Wow, talk about sock it to us! Such vibrancy - that red is amazing. I love the tight shot here. Don't understand diddly about American football though...
Je veux aussi des Pom Poms pour l'équipe des Corsaires d'Évry ;) e
This is a brilliant shot, V.
In 18 years I only went twice to a football game, can you believe me? And we have three boys... but none in football...
Cute tush! I love American football and watch NFL games religiously; however, cheerleaders always baffle me. Why?! Wanna meet a famous American writer?Visit my blog today (11/20)!
I'm not sure if I'm supposed to look at her pom pons or her rump. Both are nice, I guess!
Don't you just love a pretty rear in bright colors. I wonder how many will notice the pompoms. LOL.Most excellent photo & go TEAM.
Fantastic! I thought I remembered something about football in Alabama! Sort of like football in Florida!
Nice Pom, Poms!
I like the photo but I'm starting to wonder about your love of red and all things tushie.
That's a cover shot.
Marley ,I saw that one coming! LOLThanks everyone. I sort of thought you'd all enjoy this shot today. Rah Rah Rah!!!V
Cheerleading ain't what it used to be, the way they get thrown in the air, flip, spiral, get caught...yeah, it's the same, cute girls with great bods. Did your team win?
Paula,Well this was a HS team but my university's team is not having a fab year but i still love 'em! War Eagle!!!!V
the famous cheerleaders! it's a very nice photo.simona
Wow, that skirt is short! That reminds me of a story (but many of your shots do). When I was in High School, the boys protested that the girls were allowed to wear short skirts to school, but they were not allowed to wear shorts. So one day, a bunch of guys came to school wearing cheerleader uniforms! HAH. It actually worked and the next year they changed the dress code to allow for shorts!
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