Life is full of little pleasures and small victories. I was very excited recently when I found a vey special product. I hadn’t been able to find this since the last time I was in the states (which was far too long ago) so when I found it in a local supermarket, I took full advantage.

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16 responses to “Cheeeeez!

  1. That is so wrong on so many levels:

    Cheese in a can – wrong

    Eating two different cheeses at the same time – wrong

    Eating cheese in a can – wrong (it should be used to fill small holes in your walls)

    The horror is only really just setting in for me as well.

  2. Yes, I know, but all that fat… I hope you hadn’t taken your daily dose of alli before shooting the video…

  3. Dear god man, what were you thinking?! Cheese in a can – you found this in Australia? As a fellow Australian I’m highly disturbed by this, quite frankly. Still, at least you went about ingesting it in true Aussie style!
    Great blog btw. I made my initiation through the diet pill post – intrigued as I’m a health consultant and thought it might be something I should know – and had to get up and ablute myself after snorting hot coffee up my nose during several raucous laughing fits – so yeah – thanks for that!!

  4. Dude! If you love cheese in a can so much, why didn’t you just tell me? I can have it shipped right to your doorstep, no problem. Here in the good ol’ USofA, we have cheese in a can O’ Plenty! ๐Ÿ™‚

    On another note – I have a recipe for you, that you might love. You take Vienna sausages and core them using a plain straw. Then you insert above mentioned cheese in a can applicator tip and fill the now hollowed out vienna sausage with CHEESE! Stick a toothpick in that bad boy and you have go one hell of a hors d’oeuvres.

  5. Ohh, Cinnkitty has the best ideas!!! What about the ol’ pipe it into a celery stalk trick? You know, since we’re trying to be all healthy and everything these days. I mean, think about it: eating celery burns more calories than is contained in the celery itself. THEREFORE, if you put Sleasy Cheese on celery, then technically, wouldn’t you wind up at zero calories? ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Massif: It’s so wrong, it has to be right!

    admin: a truly horrible thought

    Simonne: writing the diet pill post had a similar effect on me, mainly because I could believe the drug company would put that stuff on their website.

    CinnKitty: Absolutely WICKED! I reckon I’ll make a video of me doing that!

    Fossie: the zero calorie theory works for me!

  7. I’m glad you like it and I look forward to the video, Mr. Angry.

    After all — it takes A LOT of talent to get the right amount of cheese into the Vienna Sausage without having a blowout on the side. Think Mount Saint Helens “bulge” eruption and you’ll get the picture.

    Do YOU have the talent? We shall see…..

  8. Mitchell

    It’s kind of depressing to think that there are people out there without immediate access to cheese in a can. I now know how well I have it here in the U.S.A.

    I, personally, like cheese in a can mostly because of how easily it converts from edible to intravenous. Sometimes you just can’t wait for your stomach to attempt to digest that stuff before you feel the bliss.

  9. Dragon76

    Mr. Angry, you should check out the New York drag queen Varla Jean Merman. She does a bit where she sings and puts a whole can of EZ Cheez into her mouth. If you can’t find a You Tube clip she does part of her act in the movie “Girls Will Be Girls”

  10. I never would have thought someone could derive such pleasure from canned cheese.

  11. Martin

    Talking of recipies – how about the whole turkey deep fried in a trash can for Thanksgiving ๐Ÿ™‚ Apparently quite a number of our US chums end up burning their houses down with that one….

    Basically half fill a trash can with cooking oil stick it on a bonfire, drink plenty of beer while waiting ofr it to boil, and lower in a whole turkey… recipe for disaster or what!

  12. Cinnkitty: we shall see indeed

    Mitchell: sounds like you know your subject well

    Dragon: sounds awesome, Iโ€™m on a quest to find it

    Lynda: I havenโ€™t even started with the pleasure-seeking ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Martin: Iโ€™ve heard of similar things, drunk people are endlessly inventive

  13. Martin – Those of us “sophisticated” rednecks in the US actually purchase “Turkey Fryers” made specifically for the sole pupose of deep fried turkey. HEY, don’t knock it till you’ve tried it, it’s DELISH!

    The problem comes from the consumption of beer and the subsequent forgetting to fill the fryer with water, dip the turkey in to see exactly how high the water goes and then empty it and add the appropriate amount of oil instead. Physics 101, ya know?

    But nooo….upon consuming massive quantities of Milwaukee’s Best (aka The Beast) that step gets forgotten and when they drop the turkey into too much boiling oil, spillage onto the open flame ring-burner causes nuclear holocast proportion fireballs!

    And of course, they were doing all of this either within the confines of their garage or just under the eaves – resulting in house burning down and little Billy Joe Jr. eating Red Cross jello for Thanksgiving instead of yummy, tender, juicy deep fried Turkey.

    Now..want me to explain to you about the Turducken? heh..heh..!

  14. Mr A – please DO NOT DO IT…


    Move away from the Turducken link –

    they look like they’ll steal your soul down the interweb thingy and then sit and eat Turducken in front of you.

  15. cinkitty: how often it is that alcohol increases the confidence yet decreases the competence.

    admin: I don’t like duck so I wouldn’t try a turducken.

  16. E0157H7

    You, sir, are a sick, sick man. For this, I congratulate you.

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