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Shopper finds tooth in a piece of cheese

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A shopper looking forward to a nice slice of blue Wensleydale she had bought from Sainsbury's was left horrified after she bit into a tooth.

Jane Betts, who had bought the Wensleydale Jervaulx Blueat from a Cambridge branch of the store, was chewing a piece of the cheese when she felt the tooth in her mouth.

http://metro.co.uk/2...cheese-4777537/

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Eldorado

Wow! The mice must be helluva big in Cambridge.

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CrimsonKing

Must have been added for extra calcium.... :whistle:

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JGirl

from the article -

"She since had the tooth checked by a dentist, who confirmed it belonged to A.N.Other."

:huh: the tooth belonged A.N. Other?? oh really?

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Didya See That

EWWWWW.... Now we have another reason to fear "Cutting the cheese".

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OverSword

When buying English cheese it's bound to happen every once in a while.

madonna_now_has_english_teeth_to_go_with_the_accent-6da.jpg

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Orcseeker

It's part of the Wensleydale cheese cash back promotion. Just needs to leave it under her pillow now.

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JVG

The tooth fairy really screwed up this time....

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:PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR:

from the article -

"She since had the tooth checked by a dentist, who confirmed it belonged to A.N.Other."

:huh: the tooth belonged A.N. Other?? oh really?

Wouldn't it be funny that it's a mispelling and the dentist really meant "an otter"?

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