Loving and fawning over a milk product. Fromage

Is there anything in this world as good as cheese?

You can literally just eat it as it is and it’s still amazing.

And you can also put it in stuff to make said ‘stuff’ more tasty.

For example: Add the extra, fattening yet delumptious cheese to your pasta and melt in pure bliss (as I did today)


Or for a little snack, slice it up and eat in crackers. With maybe a slice of cold, iced tomato.


Hey, drinking a hot cuppa soup? Just add some cheese and watch it melt slowly into the heartwarming broth. And, the melting gives you some time to ponder the deep metaphorical resonance of that melting. Like the way it blends into the surrounding soup to disappear yet still have a rich, creamy aftertaste.

Or just eat that big bloc of cheese.

I repeat, you can never go wrong with cheese.

Have some cheesecake 🙂


1. Really? Isn’t it clear enough? Cheese is good. Cheese is….gouda. Get it? No? Ok. Well anyway, it’s good and sublime and amazing and unhealthy in extreme in quantities but still it’s so good. Also, when I’m obsessing over something like this, I can get a teensy bit weird.

2. Maybe I’m kinda of too into eating cheese. But I must say, it in no way fattens me up. I have one of those constitutions where I’m always of average body weight. Neither too thin nor too fat. If you’ll pardon the expression.



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