hard cheddar

hard cheddar

A phrase used when one is unsympathetic to someone who has suffered a hardship. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. If you slept through your alarm because you stayed up half the night, hard cheddar!
See also: Cheddar, hard
References in periodicals archive ?
Try soft, mild cheeses with light lowland or Perthshire malts and hard cheddar with smoky Islay whiskies.
IT was anything but hard Cheddar for the Hales' as the Cowbridge skiing dynasty had a stunning family day out at the Welsh National Championships, at Pontypool.
Roquefort, tongue-stinging hard cheddar and gooey, runny brie.
It's just your hard cheddar that you had to do it so publicly as well as comprehensively and no doubt you're feeling desperately sorry, not only for yourself but for causing your parents grief as well as all this publicity.
Very savoury with some herbal, flowery flavours on the finish, it would be lovely with hard cheddar.
Spreads such as Marmite, Bovril and peanut butter are also good, as are salads and hard Cheddar cheeses which are too dry to carry harmful bacteria.