Comments for en-gb 30 Mon 28 Jul 2014 14:33:49 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at idjit909090 My second favorite cheese is "American", which is not really cheese. The packaging ("Cheese-food") gives it away.My favorite cheese is "real". Just any real cheese, even cheddar, I will gladly eat after having been raised on "cheese-food". Oh the damage parents wreak on their children! Fri 20 Aug 2010 06:02:33 GMT+1 Clangerfan1 Oh heavens! @its-a-sin has got me rethinking all my cheese rankings now...I may have to make some switches.Mr. Edwards - (or may I call you Gareth?) - could you please come up with an easier question next week? I have been having nightmares about this! (Perhaps all the cheese I was eating before bedtime in an effort to confirm my order of favourocity didn't help the situation though.) Wed 11 Aug 2010 19:30:16 GMT+1 its-a-sin Mr Edwards has posed an exceptionally difficult question, as ranking depends upon context. Indeed, tonight's tea involved three different types of cheese, varying in flavour, texture and the point during the cooking process at which they were involvedI am impressed with Clangerfan1's claim regarding cheese ranking - what is your secret, Clangerfan1?! (PS - agree with your further post earlier today) Wed 11 Aug 2010 19:04:37 GMT+1 Clangerfan1 @Christopher This is a phenomenon of the online world that I fail to understand - why, if a performer (be it comedian, actor, singer or trapeze artist) does not appeal to you, do you deem it necessary to seek out blogs/articles written about that/those person(s)? If you don't like David and Robert - or, I should say, their TV personas(since neither of us know these gentlemen in "real" life)then why do you feel the need to find articles about them and then inform us of your dislike? Just seems odd to me - there's plenty of people who don't "entertain" me, but I don't feel the need to be publicly insulting, I simply choose not to go to their websites, or follow them on Twitter, or watch them on TV, or pay to go to a performance or read articles about them. Far better to spend time on things one DOES enjoy in life, surely? Wed 11 Aug 2010 15:41:36 GMT+1 kinaesthete Red Leicester.Although, since my favourite, the Catalan variety 'Mato Anarchist Special' was inexplicably discontinued in 1939, RL may technically now be my favourite. So I guess it doesn't count. Wed 11 Aug 2010 14:48:34 GMT+1 Mark Shadbolt @Christopher, you've chosen a very irrational and convoluted means of criticising the program, write to Points of View.My second favourite type of cheese is Bree, after Dairy Lea Triangles. Tue 10 Aug 2010 21:13:49 GMT+1 Christopher Are Mitchell and Webb the least funny 'comedians' on television (apart from Lenny Henry)? Tue 10 Aug 2010 20:47:10 GMT+1 JosephineKatz Petrol... Tue 10 Aug 2010 18:40:49 GMT+1 Clangerfan1 Incidentally, I have the same difficulty when arranging my Netflix queue. Tue 10 Aug 2010 17:14:29 GMT+1 Clangerfan1 I cannot decide on my second-favourite cheese. I made a list of all my favourite cheeses, sat here pondering for twenty minutes, started rearranging them in order of favouriteness but ended up frustrated and incapable of putting any of them in the #2 spot. If you are ever interested in learning what my 5th, 14th or 72nd favourite cheese is, let me know. Tue 10 Aug 2010 16:44:53 GMT+1 Zebu Cleanlinol = amazing Tue 10 Aug 2010 16:24:21 GMT+1 Jenn Mr. Edwards you are very funny indeed!My second favorite cheese is Blue Cheese... it tastes very good, but is not top because it does smell like vomit... Tue 10 Aug 2010 16:03:45 GMT+1