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How Cheesy Answered

Last night before going home from work, an ad popped up on the upper portion of the screen (not a pop-up ad) and it looked like the picture below. Well, I am always interested in new ways to have cheese (since I am NOT supposed to have any) and so I went to the site. Now, I was definitely not wishing to drive all the way to Harrisburg, just to sample some cheese bits, so I looked around the site a bit and lo and behold, they were going to visit a Giant Food store near me; and that was at noon today! I went there today, and they have really decent tasting 75% less fat cheese (cheddar) and some decent Colby too. I especially liked the habanero infused cheese, and found the Jalapeno one a bit on the mild side. Then, for coming out because I saw the ad, they gave me a REALLY nice cloth shopping (or whatever) bag. It is as roomy inside as a large paper bag is. It's been a good day....so far.

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KentsOkayWafflicious

Reply 10 years ago

IM a personal fan of the Funniest Joke in the World

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WaffliciousKentsOkay

Reply 9 years ago

Lol!! One of the translators saw two of the words and spent a week in the hospital. LOL

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GoodhartKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

Yeah, I was thinking of that when I posted ;-)

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KentsOkayGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

First thing that springs to mind when I think of cheese, or dead parrots...

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caitlinsdadKentsOkay

Reply 10 years ago

I was going to go with "Crackin toast" from Wallace and Gromit. Kinda looks like Kiteman.

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Flumpkins

9 years ago

Does that tab say you googled Barny?!?

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GoodhartFlumpkins

Reply 9 years ago

no problem ;-) anyone that is currently involved in watching Barney a lot could make that same mistake LOL J/K !!

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GoodhartFlumpkins

Reply 9 years ago

read it as if the person speaking was speaking with a lisp.

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caitlinsdadFlumpkins

Reply 9 years ago

Somebody needs to be pinched by their bubbe or nonna.

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GoodhartFlumpkins

Reply 9 years ago

Well, Think of Silvester (the cat that chased Tweety bird) and you get the idea....it was just me being silly out of the blue (since you quoted big purple ;-)

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FaqMan

9 years ago

Sounds great goodhart and I wish i had some chesse now.

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GoodhartFaqMan

Reply 9 years ago

Just this morning I started working on a piece of Stilton Kiteman apparently doesn't care for the strong taste of this brand of bleu cheese ;-)

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FaqManGoodhart

Reply 9 years ago

Oh what do you think about the taste?

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GoodhartFaqMan

Reply 9 years ago

Well, it is definitely a strong taste, I find it good to slice thinly and placed on cream crackers; or it pairs very well with a little dry Port wine.

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FaqManGoodhart

Reply 9 years ago

Sounds good i gotta try it.

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GoodhartFaqMan

Reply 9 years ago

Do you like Bleu cheese ? (sometimes spelled Blu cheese)

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Weissensteinburg

10 years ago

That's ridiculously coincidental. Anyways, would you be willing to drive to weissensteinburg?

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GoodhartWeissensteinburg

Reply 10 years ago

Luckily I wasn't too busy to look at the ad (I LOVE cheese, but it clogs my arteries....*sigh*)

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GoodhartWeissensteinburg

Reply 10 years ago

Finally, I got a chance to translate as I figured it might mean :-) I have a lovely piece of Stilton in my 'fridge that I want to start on this Weekend. ;-)

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KitemanWeissensteinburg

Reply 10 years ago

>blech<

No, you need a good hard cheese, like a Wensleydale or a nice crumbly Lancashire.

Anything that makes your eyes sweat when you eat a lump of it.

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GoodhartKiteman

Reply 9 years ago

Stilton is good with cream crackers, if sliced fairly thin. I have yet to try Limburger however. It is not really popular in my area, and it is difficult to find at times.

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lemonieKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

I don't associate "crumbly" with "hard" (e.g. Parmesan), but these are two of my favorites. There's a big difference between cheeses that turn into tasteless oily-goo under a grill, and these lovely acidic English cheeses which go well with pepper. (Mmmm) L

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Kitemanlemonie

Reply 10 years ago

For grilling, I'd go with a Cheddar or Red Leicester. Wensleydale, though, is really nice in a sandwich of crusty white bread, with proper butter and blackcurrant jam.

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GoodhartKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Hmm, cheeses don't present many pun opportunities.... :-)

Although I have heard BabyBell cheese produces a tinkling sound :-)

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KitemanGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

I'm sure you curd think of a wey to manage...

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Goodhartcaitlinsdad

Reply 10 years ago

Songs and Cheese are the two great things we get moldy oldies from,

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caitlinsdadGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Neutral about Swiss. Don't see a whole lot except for yodeling.

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Goodhartcaitlinsdad

Reply 10 years ago

Which type of Swiss Cheese?

Appenzell
Emmental
Fribourgeois
Bellelay
Gruyere
Vacherin-Fribourgeois
Saanen
Sbrinz
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Sapsago ?

Some Swiss cheese is known as BLIND (because it has no holes)., um, for crying out loud ;-)

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caitlinsdadGoodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Which one is the big cheese? The Swiss do get around.

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Goodhartcaitlinsdad

Reply 10 years ago

What comes around, goes around, those big wheels keep on turnin'