Are you ready? Thursday is Cheese Weasel Day

I haven’t been this pleased to discover a new holiday since I stumbled on National Gorilla Suit Day (which, sadly, this year I failed to observe).

cheeseDeep in the dark, deep, dank mists of time, the Cheese Weasel emerged, but he didn’t really do much until the early 90s, since the other celebratory animals called dibs on the the splashier holidays. Eventually, the Weasel realized that this was all to the good, as he felt his calling. Now, he travels the world, leaving a bit of cheese under keyboards on the 3rd day of the 4th month. Kraft Singles are the Cheese Weasel’s cheese of choice, but he has been known to branch out into cheddar, and sometimes a nice Gruyere.

What about Wensleydale, chuck? BTW, check out the site for the theme song as well. It’s full of weaselly cheesy goodness.

6 thoughts on “Are you ready? Thursday is Cheese Weasel Day

  1. I love Wensleydale: the cheese, the way Wallace says it, the word itself. I tried to persuade my wife that it was a good name for the kid, but in vain. What’s wrong with Wensleydale Watson, I ask you?

  2. I just recently found a great cheese shop in Wellesley (Wasik’s). I’ll be stuffing keyboards with their delicious double gloucester and a Dorset cheddar that’ll knock your dick in the dirt.

  3. I think you would find out very quickly what was wrong with Wensleydale Watson. Remember, young Wensley is eventually going to have control over the plug on that life-support machine. It’s always people with names like Andrew who think the boy named Sue is a good idea. Or a certain blogger’s father who wanted to name a certain blogger Odo. Not kidding. Constantine was the compromise name.

  4. “I’ll be stuffing keyboards with their delicious double gloucester and a Dorset cheddar that’ll knock your dick in the dirt.” For those of you who don’t already have serious doubts about my mental health let me point out that I have spent 12 (18?) hours in a car with Nick Danger several times AND voluntarily.

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