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Think there is some MA training involved?
 
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Errrr ... ohhhkayye.

I won't deny the physicality, artistry or training on show ... but ... well ... just not a particularly appropriate place for a man to be.
 
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LOL, I am frankly not quiet sure myself.
for one I can't stand cheer leading, those this group is pretty good
This guy is way to good for an occasional cheerer...
But then again, whatever floats his boat I supposed.
(but he does have the shimmy down pretty good, and I am envious of the hip wiggle...)
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I kept wondering if he did shave...the girly way...for the performance...
:lfao:

No, really, I thought he was cute, in a puppy kind of way...
 

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Im not sure about this either. I can see a guy being at the bottom of the pyramid helping with the lifts and throws ....
 

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kind of scary. He was good but did he need to wear the same costume
 
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(I actually hate the visual impact it has when the guys do wear something vastly different from the girls)
 

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Can't see anythng wrong with it actually. He's as good as the girls, it fits in with the uniformity of the pom dancing ( technically that's what it is but comes under the banner of cheer, my daughter the coach tells me). turn it round the other way, would you stop a girl doing it if she wanted to and it was an all bloke group? it will be judged on the moves, music, etc not the sex of the participants. I went to a cheer comp last Dec to support my daughters group and there's plenty of lads who do cheer. Good for him, I say.
 
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I am just jealous because he got that hip shimmy down pat....
On the best of days my behind won't move like that...not even with a load of fire ant in my pants.
:lol:
 

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I am just jealous because he got that hip shimmy down pat....
On the best of days my behind won't move like that...not even with a load of fire ant in my pants.
:lol:

:roflmao:
 

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There is a certain male-logic in here....

Plan. Hang out with hot cheerleaders.
Step 1, join the team.
Step 2, become good enough to be named team captain
Step 3, enjoy attention while surrounded by hot athletic gals.

I might even put on a mini for part 3. ;)
 
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