a man with a piece of cheese on his head? Gordon Zola! Boom Boom!
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The National Memorial Arboretum
10th June, 2006
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Flypast of the Spitfire, Lancaster and Hurricane. Fortunately there were no 'wizzard prangs' on this occasion, since I was underneath.
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Hans 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.
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