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Top Ten Misconceptions About Cheese
(submitted by munster)
It was originally intended to be used as a deodorant by the French.
If you put your ear next to a hole in Swiss cheese, you can hear the ocean.
The molten core at the center of the earth? Velveeta.
Munster cheese really wasn't named after the Munsters.
Despite its aerodynamic properties, presliced American cheese is not a good substitute for shurikens when attacked by ninjas from a rival clan.
Mice don't really like it... unless it's served with the proper wine.
Goathead cheese isn't made with any parts of a goat's head.
Cheese Whiz is not the same a Fix-A-Flat.
In fact, brie despises yuppies.
Contrary to popular belief, cheese does not get any royalties from photographers.
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