Meet U.S. Olympian skier, Lindsey Vonn.
Vonn is a bright hopeful for the
You know how when you were a kid and you banged yourself up you rubbed dirt on your wound and carried on? That’s so old school.
Today, you apply cheese.
The attractive Vonn did just that. But she didn’t use cheddar or Colby or brick or Gruyere.
The lovely Vonn resorted to topfen for its therapeutical value.
U.S. Alpine Skier Lindsey Vonn shows an area where she suffered an injury at a press conference at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. (AP Photo/Marcio Sanchez) (AP)
What the hell is topfen?
I’ve never heard of topfen.
When I go to Meyer’s Restaurant and they offer me at least six choices of cheese on my omelette or my burger, depending on what time of day it is, topfen is not an option .
OK. So I don’t know from Adam what topfen is. I live in
The Journal Sentinel in one of its rare moments where the light bulb goes on declaring, “Gee, this could be a story!” went out and talked to supposed
What the MJS heard was candidly honest, but royally stupid reaction.
“Duhhhhhhh, golly. Uhhhhhhhhhh, we’ve never heard of topfen. But aina hey, if it works for that there ski lady, you bet your bottom dollar we’ll look into it, yes siree.”
The world leaders in cheese come off looking like the stereotypical image that the world has of country bumpkin boob hayseeds that call
No, I don’t think I’m over-reacting.
Would it have hurt one of our cheeseheads to say, “Oh, yes. The texture and richness of topfen lends itself magnificently to providing a quick remedy to the type of injury poor, sweet, Ms. Vonn suffered, much like a solid Wisconsin (FILL IN THE BLANK).
Instead, we get the incredibly impressive, “Ummmmmmmmmmmm, you got me!”
God Bless Ms.Von in these Olympics, and dear Sendik’s, could you get Boar’s Head to whip up some of this topfen stuff?
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