"Hi, I'm here! Do I look skinny?"
Madam La Comtesse de Bad Ideas visited the University of Southern Denmark today - Marie's patronage - to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Danish Twins Registry, her new patronage. Guess the wiglets must still be air-drying at home since the hair got several inches shorter for this outing, but no more stylish with those awful, grown-out "wings". Blech. Makes you think of panty liners. The all gray outfit doesn't help, and really, how many of these ugly gray jackets does she own? This is a new one! Crikey! It was -16 degrees on Fyn today: where is her coat? She's not human!
Take a look at the video below. You can just tell that Mary immediately recognised that this twins registry thing was a bad idea. Not the Aussie one, of course. That one will ensure that she gets to the only place she considers home - Australia - more often than she does now (all those commercial advertising interests like Huggies and JetStar must be drying up and the Australian Red Cross doesn't even seem to want her after the 2005 Looker Me! Tour debacle with them agreeing to put Silly Amber Petty (SAP) on their board). All those circus freaks present, she seems to be thinking! So many identical twins, when hers were just desparation fraternal twins. Yehudi couldn't do any better on the paltry fee she paid him. Just look at her strain to care about talking to that pair of older twins, Charles and Frederik: fake smile, nodding, smile turns to strained lip purse, nodding, actually saying nothing. She's ridiculous! Then talking to the younger girls, then she tries to get a word in. Always competitive with other women. And when the reporter tries to interview her, not only is her Danish just horrible, but she won't commit to putting the Miracle Twins, Princent and Josie on the twins registry to help in their research. "Maybe!" is all she will muster. Bitch. I guess she's trying to keep Yehudi as hidden from the Danish press as vehemently as Lance Armstrong was trying to lie about the doping: one day, the world will know!
Photo Gallery: BT
Video: TV2 Evening News
Article with video: TV2 Fyn
The Crown Princess on Fyn
Crown Princess Mary came to Odense this Tuesday afternoon to participate in a seminar on twins at Southern Denmark University. Here she met among others, 150 pairs of twins. Crown Princess Mary arrived at the seminar in her role as patron for the Danish and Australian Twin Registries.
The Danish and Australian Twin Registries research the similarities and differences between monozygotic and fraternal twins in a quest for knowledge about the importance of heredity and environment on human life and health.
Besides people from the Danish and Australian Twin Registries, there were also 150 pairs of twins aged 18 to 90 years old. They have all participated in the Danish Twin Register's research.
Photos: Jesper Max Jensen