I just typed "pypi" into Google, in search of the Python package manager. The Wikipedia answer card starts with an interesting sentence:
The Python Package Index, abbreviated as PyPI and also known as the Cheese Shop, is the official third-party software repository for Python.
Python Package Index, interesting. PyPI (oh, it has a capital I!). Cheese Shop. Wait... Cheese Shop?
I wondered what the Cheese Shop name meant. A search returned a result from Stack Overflow from 2011, describing how the name references the Monty Python "Cheese Shop" sketch. In the sketch, a customer names cheese after cheese, only to be told the store doesn't stock the cheese. The Stack Overflow answer notes:
Following the fact that the name of the Python language is taken from the Monty Python comedy group, it's a reference to the "Cheese Shop" sketch they did.
In the sketch, a customer becomes frustrated because the cheese shop apparently does not have very many kinds of cheese available. Similarly, the package index PyPI did not have many packages available originally.
I wonder what would happen if I used the name "Cheese Shop" in a Python discussion without warning.
"I am just going to publish my code to the Cheese Shop."
"Let me check the Cheese Shop for packages."
"Where do I find a link to my Cheese Shop profile?"