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'Cheese in the wind' was first uttered by Ed Rooney from Ferris Bueller's day off. (See example B.)

Someone is 'leaving your cheese in the wind' when they do any of the following:

A. Ruin your fun; be a wet blanket/buzz-kill
B. Flout your dignity/authority
C. Dismiss you/hang you out to dry
D. Deny you sexual satisfaction (whether intentional or not)
A. Why don't you want to go out tonight?? You're leavin' my cheese in the wind here!

B. I did not achieve this position in life by having some snot-nosed punk leave my cheese out in the wind!

C. You stood me up! You totally left my cheese in the wind!

D. I'm so freakin' horny... don't leave my cheese in the wind!!!
by Sub30 Mainstream June 05, 2007

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