skier Lindsey Vonn is using cheese to heal her injured shin. For the
purpose of reducing inflammation, she’s using an Austrian cheese called
a soft cheese without whey.
whey, you say?
we respond… resoundingly with:”Absolutely, whey!”
we repeat, the slalomly Lindsey and her
Vonnerage are resorting to fromage.
her medal dreams are no mirage, they’re resorting
boo-boos in need of mending, and yes, we’d love
to be attending for if you saw her swimsuit layout per pages 84, 86 and
87… you’d have no trouble comprehending.
body perfect plus skiing form which won two
world cups… and yes, if you’ve seen pages 84, 86 and 87 you’ve seen
those world cups.
will it work, this cheese ice pack, as an
team of experts, her muscle mechanics at Lindsey
Vonn Garage, swear it is just that… a super cure-all producer.
they resorted to fromage.
worked for years since the dawn of cheese…
invented by the Kurds… a cottage industry of animals… working without
varied uses are storied epics in works of
history. Who can forget the Big War French with their rubber-shortage
tires… when gouda wheels came into being to put out those metaphoric
racers need strong firm shins as they’re
shushing down the mountain. Calcium helps firm up those shins… from
cheese, if you’re still countin’.
From cheese circles,
yes, we’ve gathered our own
experts. Does topfen work? Will it save the day? Will the legend turn
yes, it’s known to act this way,” says cheese
activist, Jane Fondue.
from the skeptic camp with a theory damp on
Jane’s bubble he comes to stomp us. “There’s no science supporting
this,” snaps cheese whiz, Stevie Wampus.
yes there is. In the affinage, if you catch it
before it cures.”
you go, Miss Expert, I bet under your saddle, there’s burrs.”
then” comes back Miss healthy Jane, “I can do more dips than
it!” Wampus says, crouching low, cheese ball
in hand, “Miss Fondue.”
guys, no cheese fights, we have to say. What
about the lovely Lindsey Vonn and the poem you messed up? We had
something good going. I guess this is what we get for importing a
couple of cheese experts. Geesh.