Let's Watch A Couple Minutes Of The 2018 Annual Cheese Rolling Contest At Cooper's Hill, UK

Submitted by: fancylad 7 months ago in Entertainment Funny


A post inspired by the fact that it's National Cheese Day. Happy National Cheese Day, IAB!
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Not nearly as exciting as the running of the bullsbulls
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Male 13,505
I thought today was national hug your cat day.
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Male 7,612
monkwarrior Hug??? I thought it said eat... My bad
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Male 2,345
thezigrat Don't feel bad about it. It's an easy mistake to make. I have eaten things I was supposed to do something else with, and vice versa. Just apologise to whatever's left and get on with your day.
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In Scotland we don't chase cheese down a hill, we chase Haggii around the hill. They are speedy little bastards but its good fun. Anyone visiting Scotland should definitely give it a try ;)
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Male 403
layla_wilson In my part of the world they had evolved different leg lengths on either side to be able to navigate the hill side.

The trick was to scare them into running the other way so they would fall over and roll down the hill.
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Male 7,612
mikesex the cheese?
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Male 403
thezigrat The haggis (haggii?)
it's a Scottish thing.

I love this option to continue a discussion without anyone else involved.
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Male 2,345
mikesex It looks like you scots are using a Latin plural ending. By the spelling, haggis would be a noun in the third declension, and the plural would be hagges.
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Male 2,345
mikesex Forget linguistics. Now I want to know more about drambuie sauce.
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Male 403
semichisam01 Oh dear God, no! Not Drambuie!!

For the whisky sauce
  • 500ml/17fl oz double cream.
  • 2 tsp wholegrain mustard.
  • 1 tbsp Dijon mustard.
  • 2 tsp whisky.
  • sea salt and freshly ground white pepper.
  • 1 tbsp chopped fresh chives.
  • ½ lemon, juice only.
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Male 2,345
mikesex Thank you.
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Male 7,612
mikesex Th ought you ment scaring the cheese to get it to run  the other way
Also most cheese do not have legs  
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Male 403
thezigrat Most? Colour me intrigued.
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Male 9,621
Never stop,  you wonderful fools, never stop.  
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Male 3,051
Dare to be stupid.
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Male 2,345
scheckydamon The claim is often made that the Haggis is a mythical creature, partly because tourists can seldom bring themselves to get out into the cold, wet Scottish countryside early enough in the morning to see them. Those few tourists who do get out early generally succumb to exposure. 
The haggis is closely related to the North American Jackalope, which has evolved to live in harsh deserts that are also seldom visited by tourists.
Below is a rare photo of a Haggis in the wild.
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Male 7,612
semichisam01 NA Tree Octopus
https://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
If humans let this  land dweller thrive and evolve there might be hope for this planet developing intelligent life after all
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Male 7,612
semichisam01 Like the North  American Tree Octopus
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Male 1,124
semichisam01 shit, it's only missing the blue head scarf thing...
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Male 7,612
bearbear01 I thought that was Stevie  Nicks 
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