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Cheese - how amazing is it?

how do you rate cheese?  

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  1. 1. how do you rate cheese?

    • Cheese makes me want to be a better person. It completes me.
    • The only thing more amazing than cheese is more cheese
    • Put it this way - "cheese".
    • It's the answer, and also the question
    • Not so much. I'm some kind of cheesetard.


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You voted for this option in the poll " The only thing more amazing than cheese is more cheese, " however, after reading the above post you clearly should have voted for the Cheesetard option. I've had no option but to neg you. This hurts you more than it hurts me.

 

I bet you are one of those cunts who buys pre-cut lemons. If you want to have chillis with your cheese then buy them and put them on the cheese. This way you can actually taste your cheese. The stats would suggest shoepiss is a pedo but I dont think you are, you just don't realise the error of your ways.

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I bet you are one of those cunts who buys pre-cut lemons. If you want to have chillis with your cheese then buy them and put them on the cheese. This way you can actually taste your cheese. The stats would suggest shoepiss is a pedo but I dont think you are, you just don't realise the error of your ways.

 

Paedos probably don't like this

 

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Some haloumi and mushroom kebabs on the Australia Day BBQ menu today (along with lamb chump chops and rump steak of course).

 

Then a huge wedge of d'affinois...

 

Nurse!

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There we go.

 

Haha, was just about to then saw this after watching the Vic and Bob youtube back up there. Would rep for that vid if I could.

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Haha, was just about to then saw this after watching the Vic and Bob youtube back up there. Would rep for that vid if I could.

You know what you have to do

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Have any of you English types tried any Irish farmhouse cheese?

 

I'm not an English type, but I'm going over to Dublin in June for one of my periodical cholesterol hits, courtesy of the mother-in-law's obligatory daily cheese platters.

 

Usually washed down with this nice Sicilian red I tracked down at the local offie...

 

Followed every morning by Oatibix and a tablespoon of oatbran in a futile attempt to unclog the arteries.

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