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They are getting cheesier... (and perhaps best read aloud)

After an explosion at a local cheese factory, the only thing that was left was de Brie…
What cheese do you use to hide a horse? Marscapone
What’s the best cheese to encourage a bear? Camembert…
A piece of cheese sees his cheese friend looking a little dishevelled. “Are you OK?” he asks. “I’ve felt grater”, comes the reply…
A local farmer tried hard to make some cheese, but didn’t quite make it. He fell at the final curdle.
What did the cheese say when it looked in the mirror? Hello me!
I tried to make some clothes out of cheese, but then I found that fromage frays…
Someone threw some butter, milk and cheese at me recently. I thought “how dairy”…. Then, they threw some more mild cheese. I thought “that’s not very mature”.
I had a ploughman’s lunch the other day. He wasn’t happy.
I saw a toddler with a tiny Edam strapped to his bike. Must have been his baby bell.
What cheese is made backwards? Edam…

...did any of those rock your fort???

11 comments:

  1. YaYa
    "not very mature" and "Edam" cracked us up!!!
    Hugs madi, mom and dad

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  2. YaYa do you know who the most well rounded knight was at King Arthur's Round table........
    wait.........................................
    Cir-cumference
    Hugs Bcat

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  3. my favorite is de bire and baby bell, about half of them I did not get. I don't know much about cheese and the names.

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  4. BOL - Mom likes the Baby Bell one best, but that one about feeling grater was a good one too:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  5. All perfectly snort-worthy! :-)

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  6. Yep ..... cheesy is right. I've felt grater is Mum's fave!!

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  7. hahaha great... and I like the edam wortgame :O)))

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  8. Had me wondering if the ploughman's lunch is still going strong in England?

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  9. These may have been a little cheesy but gouda for you. It could become a feta-ish. namaste, janice xx

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  10. I love cheese jokes and puns...I got loads of mail for What do you call cheese that's not yours (Notcho cheese)
    And I LOVE What is the LION of cheese? (Roarquefort)
    Keep them coming!!!
    Now I gotta go...I'm listening to some R and Brie!
    Marv

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