10 September 2009
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Q.how do they get the blue bôts in stilton cheese
A.The blue veins in Stilton are mould. As the cheese ages it is pierced with stainless steel needles, air enters the cheese, and the mould begins to grow.
Q.Why do i hav a cheese like substance on my bell end?
A.Smegma (aka knob cheese or smeg) is made of discarded skin cells, skin oil (sebum) and moisture (eg sweat). It lubricates and moisturises the glans.
Q.What's in a ploughmans sandwich?
A.A ploughman's lunch usually consists of cheddar/stilton cheese, pickle, salad and any crusty bread. This traditional meal was revived during the 1970s.
Q.Why does eating cheese late at night give you bad dreams?
A.Cheese does not directly cause dreams, but it is a high fat food which can take time to digest and, if eaten late at night, may cause disturbed sleep.