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What cheese does someone who works in a dairy and is called Lee like?
Cheddar cheese.


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What cheese is a game of strategy played by two players?
Chessese.

What is the board called that Chessese is played on?
A chesseseboard.


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What is the board game favored by cheese lovers?
Parcheesi.


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What is the cheesiest board game that isn't Parcheesi or Chessese?
It's Monopoly. But with added parmesan.


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what did the chinaman say to the unbelievable fruit?


YOU LYE CHEESE !


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What did the cheese say when facing the firing squad?
Don't shoot me, I'm a cheese!


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How many cheeses does it take to change a lightbulb?
Cheesestrings and dairylea triangles are combined to form a mechanical hand. 785 cheesestrings and 27 triangles are necessary.


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I don't want anybody going Emmental, but what's Bob's favourite cheese? The sheep milk blue cheese from the south of France he ate lot of with The Band in Woodstock in 1967, the one he wrote the the song about, Get Your Roquefort!


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And who's the C19th French realist novelist with snakes for hair - Gorgonzola!


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I've Gouda stop!


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I think that'd brie for the best, Mr D.


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What cheese is intermittent?
Intermittent Wensleydale.

Where is the cheese?
In the conservator-cheesery, of course.

What's Bob Dylan's favourite cheese?
Desolation Cheese.


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And as you can probably guess - Van Morrison's favorite cheese?
Caravane.


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I hereby approve all of the previous posts herein.


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What do you call the cheese in a cheese sandwich?
Cheese sandwich cheese

Knock knock!
Who's there?
Cheese!
Cheese who?
Cheesey biscuits!
Cheesey biscuits who?
Cheesey biscuits on a plate!
Cheesey biscuits on a plate who?
I'll come back later

What do you get if you eat too much cheese?
The ability to remember the future!

Why did the startled starling fly out of the cheese?
Because the opening was fashioned by a chisel


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There are plans to change the name of the site to Expecting Rennet: an elite forum for the discerning cheese fancier and Dylan aficianado.

I'll keep you posted.


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What cheese is the baby of a bell?
Babybell.

What cheese is two things at the same time?
Simultaneous cheese and bicycle.


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Is it just me or is this thread degenerating into the utter nonsense that we so love on ER?! :lol:
Mind you, I love cheese as much as the next fellow. . . . . . .


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Thinking about tomorrow.. I think I have mozzarella to look forward to!
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What do you call a cheese with an improper suggestion?
Naughty naughty camembert


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What cheese is the all time top scorer in the Premier League?
Alan Cheeser.


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What's wiser than cheese, but older than a grey beard?
Cheese.


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So, what's with all the cheese? Have you ever noticed ... milk TURNS INTO cheese, but you can't turn it back. What's that about? Clark Kent turns into Superman, and then he turns back into Mr Kent. Right? But cheese ...
Once that milk has changed into cheese, you'd better eat it. Honey, I'm eating all the cheese! Well ... I hope you are! Ah, I don't even like cheese ... I don't! But if I did, I'd have to eat it so much because it's not going to be milk EVER again.
Who here has ever lost a sock? Yes, that's right, we all have. It's a COMMON phenomenon.


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Trev wrote:
What cheese is the all time top scorer in the Premier League?
Alan Cheeser.


Middlesborough's cheesiest player?

Giazka Mendi-feta.



...goes great with Massimo Maccarone!


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Good work Gibby!
And do you know what cheese can unite Boro and Celtic fans?
That's right, a slice of cheese served with Tony Melton Mowbray Pork Pie!


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