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cheesehead

1. n. a stupid-acting person. Is this cheesehead bothering you?
2. n. someone from the state of Wisconsin. (Much cheese is made is Wisconsin. Not usually derogatory.) I moved to Wisconsin and became a cheesehead.
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and he beat out some big breweries for the right to make "Championship Cheesehead Beer.
If your closet contains more than six hats, and any one of those hats is a sombrero, a jaunty golf cap, a Derby, a foam cheesehead, a Brimwood Topper or a Pirate hat, you might be in Denial.
He is proud of his small-town roots in Green Bay, WI, and considers himself a true Cheesehead and avid Packer Fan.
March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lambeau Field may be home to the reigning NFL champion Green Bay Packers and their Cheesehead fans, but for three days last week it was home to the champions of cheese.
When Green Bay, desperately seeking defensive backs, traded up 10 spots, UCLA safety Shaun Williams thought he'd be a Cheesehead.
Some people think your hair is a dyed, trimmed cheesehead anyhow.
Cheesehead Gift Basket- The cheesehead gift basket makes a memorable birthday, thank you or Valentine's Day gift for any Packer fan.
Associated Press - The Milwaukee company that sells Cheesehead Beer has filed lawsuits against six Wisconsin wholesalers, saying they refused to accept their orders of the beer.
You don't have to be a Cheesehead to realize that, thanks to its longstanding reputation as America's Dairyland, Wisconsin enjoys great demand for its agricultural commodities worldwide.
He served a two-year term on the board, was chair of the Broadcast Committee, and was a member of a team that hosted NCEW'S Cheesehead Convention in Madison in 1997.
The official birthday party, dubbed 'The Ultimate Cheesehead Challenge,' was conducted in mid-May as part of the community's annual Norwegian Syttende Mai celebration.
The area cheesemakers (hold your cheesehead jokes, please) were in need of labels for their product, and Sohn started printing labels as well.
And if you're serious about your collecting, you'll duplicate the screws you have in the most common form - featuring inverted conical heads that sink flush into wood - with cheesehead screws.