Wikipedia wrote:Limburger cheese is a cheese that originated in the historical Duchy of Limburg, which is now divided between modern-day Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany. Limburger is especially known for its pungent odor. The bacterium used to ferment Limburger cheese and other rind-washed cheeses is Brevibacterium linens; this same bacterium is found on human skin and is partially responsible for human body odor.
Dotsie wrote:This would explain why the people on my commute smell like cheese then! I had wondered. Commuting by bus has taught me - not everyone showers every day. Not everyone showers every week
chris.ph wrote:rosannas father came back from italy with some cheeses and gave me a taste it was lovely , it was sheeps cheese and he was shocked that after i found out what it was that i wanted more. if i like something i dont care what it is
Tina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit wrote:Cheery wrote:I've found out something really strange about my aunt today: she puts lemon juice on her spaghetti. Now how weird is that?
Oh Mah Gawd, no... say it ain't so. Shudders She hasn't been hanging aboot with Johnny Depp has she?
ROTFLMAOTina a.k.a.SusanSto.Helit wrote:Well, Cheery, on the bright side, she will never get Scurvy.
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