Searching for sunken cheddar

Who moved their cheese?

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  1. Not sure if this is relevent but you never can tell.

    And “Saguenay” looks like it means Salmon. There is a Petit Saguenay River in Quebec so that doesn’t, you should pardon the expression, look fishy.

  2. Maybe they’ll find some fish they can throw at people.

  3. Ross the Heartless Conservative says:

    Let’s see, the authorities are waiting on the bank to confiscate any cheese that is found but the divers hired by the dairy can’t find the cheese. Gosh, since the cheese can’t be found I guess the authorities are wasting their time and should just go on home.

  4. mmmmmm…..anaerobic bacteria.

    I guess I’m kind of a Philistine here, but I’d be afraid of eating cheese that had sat on the bottom of a lake for months. (for that matter, I’m afraid of eating cheese that’s intentionally inoculated with mold, but then that’s because of my allergies).

  5. Half Canadian says:


    The cheeses were most likely sealed in something like wax (in addition to being inside the barrel), so it’s unlikely that any water touched the cheese.