"Typically, I like a really tight, round arse, something I can really sink my teeth into, womanly, fecund and bodacious. Not flat like my wife's. You hip?"
Derfie and an evidently mortified Danish Olympic runner Sara Slott visited the "School Olympics" in Viborg today. In Danish the event is called "Skole OL", OL being the abbreviation of Olympic Games. It is very close to the word for beer, øl, so that could be why he showed up with so much enthusiasm. "Carlsberg take me away!" Derfie is nothing if not well suited for playtime with children. His IOC membership may still be very inappropriate, but we can't deny that Derfie getting to play outside makes him very happy. As a treat, as soon as he arrives home, Nanny serves him a bowl of chocolate pudding, then puts him down for a nap and, if he's a good boy, reads him a story.
This is on the heels of the Derfster and Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt opening the European Wind Energy Association Conference at the Bella Centre. What an exhausting week of two whole appearances. Too bad Professor John Donaldson of Clan Sluuuuuuuurrrrrrrper was a bust as Wind Ambassador, then Derfie could have stayed home.
Skole OL Press Release: Danish Royal Website
Skole OL Press Release: Danish Olympic Association
Photos: EWEA Website
Article: Sjællands Nyheder
On Tuesday, Crown Prince Frederik visited Sondre School in Viborg on the occasion of the Olympics and the School Olympics. The active crown prince showed both in word and deed the Olympic values that are involved, when he ran at the head of 200 eager students.
"It is really motivating for me today to see so many children make such great efforts. I also hope that my presence here can motivate them a little," said Crown Prince Frederik to Viborg Folkeblad.dk.