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    Any ideas welcome,

    It's a cheese night, old school tunes, YMCA, Saturday Night, etcetc.

    The bar is called "FuBar"

    It's in the city of Leicester.

    The name "Red Leicester" has already been taken by Leicester Universitys own cheese night - a name which i thought was great.

    Any witty cheese related names you can muster up?
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    Cheesy Pop.
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    Fu Cheese instead of Blue Cheese?

    Not great?
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    Wotsits?
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    Wait. So there's no actual cheese involved in this?

    If so I feel misled by the title of the thread.


    Or a better suggestion.
    Just find a list of cheeses: e.g this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cheeses and pick a fun one
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    (Original post by Patriot Rich)
    Wait. So there's no actual cheese involved in this?

    If so I feel misled by the title of the thread.
    Oh-no, there will be cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.

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    (Original post by TheWagstaff)
    Any ideas welcome,

    It's a cheese night, old school tunes, YMCA, Saturday Night, etcetc.

    The bar is called "FuBar"

    It's in the city of Leicester.

    The name "Red Leicester" has already been taken by Leicester Universitys own cheese night - a name which i thought was great.

    Any witty cheese related names you can muster up?

    Are you Emmental ?
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    Nothing will be Gouda 'nuff for you.
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    How about Cottage ?
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    Rock-fort... :dontknow:
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    Cheez it, it's the cheds. (reference to cheese it, it's the Feds) ched=cheddar

    How do like them babybells? (reference to how do you like them apples)

    Time for a little Night time cottage-ing.

    It ain't easy being cheesy (don't know if you're allowed to use this one)

    Say cheese

    Mozzarella with me? Mozzarella with you? (mozzerella kinda sounds like what's the matter in a cheesy Italian accent)

    :dontknow:
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    How about The Big Cheese???
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    Some of you need to Brie more serious with your suggestions.

    Bit girl orientated, but "Cheddar good night" (Reading like "She had a good night")
    Or one that doesn't make much sense but I like the ring it has "Edam-innation".
    Or "Brie-thing Pop" (or "Brie-ding Pop").
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    Le Grand Frogmage!

    (Transation: The Big Cheese )

    It sounds really fancy untill you realise how simple the translation is.
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    Cam Mom Bare
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    This'll brie a fondue!

    BE a FUN DO.

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    Gruyere's your head at?!?!

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