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2006-02-15 03:40:25 PM  
well, thank farking god. i can now go about my day a bit more peacefully knowing this.
 
2006-02-15 04:23:49 PM  
I'm still arguing with them over whether it is Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, or Kraft Cheese and Macaroni.
 
2006-02-15 06:12:49 PM  
Cheese puns?

I cheddar to think about it.
 
2006-02-15 06:13:13 PM  
If you buy "Parmesan" cheese, you're officially on notice that it's going to suck, no matter how long you leave it around.
 
2006-02-15 06:13:43 PM  
That whole "hard, smelly cheese" thing sounds more like something that somebody on Fark should say, instead of something that should be in TFA.
 
2006-02-15 06:14:44 PM  
gallo caldo

If you buy "Parmesan" cheese, you're officially on notice that it's going to suck, no matter how long you leave it around.

And that's no gouda.

THANK YOU!!!
 
2006-02-15 06:15:49 PM  
Kraft cheese sucks!

didn't RTFA
 
2006-02-15 06:16:47 PM  
farkingcrazy

That whole "hard, smelly cheese" thing sounds more like something that somebody on Fark should say, instead of something that should be in TFA.

Saying bad things about Farkers?

What a muenster!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
 
2006-02-15 06:17:09 PM  
How about the whole "is it delivery or is it Digiorno" debate?

Seriously, how can anyone call the stuff in the cardboard cans edible anyway. Get a block of real Parmesan cheese and grate it yourself.
 
2006-02-15 06:17:47 PM  
I was watching Unwrapped on Food Network last night, and they were profiling Kraft Parmesan Cheese. The helpful woman from Kraft explained that if the cheese in the container clumps (which can happen because there are no preservatives in the cheese), one should shake the container from side to side to break up the cheese into smaller pieces.

Do people really need to watch TV to learn this "unique" solution?
 
2006-02-15 06:19:01 PM  
ga362

Kraft cheese sucks!

didn't RTFA


More bashing of Kraft?!

I camembert this abuse much longer!

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
 
2006-02-15 06:19:38 PM  
Heh. Now that's what I call a STICKY situation! Wait. Wait, no, I... Uh, "this is a great day for"... I don't-

Swiss...?
 
2006-02-15 06:20:33 PM  
Whatthefark

Seriously, how can anyone call the stuff in the cardboard cans edible anyway.

I know. The whole issue depresses me... it really makes me feel bleu.

OH SNAP!
 
2006-02-15 06:21:02 PM  
A war in Iraq, Muslims around the globe up in arms, Iran developing nuclear weapons, Hamas now running Palestine -- but it is nice knowing that there are people out there concerned about whether or not parmesan is aged 6 months or 10.

I sleep safer at night.
 
2006-02-15 06:22:36 PM  
LeMat

Heh. Now that's what I call a STICKY situation! Wait. Wait, no, I... Uh, "this is a great day for"... I don't-

Swiss...?


I think you swiss the point.

ZING!
 
2006-02-15 06:23:27 PM  
Kraft has led the charge in the culinary dumbing down of America! This is more proof....
 
2006-02-15 06:24:02 PM  
I don't trust a company that makes "cheese food" as a substance. There is actually too little "cheese" in "cheese food" so they can't call it "cheese"

/call it "Chood"
 
2006-02-15 06:25:08 PM  
OK, I'll bite...

I never like edam this curd, which is not very gouda.

/i know it's pronounced "how-da"
 
2006-02-15 06:25:47 PM  
wineskigolf

Kraft has led the charge in the culinary dumbing down of America! This is more proof....

I can't take this Kraft bashing any more.

That's right. I'm getting feta up with your attitude.

BA-DUM-CHA!
 
2006-02-15 06:26:43 PM  
American parmesean cheese tastes like crap anyway. As does any cheese made by Kraft.
 
2006-02-15 06:27:12 PM  
lothar97

OK, I'll bite...

I never like edam this curd, which is not very gouda.

/i know it's pronounced "how-da"


That's awesome! You roquefort! I'm very fondue of your sense of humor.
 
2006-02-15 06:27:45 PM  
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener

I think you swiss the point.

ZING!


Yeah, I'll admit it. I don't havarti idea what I'm talking about. I'm completely adelost.
 
2006-02-15 06:28:43 PM  
adenosine

American parmesean cheese tastes like crap anyway. As does any cheese made by Kraft.

I think that you should support your opinion better, just in queso!
 
2006-02-15 06:31:08 PM  
LeMat

Yeah, I'll admit it. I don't havarti idea what I'm talking about. I'm completely adelost.

I wouldn't be that pessimistic, but then again, I may be going out on a limburger when I say that.
 
2006-02-15 06:33:52 PM  
lothar97
/i know it's pronounced "how-da"

Unless someone corrects you (with proof), I will consider this true and consider the day "not a waste" in that I learned something.

Thank you. A day without learning something is kin to hunting with Cheney.
 
2006-02-15 06:34:49 PM  
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener

I wouldn't be that pessimistic, but then again, I may be going out on a limburger when I say that.

That's really 'swale' of you to say. I just felt my self-confidence 'dubliner'! In conclusion, this thread 'mild grated mozzarella'.
 
