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cheeses of Nazareth

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  • That question certainly gives us something to chew on--thanks, yarb.

    December 15, 2010

  • Did Jesus choose the cheeses of the Jews?

    December 15, 2010

  • oh, so that explains the Jews for cheeses...

    December 15, 2010

  • Psst. I think it's spelled "becheeses."

    December 10, 2010

  • YES

    December 10, 2010

  • what in the bejeezus is this?

    December 10, 2010

  • Done. Thanks!

    December 8, 2010

  • Bracketed, 'zuzu. You pick which list to add the term to.

    December 8, 2010

  • Brackets around "boopsie cheeses," please.

    December 8, 2010

  • I'd swear that the phrase *boopsie cheeses* occurs in one passage of my Hilliard Ensemble's recording of PĂ©rotin's 13th century organum polyphonic choral music.

    December 8, 2010

  • I thought Jesus was the big cheese of Nazareth?

    December 7, 2010

  • While I think it reasonable that cheese may be older than Jesus, I would not think that Nazareth is a big cheese area - too dry.

    December 7, 2010

  • One wonders whether the cheeses of which you speak are theopathic.

    December 3, 2010

  • And tastier too.

    December 3, 2010

  • Cheese is older than Jesus, no?

    December 3, 2010

  • The joke is probably as old as cheese is.

    December 3, 2010

  • When we went to have a big lunch after Sunday school my grandfather would usually warble 'What a friend we have in Cheese-es' as we came in. And that was long before the internet.

    December 3, 2010

  • Thanks, but I really can't take credit for it--I'm pretty sure it was on a T-shirt sold by Mental Floss magazine.

    December 3, 2010

  • don't exactly get the shower curtain connection, but this is brilliant.

    December 3, 2010

  • LOL

    (literally)

    December 3, 2010