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(New Zealand Herald)   Man whey over alcohol limit creams into the front windows of a dairy. Owner unhurt butter store was udderly destroyed. Cheese   (nzherald.co.nz ) divider line
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2010-01-12 03:46:57 AM  
Wensleydale?
 
2010-01-12 03:51:51 AM  
*trying to think of a Venezuelan Beaver Cheese pun*
 
2010-01-12 03:53:31 AM  
Oh, he only crashed? I feel misled by that headline.
 
2010-01-12 03:54:08 AM  
I would have said "udderly".. but smooth.
 
2010-01-12 04:02:14 AM  
Subby falls into a cliche to be overly witty, sure is a pitty.
Uses same formula.
Bore me till I am a,
troll

/20
//19
 
2010-01-12 04:05:37 AM  
-1. Udder failure.
 
2010-01-12 04:10:58 AM  
NO WHEY!

Curdses to that drunk.
 
2010-01-12 04:12:31 AM  
Subby bleu it on "udderly." Cheeses.
 
2010-01-12 04:14:46 AM  
Yogurt yourself a decent headline there, subby.
 
SH
2010-01-12 04:17:22 AM  
Dumb.
 
2010-01-12 04:24:10 AM  
Man, subby... you really MILKED that headline for all it was worth.
 
2010-01-12 04:25:26 AM  
ps: I wish fark would stop cow-towing to these kinds of stories.

......Sorry. :)
 
2010-01-12 04:25:47 AM  
Cute headline but ... *moderator tendencies fully revealed*
*path to greenlight revealed*
*puns are necessary*

/open the pod doors HAL
 
2010-01-12 04:33:19 AM  
FAIL subby, fail fail fail.
 
2010-01-12 04:56:46 AM  
For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick shop.
 
2010-01-12 05:03:58 AM  
What kind of muenster would do a thing like that? I hope he'd havarti made gouda by paying for the damages. You risk life and limburger when you do that.
 
2010-01-12 05:08:41 AM  

The Southern Dandy: -1. Udder failure.


You're just lactose intolerant.
 
2010-01-12 05:09:26 AM  
She curd have been killed!
 
2010-01-12 05:10:39 AM  

glacierexpress: For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick shop.


I'm an American, and I don't call anything a quick shop.
 
2010-01-12 05:18:36 AM  
glacierexpress
"For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick shop.
"


I don't think Americans use the term "quick shop" either. But then, I'm Canadian. We say "convenience store" or "variety store".

So if you go to a cheese shop in New Zealand, is it called a "variety store?" :-P
 
2010-01-12 05:18:48 AM  

bugmn99: glacierexpress: For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick shop.

I'm an American, and I don't call anything a quick shop.


My bad. Convenience Store.
 
2010-01-12 05:42:35 AM  

glacierexpress: For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick 'shop.


Can you tell by the pretzels and from having seen a lot of shops in your time?
 
2010-01-12 05:44:34 AM  
Stop with the cheese puns. I Camembert it any more!
 
2010-01-12 05:49:34 AM  

glacierexpress: bugmn99: glacierexpress: For those unaware, a "dairy" in New Zealand doesn't actually have anything to do with milk or cheese.

It is just a word used to describe what Americans call a quick shop.

I'm an American, and I don't call anything a quick shop.

My bad. Convenience Store.


Ah. Well, sometimes we call them dairies, at least here in southern California. We have a few stores that are owned by (or used to be owned by) a big dairy, like Alta Dena, kind of the original convenience stores, with food and gas and such. You can drive through them and employees will fetch your order for you. We call those types of places dairies, as opposed to 7-11, Circle K, AM/PM and the like, where you have to walk into the store - those we call convenience stores.
 
2010-01-12 06:18:40 AM  
So, the owner was really cheesed off, eh?
 
2010-01-12 07:09:03 AM  
This is the second time this happened...

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Oh, no not this shiat again....
 
2010-01-12 07:14:29 AM  
Gee Whiz!
 
2010-01-12 07:55:13 AM  
How did this not happen in Wisconsin?? I could have been hometown proud....
 
2010-01-12 08:00:45 AM  
Pun headlines are just sad.
 
2010-01-12 08:24:35 AM  
No, no, no, subby.

Penis cheese.
 
2010-01-12 08:25:12 AM  
Subby, no cheap dairy pun seems to get past your eyes.
 
2010-01-12 09:25:56 AM  
I read as far as this thing called "man whey", and thought it best not to continue.
 
2010-01-12 09:45:55 AM  
Headline was Grade-A.
 
2010-01-12 01:22:33 PM  
The dairy should not have a cow over this.

They should be able to milk it for all it's worth in court.

Oh wait. They are in New Zealand and not Jersey.
 
2010-01-12 01:42:28 PM  
Let it be said that FARK is being overridden by the overwhelming predilection for puns. It seems as if every headline is some ridiculous pun. It is quite punishing. For real, I sick of the farking puns.
 
2010-01-12 04:51:58 PM  
This thread is getting silly. I gouda go read some others.

/sigh
 
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