2006-02-15 06:37:39 PM  
/ "GIS for Cheese, not this sh*t again!" photo fails
 
2006-02-15 06:39:55 PM  
KRAFT makes cheese? I thought they had to put it in quotes or use a mispelling, for legal reasons.

[image from dangmagazine.com too old to be available]

/mmmm - cheez
 
2006-02-15 06:40:26 PM  
ga362
lothar97
/i know it's pronounced "how-da"
Unless someone corrects you (with proof), I will consider this true and consider the day "not a waste" in that I learned something.
Thank you. A day without learning something is kin to hunting with Cheney.


Come on. It was a neat troll. Ya gotta admit it. A NEAT troll . . . come'on bite. It was a neat farkin' troll. Subtile yet with a neat nose. Ya know, like wine. Come'on, bite. Grab that lure and start to fight. Ya, disgusting, let me down quitters.
 
2006-02-15 06:40:34 PM  
ga362

Unless someone corrects you (with proof), I will consider this true and consider the day "not a waste" in that I learned something.

"Not a waste"? Are you quoting somebody? Are you saying that these are nacho words???

LeMat

That's really 'swale' of you to say. I just felt my self-confidence 'dubliner'! In conclusion, this thread 'mild grated mozzarella'.

No whey! That's what I'm talking about, brie-ing the best that you can brie!
 
2006-02-15 06:41:40 PM  
ga362: Unless someone corrects you (with proof)

Here's some classic hearsay* for you (yes, IAAL):

My sister is living in Emmen, Netherlands for a year. She went to "Gouda," and informed me that it's like "chow-da," with the "ch" sound the nice Dutch "throat clearing" sounding H. Any Dutch people still awake to confirm this?

/* hearsay = statement made out of court offered to prove the truth of the matter asserted
 
2006-02-15 06:42:40 PM  
Kraft cuts the cheese.

/Love that school yard humor
 
2006-02-15 06:43:31 PM  
Kraft "parmesean" in the can is just assflakes.
Buy some real cheese.
 
2006-02-15 06:46:23 PM  
I lubs dat gubment cheese
 
2006-02-15 06:48:17 PM  
Punned to death, hysterically funny thread. Wait, do you really pronounce Gouda Howda? Aargh.

Runs to corner. Only buys really aged parmesan. That Kraft stuff is like spinkling salted cardboard on top of your meal.
 
2006-02-15 06:50:16 PM  
Bohemian

Kraft "parmesean" in the can is just assflakes.
Buy some real cheese.


What an unoriginal statement... try saying something neufchatel!

AWWWWWWWW YEAH!
 
2006-02-15 06:52:00 PM  
I think we should leave cheese to the French. It's all they have.

/love threads about cheese
 
2006-02-15 06:52:17 PM  
 
2006-02-15 06:53:49 PM  
Suburban Cowboy

I'm still arguing with them over whether it is Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, or Kraft Cheese and Macaroni.

It's neither. It's..

[image from i25.photobucket.com too old to be available]
 
2006-02-15 06:54:38 PM  
You'dnotcare

I think we should leave cheese to the French. It's all they have.

/love threads about cheese


So, you're saying that the French should stand provolone?

You don't know Jack!

*cartwheels*
 
2006-02-15 06:57:10 PM  
Farked!: Wait, do you really pronounce Gouda Howda? Aargh.

The Dutch do, but us English speakers don't. I have heard cheese snobs pronounce it the Dutch manner, but they're also likely to give a full on Italian sounding "marrrr-ska-pony" (for marscapone) or similar for other foreign words.

I speak other languages fluently, and have no problems pronouncing all English words as... English words.
 
2006-02-15 06:58:06 PM  
I'll have whatever Toshiro is drinking/smoking/ingesting...
 
2006-02-15 06:58:37 PM  
That's it. I'm off this thread before I break a lung laughing. You guys are good.
 
2006-02-15 07:00:43 PM  
[image from images.google.com too old to be available]
Say Cheese!
 
Ant
2006-02-15 07:02:16 PM  
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: More bashing of Kraft?!

I camembert this abuse much longer!


Don't brie such a wuss about it
 
2006-02-15 07:03:03 PM  
lothar97

I'll have whatever Toshiro is drinking/smoking/ingesting...

It doesn't mato what I do, as long as the puns keep rolling along.

Otherwise, I'm going to Humboldt for the door.
 
2006-02-15 07:05:37 PM  
Ant

Don't brie such a wuss about it

I'm not brie-ing a wuss.

It's just that it takes time for people to appreciate Kraft cheese. It's an acquired taste, you have to let it gruyere on you.

BA-BING!!!
 
2006-02-15 07:10:30 PM  
This thread certainly is a saga*; however I'm certain that butterkase* we xandu* better.

Can anyone use Dessertnyj Belyj in a pun?

Oddles of cheese names

/* all claim to be cheese names
 
2006-02-15 07:13:44 PM  
lothar97

Can anyone use Dessertnyj Belyj in a pun?

I may take a lot of abuse for my puns, but I'm getting my just dessertnjy belyj.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
 
2006-02-15 07:16:26 PM  
Autun you brie going out soon? An aragon by already.
Asiago away so you can get ready. Stilton give me a call if you are going to be late, and I'll leave the key under the brick on the front step.

/Frankly my dear, I don't give edam!
//Can I string your pecarino over to my vulscombe?
///Come hither, babybel...
////oh the shame...
 
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