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7:45 AM
hi
I'm back
 
sorry for the sudden disapparence
let's just see that a bad case of throat ache had me.
 
7:58 AM
> Chinese (language)
Explanation: nope, it is not beer. It is not a joke either. It is just a funny little trivia. Lately, a trend started in China and then spread to USA and the rest of the world. Cheese tea. Ok, it is not actually "cheese", more like mascarpone cream, but the idea is still the same: a glass of green tea served with a topping of whisked cheese cream
> Mathematics
 
8:20 AM
Explanation: Seems that in some countries back in the 80' they used to sell some wooden/plastic bars that were used to teach children how to count. Each bar had a different length and color, so basic operations like additions and subtraction could be done by comparing the bars length. This is the Cheese edition. Learn angles with cheese slices!
> Coffee
Explanation: Yep, I know, I kinda cheated here. But since I mentioned Cheese Tea, I think it was due to show that Cheese Coffee exist to. Here is just one sample of this weird trend that has started lately
 
8:39 AM
> Beer, Wine & Spirits
Explanation: "Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese". This is the actual name of a pub in the city of London. More informations can be found on Wikipedia
> Personal Finance & Money
Explanation: A Swiss piggy cheesy bank. Need to say more?
 
 
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1:25 PM
> Martial arts
Explanation: When learning martial arts (and to be more precise - when learning how to fall) it is sometime useful to use special crafted mats. As one can see in the picture the mat is inclined and that helps the student while learning some of the movement involved in the exercise. Because of the shape, those kinds of mats are often called "Cheese" mats or "Wedge" mats. Hence, we have cheese once again
 

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