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no-one ac-tu-all-y knows how many edams it would take to go around the world twice. If they claim they do they are lying.
The first death by cheese actually registered was that of Brock Halfacre, a peasant landowner from Lower Heswall, in Cheshire in 1257. He was put to death in the stocks, by being pelted with cheeses of various origins
Caerphilly Cheese became popular throughout it's native South Wales because it glows in the dark. Coal miners would often carry a piece to light their working day, then eat it on the way home.
Eskimos may have dozens of words for "snow", but they have no word for "cheese". Instead they say "gubbuluk laak kwon ker duska scard" which literally translates as "udder liquid of the horned cow that's gone hard but tastes nice".
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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