disappointed so far
You're never too old for tater tots.
The great thing about cheerleaders is I don't care what team they represent so long as they have nice....
File photo of a chicakdee I dated a few years ago. She was a PSU cheerleader; turned out we actually knew each other from college, but didn't realize it. She cheered for the Washington Wizards, then the Redskins (when this pic was taken), then went on to direct the Wizards cheer/dance team. Really cool gal...I'm still bummed that things didn't work out! ;-)
Heh...check it out. Under my name, it says "member".
My daughter was a cheerleader in high school.
As a result, I can no longer look at cheerleaders without thinking of my daughter.
Which means I am no longer able to appreciate cheerleaders correctly.
The interesting thing about life is that it is utterly preposterous.
-- LSchefman, 1749
I'm glad I don't have daughters.
When Chris Cooley married one of the Redskins cheerleaders, their relationship violated Redskins organizational rules. So, his wife had to quit, and his response was something to the effect of "We won't really miss the $50 per game she gets."
Also, cheerleaders remind me of the girls who were mean to those of us who weren't in the popular crowd in high school. Their smiles are fake and their eyes are evil. This is, of course, a generalization.
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