I love em and I hate em.Ã‚Â That’s right.
I think a lot of high school and college squads feature tremendous athletes who are quite skilled.Ã‚Â
With that said, I don’t quite understand why Jr. High and High School girls are trusted to toss each other around like giant, but vulnerable to head injury footballs.Ã‚Â Simple mounts that take twenty minutes from the time the first chick climbs up until the last teeny one stands at the top, I get.Ã‚Â That’s relatively safe.Ã‚Â But this stuff where the mounts are moving and people are bursting around like popcorn, I think is a little unsafe.
But I love the ESPN telecasts of cheerleader competitions.Ã‚Â If they started a Cheerleader channel I’d watch at least once a week.
Now, on to the disturbing brand of Cheerleader.Ã‚Â The NFL Cheerleaders.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â They are not cheerleaders at all.Ã‚Â JustÃ‚Â slightly more clothed exotic dancers.Ã‚Â Really.Ã‚Â Do American men need that lure to turn on the tube for a little football?Ã‚Â No.Ã‚Â The answer is no, no, no.
If theÃ‚Â NFL wants cheerleaders bring on the real ones, baby.Ã‚Â Give those college cheerleaders something to do after theyÃ‚Â graduate.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â
This brings me toÃ‚Â the final type of cheerleader that bothers me to no end.Ã‚Â The lifeÃ‚Â cheerleader.Ã‚Â The overly enthusiastic, person who never has anything bad to say about anyone.Ã‚Â Kidding.Ã‚Â About the saying bad stuff.Ã‚Â That’s a good attribute.Ã‚Â If they could just be quieter, more monotoned about it, it would be better.
If the NFL would employ real cheerleaders, it might keep people like me from having to see the life cheerleader everyday.Ã‚Â She’d be too busy practicing for the next big game.
Just for the record I’mÃ‚Â a pretty optimistic person…but there’s something fishy about people who are showy about their joy to be alive.Ã‚Â MakesÃ‚Â me think the cheerleader is only one of fourÃ‚Â personalities–the other three dangerous and creepy.
Perhaps thatÃ‚Â sounds a little pessimistic.Ã‚Â Ooops.