If They`re Going To Give You This Choice... [Pic]

Submitted by: hovalady411 4 years ago Funny

Why would you ever pick the green one? You"d be f-ing retarded not to pick red.
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Female 277
I`m assuming it`s just another way of saying it`s mild cheese or old with a stronger taste.
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Female 90
"I would pick the green one purely because I object to the 70p (35 cents for you Americans) they stick onto the price for the "extra" bit. If they can make their cheese more tasty then why not just bloody do it for your customers!....Rant over go about your business now."

It costs more because is it matured and stored longer, and hence costs slightly more to make, you fool :P `Older` cheese is generally sharper.
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Female 90
I`m a fan of the non house brands to be honest.

If you`re going to give me homebrand or whatever your house brand is, in Woollies case one is Select, don`t wrap it up all pretty and charge me extra. Give me pooty black an white packaging and let me be el-cheapo.

(Jokes aside, I`m picky with what I buy/eat and I remember that their house brands of cheese are pretty pooty. Worth spending the extra buck and getting something actually edible. Only thing it has going for it is it is Aus made,)
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Female 105
I wouldn`t choose either, Woolworths is expensive.
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Male 527
I depends on what kind of meal you are preparing.
You wouldn`t want the cheese to overpower the rest of the ingredients.
And (and here`s where mcGovern will get a fit ;) ) if you want to drink a white wine that hasn`t ripened much you don`t want it to be overpowered by strong cheeses on the cheese-platter.
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Male 25,416
I see this all the time.. never thought twice about this until now, btw the extra tasty is more fattening
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Female 6,381
Actually, I`m fond of the blue "bland" version.
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Male 347
tasty=sharp
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Female 1,181
they`re a choice between smooth or crumbly. why is this "news"?
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Male 620
Crazy, youropeans list Kilojoule`s

hm

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Male 1,625
and by `old` cheddar, you of course mean `sharp`
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Male 914
Simple. When all the red ones have been purchased, there won`t be any reason not to purchase the green ones.
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Female 3,696
It looks like the difference between mild or old cheddar? My roommate HATES strong cheese, she only likes marble, mild or maaaybe meedium. Her boyfriend and I like old cheddar, or better yet EXTRA OLD. So what would that be?

Good- Tasty- Extra Tasty- Epically Tasty??
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Male 11,740
The Extra would be too intense for some people. The green one is for the pussies who can`t handle the red.
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Male 333
I would pick the green one purely because I object to the 70p (35 cents for you Americans) they stick onto the price for the "extra" bit. If they can make their cheese more tasty then why not just bloody do it for your customers!....Rant over go about your business now.
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Female 1,262
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