Qantas Jets Collide

Remember…”Qantas never crash…”

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  1. sherry says:

    what exactly does it mean to be “cheesed” ?

    how did this expression come about?

    I’m not sure I’d want to be “cheesed”, sounds like a nickelodeon event.

  2. Byron says:

    Well…not being a “wordologist” (I’m sure there’s a technical term for that, but I don’t know it), I’m not sure I know the derivation, but in the vernacular, to be “cheesed” would seem to indicate that one is ticked off, angered, chagrined, etc.

    I’m just wondering if anybody caught the Rain Man reference…

  3. sherry says:


    uh, yeah, I know what the connotation is, I’m just wondering the origins….

    I LOVED Rain Man…but I wouldn’t have remembered if you hadn’t said it :-)))

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