I was instructed to go and buy some cheese today by coincidence & the other soft cheeses they had other than Brie were good ol' Camembert and another one called Port Salut.
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HappyCamper wrote:Badsnookerplayer wrote:gruyere
A fantastic Swiss hard cheese. But not correct.
LDS wrote:chengdufan wrote:Using the plural 'yous' is a peculiarity of Cumbrian English I believe.
chengdufan wrote:LDS wrote:chengdufan wrote:Using the plural 'yous' is a peculiarity of Cumbrian English I believe.
Happy Camper mentioned ewe's milk. Reminded me of the Cumbrians I know who oddly say things like 'are yous going to watch the snooker?' when addressing more than one person.
SnookerEd25 wrote:As Delboy once said, “Bonjour Trieste”
I’ll go Trieste, that’s Northern right?
chengdufan wrote:I'll guess Turin. Biggest Italian city near France I can think of...
Did Sampdoria have David Platt in there team in the early 90s? Maybe I'm thinking of another Italian team lol
HappyCamper wrote:The Superga air disaster was 1949. Most of their greatest team died in that. I think they has secured the title, so 1949.