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    Humble victim of a million lunchtimes
    Sliced by cruel knives for the pleasure of
    Sandwich munchers thou keepest thy
    Caseinous counsel, uncomplaining as
    The vicious tangs of the grater rip thee
    Apart in thy curdly martyrdom;
    As St Lawrence suffered the pangs
    Of the fiery griddle so dost thou
    Face the blistering heat required
    To melt thee onto toast in the Welsh
    Manner; the sting of Worcester Sauce
    Prolongs this culinary atrocity; silenced
    Are the mouths which consume thee in the
    Ploughman's Lunch; a lettuce shroud and a
    And a pickled onion accompanying thee on
    Thy final journey; a sarson sexton for thy
    Hasty obsequies; ask not for whom the bel
    paese tolls ~ it tolls for brie
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    FYI, you're my favourite poster on this site. :lol:
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    Cheesy at best.

    repped
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    (Original post by scriggy)
    FYI, you're my favourite poster on this site. :lol:
    That's very kind of you
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    I feel I have no right to comment on this. :getmecoat:

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    But I love your poems. :love:
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    (Original post by briesandwich)
    I feel I have no right to comment on this. :getmecoat:

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    But I love your poems. :love:
    thanks brie... i hope the bell does not toll for thee until much much later
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Cheesy at best.

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    thanks tehforum it was grate to receive your appreciation of my cheese ode

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    This makes me want cheese...

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    Omnomnom Ploughmans...
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    (Original post by Historophilia)
    This makes me want cheese...

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    Omnomnom Ploughmans...
    Cheese has rights !!
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    Mmmm cheese.

    :love:

    My cupcake sig has cream cheese frosting!
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    (Original post by the bear)
    Cheese has rights !!
    It has the right to GET IN MAH BELLEH!
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    (Original post by the bear)
    Humble victim of a million lunchtimes
    Sliced by cruel knives for the pleasure of
    Sandwich munchers thou keepest thy
    Caseinous counsel, uncomplaining as
    The vicious tangs of the grater rip thee
    Apart in thy curdly martyrdom;
    As St Lawrence suffered the pangs
    Of the fiery griddle so dost thou
    Face the blistering heat required
    To melt thee onto toast in the Welsh
    Manner; the sting of Worcester Sauce
    Prolongs this culinary atrocity; silenced
    Are the mouths which consume thee in the
    Ploughman's Lunch; a lettuce shroud and a
    And a pickled onion accompanying thee on
    Thy final journey; a sarson sexton for thy
    Hasty obsequies; ask not for whom the bel
    paese tolls ~ it tolls for brie
    Cheese is milk's attempt to seek immortality.
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    Cheese is milk's attempt to seek immortality.
    whey to go

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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    Cheese is milk's attempt to seek immortality.
    so yoghurt would be a kind of caseinous purgatory ...
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    (Original post by the bear)
    whey to go

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    That's cheesy, even for you.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    so yoghurt would be a kind of caseinous purgatory ...
    Nevertheless, more culture than all of Australia.
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    Nevertheless, more culture than all of Australia.
    that's really grate... you should be a raita
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    (Original post by the bear)
    that's really grate... you should be a raita
    Touché. Now I feel so bleu.
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    Touché. Now I feel so bleu.
    you obviously feel quite fondue of this thread
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    (Original post by the bear)
    you obviously feel quite fondue of this thread
    You're just a pun muenster.

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