Magic Cheese

Submitted by: Tyrizzle 10 years ago
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/5227730.stm

If you recently bought some magic cheese, I"ve got some bad news for you.
There are 60 comments:
Male 602
IT WORKS! if you put some on a new born baby, would it look like a fetus or even before fetus....?
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Female 961
Im sorry someone should not get arrested for someones elses stupidity. If she was smart enough to make money off those aholes, she should be able to keep it.
seriously, 500 dollars... magic cheese?
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Male 82
What`s magic cheese?
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Female 873
Lol MaGiC cHeEsE!!! what idiot would buy tht..
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Female 79
magic cheese??? that woman must have reaaallly run out of ideas..
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Male 472
What happen if the cheese is really an antiaging cream but it was just very cheap to make.
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Female 54
Ha. Stupid people. With a name like "Magic Cheese" you know it`s gotta be dumb.
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Male 1,725
haha she got busted
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Male 1,496
If you`re that stupid please go give your money to the first homless person you find. Go kill you`re self and rid your self from the gene pool.
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Male 131
That took place in rural areas where no one knows nothing about how evil people can be
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Male 81
by crazyguy24
Tuesday, August 01, 2006 2:24:22 AM
Wow, people who believe that deserve to lose their money.

No kidding...how stupid are these people?

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Male 12
If they were stupid enough to believe it then they deserve to lose their money
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Female 2,074
Some people have magic cheese growing under their testicles of even between the folds of their labias!

Cool!

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Male 334
and the latinos continue do dig themselves into a hole of stereotypes
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Female 205
What type of anti-aging cream is called Magic Cheese? How silly. Maybe something is lost in translation?

For some reason, I don`t think they`re going to catch her.

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Female 18
Dreddloxx: ‘contains active Japseye Lippisomes...very rare’, Japseye eh? =)

Pandasims: ‘yeh people are fooled every day by pyramid schemes like this
tut tut tut’. Nice joke you got in there, not sure anyone else got the joke =)

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Male 908
Woot first link I ever suggested got posted :P
yay for me
magic cheese ...some french people will do anything for pretty skin
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Male 292
funny stuff, next their gonna say mud baths don`t actually improve your skin.
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Male 199
normally i would say people that stupid deserve to lose money, but you kinda have to see it this way- its a newproduct that claims to help aging and stuff,people are bound to buy it- but i do have to say if your stupid enough to spend your life savings on it then u deserve it- especially the ppl that payed 500$ for it
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Female 285
wow, that really sucks. $500 for cheese????
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Male 188
Why arrest the woman?
She deserves to keep that money. More than the people she conned do, anyway.

Magic cheese, indeed.

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Female 504
yeh people are fooled every day by pyramid schemes like this
tut tut tut
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Male 1,115
The "magic cheese" aspect wasnt the selling point, it was the easy money people thought they could make if they did this. Funny how many poeple were fooled eh?
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Male 287
by the way,Lupine...I got some `Magic Cheese` as I stated earlier. It will rejuvenate your skin and take 25 years off your life...it`s yours for a nominal fee of £50(unless you are French of course,then it`s double). It contains active Japseye Lippisomes...very rare.
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Male 287
Lupine,there is no such thing as anti-aging,unless you include DEATH,which is the ultimate in `keeping that youthful glow`. The point we are making here is that there is always someone so desperate and sad that they will go to any lengths,buy any product that will make them in some way `above` their fellow humans...
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Female 455
ber which sounds laughable yet people buy it. Don`t be so quick to judge.
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Female 455
I don`t think some people are actually reading the article- they were just sold the raw ingredient- `The fraud consisted of selling people packs of Yo Flex powder that was said to be the raw ingredient of the magic cream.

According to reports, victims of the scam believed they only had to mix the powder with milk, to ferment the "Magic Cheese".

They were told they could then sell the cheese to a company, which would export it to France, where it would be sold on to French women at a premium.

The victims were told that they could triple their money in three months. `

I mean people would fall for that- how many people pay hundreds of pounds for anti-aging creams? Thousands if not millions. If someone had actually gone to France and sold the `magic cheese` in it`s fermented form i bet people would actually buy it. If it was called some fancy name you wouldn`t be laughing. Like for example there are adverts for micro-dermabrasion (sp?) on TV which means small face rub

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Female 411
haha magic cheese. they don`t deserve to be ripped. they believe in that type of stuff. :P
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Male 181
OooooOoo where can i get myself some magic cheese!!!1!!!!1
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Female 811
Love the way this made the BBC website.
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Female 207
Magic... Wha....
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Female 799
HAHA who would pay that much for cheese? They deserved to be ripped
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Male 287
Would anyone like to buy my particular brand of `Magic Cheese`? It`s going for only £50 a block and has a very interesting aroma...
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Male 287
...anyway,if any guy wants to formulate his own `Magic Cheese`,all he has to do is not wash for a week and `HEY PRESTO!` flip back the old foreskin and `VOILA!`
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Male 287
This kind of reminds me of the eBay item that was advertised as:`a strange and magical liquid with the ability to solidify if put in the freezer,yet when it is taken out,it miraculously returns to liquid form...` It was a glass of water.He managed to get over 30 bids and eventually sold it for almost $1000...there`s one born every minute...
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Female 206
NOOOOOOOOOOOO. I thought I found the miracle cheese for sure this time. Damn those hippies that mass produced the miracle cheese.
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Male 731
that gil is a bitch :P
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Male 1,383
those ppl must be screwed.
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Female 449
lol magic cheese
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Male 135
spend the money on some real magic, like shrooms
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Male 135
damnit, and i thought that stuff was really starting to work
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Male 2,057
i cant believe thousands of people fell for it
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Male 1,016
jnmhdngh
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Male 246
@I`d of just ate the magic cheese, not rub it all over my body!
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Male 664
Anyone who falls for it deserves to lose $500.
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Male 1,016
AHAHAH

i was like this willl be stupid

ut its not!


www.magicheese.com

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Male 2,586
Yeah, these people must have been on magic e`s to believe this...

Congrats to the woman though... very clever business idea :-D

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Female 2,144
Um...Okay.
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Female 1,172
They deserved it for being stupid enoguh to buy "magic cheese".
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Female 162
Magic cheese?
Sounds like a hallucinogen 8D
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Female 326
maybe they were driven because of it`s easy money. you know how hard it is nowadays. they shoulda thought about it before investing.
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Male 651
And people call Americans stupid...
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Male 236
wow.
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Male 125
^^ agreed. Dammit people cant be that stupid. It makes you think twice about feeling sorry for those people.
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Male 552
Wow, people who believe that deserve to lose their money.
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Female 338
weird.
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Male 356
If it has the word "yo" in it without it being a yo-yo, you know it`s a scam.
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Female 1,033
like jack`s magical beans?
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Female 50
omg who would spend that much for chesse lol... i would think it was a lie... lol crazy
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Male 908
Link: Magic Cheese [Rate Link] - If you recently bought some magic cheese, I`ve got some bad news for you.
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