Louie: (farts noisily) Ahhh!
Bernie: Geez Louie, did you just cut cheese?
by Professor Malcolm Windrush August 29, 2008
1. (Literally) to cut cheese up into smaller pieces, like slices.
2. American and Canadian term, meaning to fart.
'Who cut the cheese? Who cut the cheese? I ask you please, did you cut the cheese? I'm not adverse to learning, tell me why my eyes are burning? Who cut the cheese?' - Two and a Half Men.
by Online Fan November 19, 2016
To fart. Have you ever noticed a smell at the dinner table, thought someone had farted, and then saw someone cutting a new cheese?
Pooo! Someone's cut the cheese!
by David from Kingsbury November 8, 2003
"Cutting the cheese" is simply the act of slicing various types of cheese, putting them beautifully displayed on a silver tray, adding condiments around the various cheese (the more expensive, the better), then when no one is looking, putting the cheese up to your anal canal and farting on as much as possible.
"The cheese has an exceptional flavor. Our hostess is a specialist at cutting the cheese, and knows how to flavor the white wine too... so it turns yellow and goes with the slices of weird smelling cheese.
by Barbara Blee-Johnny December 15, 2010
To pass gas, or to fart.

The term was originated when someone sliced
into a new wheel of cheese, but most likely
a brick of Limburger cheese... which stinks
terribly despite it being fresh cheese.

(If you HAD smelled Limburger cheese before,
you know what I'm talking about!)
Daryl: Aww man! WHOOO!!! Who cut the cheese?!

Michelle: Owen, man, get outta here, you funky bastard!

Owen: Hey, I didn't fart! Damn it, I didn't!!


Daryl: What's that smell...?

Michelle: (looking innocent) I don't know.

Daryl: Oh! Oooo!! Girl, you got the car all
stanky! Roll down those windows, you lyin' ho!
by CDSmith1967 January 18, 2006
This is a phrase that was first used in the '80s to refer to someone who farts.
From 'Fresh Prince of Bel-air'
Carlton: The next thing you know, we're all working at Domino's.
Will: You'll fit right in......You're used to cutting the cheese.
by Titiana_ July 12, 2019