Facts about Cheese

Cheese jigsaws were a popular Victorian pastime: you weren’t allowed to eat the cheese until you had completed the puzzle.

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Cheese Rubik Cubes were also an anachronistic Victorian party favourite.

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Highly skilled mice would nibble cheese chesspieces turning on tiny lathes. They were known as ‘The Wee Masters’ because of their artistry.

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Cheese playing cards & cheese chesspieces were commonly made from Red Leicester and a white Cheddar, as Wensleydale tended to crumble in use.

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The importation of firm Dutch cheeses such as Gouda allowed Victorian Cheese Gaming to achieve new levels, culminating in Cheese Roulette.

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Chimerica was astounded by Le Camembert Turc, the first primitive Cheese chess-playing Cheese Robot, actually operated by a giant Sumatran rat.

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Little did the inventors of Le Camembert Turc realise that a crazed scientist would develop the idea of the Cheese Robot into a deadly threat…

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Soon armies of giant Cheese Robots would stalk the land, destroying whole cities with their molten cheese rays (or, more properly, sprays).

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If it hadn’t been for an unexpected heatwave bringing the giant Cheese Robots to their Welsh Rarebit knees, we were this close to going out.

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