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We've all heard our share of cheesy songs, but this is on an entirely different level. Beginning tomorrow, the discount supermarket chain Aldi will sell a new line of limited-edition cheeses named after songs from the '80s, including hits by Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses.

According to Delish, Aldi's Happy Farms will be taking on some new nostalgia-themed packaging with "Sweet Cheddar of Mine" and "Pour Some Gouda on Me" cheese. They also have others named after classic hits by Cyndi Lauper ("Girls Just Wanna Have Fontina"), Michael Jackson ("Billie Goat Is My Lover"), Bonnie Tyler ("Total Eclipse of the Havarti") and Wham! ("Wake Me Up Before You Goat-Goat"). The labels borrow images of the artists too, with cows and goats representing the artists.

The cheeses come in either 5 oz. (Lauper and Wham!) or 7 oz. (all others) packages and sell for $3.49 each. Aldi's promotion comes on the heels of November's advent calendar of cheese leading up to Christmas and last month's heart-shaped mature cheddar wheels for Valentine's Day, which, by the way, would have made a perfect tie-in with Linda Ronstadt's classic Heart Like a Wheel album.

If you're able to get to an Aldi near you and locate any of these products during the time of this promotion, may we suggest pairing them with wines officially licensed by Kiss, the Grateful Dead or AC/DC? Or possibly a bottle of Diving Into Hampton Water, a rose that Jon Bon Jovi and his son Jesse launched in 2018 in collaboration with French winemaker Gerard Bertrand.

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Really seems like it should have been "Sweet Child O' Rind"

But the MJ themed cheese "Billy Goat Is My Lover" takes the win :lol:

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I'm no expert on licensing but is this something GNR management would have to approve especially in a major chain like Aldi?

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1 minute ago, El Guapo said:

You know what goes great with cheese?

Eggs.



Just sayin.

Cheese omelettes are an eggcelent way to start your day 

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How weird.  I'm still trying to process this. :lol:  We get a Ben & Jerry's flavor, it's a party.

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1 hour ago, Oldest Goat said:

Shotgun Blue-cheese?
It's So Cheesy?
Feta?
Out Ta Get Brie?
Roquefort Queen?
Sweet Babybel'O Mine?
Street of Cream?
Jumpin' Pepper Jack Flash?

Cracker's Revenge
Cheddar in the Rye
You're Cheesy
Riad N' The Chedouins

 

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15 minutes ago, Gibson_Guy87 said:

Cracker's Revenge
Cheddar in the Rye
You're Cheesy


 

Double Talkin' Jack
You Ain't the Forme
Bad Abertam
Dead Herve

 

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Chevre War

Pepper Jack City  - Or - Paradise Chimy

Muenster Brownstone

Silkcurds

Asiagoes (My Whey, Your Whey)

Down At The Farmers Cheese

Riad and the Boursin

Stilton For The Devil

I Dont Gruyere About You

You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Mammary (Raw Cheese)

You Could Be Brined

Since I Dont Have Blue

Its So Enzyme 

Renet Queen

Grate In The Ring (pre shredded cheese)

Pretty Tied Up (Cheese clothe and cheese strainer bags)

 

 

 

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Feta About You sounds legit. Or, since it's Duff's birthday: So Feta :facepalm:

:P 

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