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    cheese/cheesy & limp on water

    Hi,

    1. Does "cheese" in the following context mean a cheesy joke?

    -This coffee’s either three days
    old, or you just made it out of
    camel sweat.

    -I can’t believe you are still
    leading with that cheese.

    2. Is there an expression "to limp on water"?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: cheese/cheesy & limp on water

    1 Yes
    2 Not an expression- it's an adaptation of walk on water.

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