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Image caption The person who found the dairy bookmark was both amused and disgusted. A cheese slice bookmark has given librarians and thousands of social media users a Gouda laugh. A tweet about the slice, found at University of Liverpool Library, has been shared more than 20,000 times. Associate director Alex Widdeson said the "disconcertingly warm and liquid" slice was discovered "somewhere between American history and geography". She said while library users were Brie to eat cold food, "we prefer them not use snacks as bookmarks". She said the person who found the cheese on Wednesday night was "so stunned" that she "forgot to note" the book it was inside. "It's fair to say they were a mix of amused and disgusted," she said. Full story

22 January

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