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(WTKR)   Happiest high school sophomore on the planet is the mascot - and the only guy on the cheerleading team. "It is a group of very beautiful and intelligent young women and why wouldn't you want to be around that for hours every day,"   (wtkr.com) divider line 36
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2012-11-10 04:42:22 PM  
Stiffy tag?
 
2012-11-10 04:52:24 PM  
Only in America can a guy be called gay for participating in an activity where he's in the midst of several dozen hot women. 

/Cue the two douchebags.
 
2012-11-10 05:13:05 PM  
at first I was iffy because you never hear anybody doing the mascot

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2012-11-10 05:13:09 PM  
He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...
 
2012-11-10 05:25:54 PM  

Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...


Okay, that's fair-- but how would you call them, then?
I almost feel more comfortable calling what you're referring to as 'sports games', as games are things that can be discretely won or lost, and calling what you call not-sports 'sports'.
 
2012-11-10 05:26:47 PM  

Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...


But even if he can't nail those chicks, they have friends
 
2012-11-10 05:27:23 PM  

Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.


Even the friendzoned thing isn't a big deal since he's what, 15, 16? In 2 or 3 years he's going to be scooping up women by the handful just with this experience.
 
2012-11-10 05:37:47 PM  

epoch_destroi: Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...

Okay, that's fair-- but how would you call them, then?
I almost feel more comfortable calling what you're referring to as 'sports games', as games are things that can be discretely won or lost, and calling what you call not-sports 'sports'.


I call them competitions. Sports like gymnastics, cheerleadering, etc are athletic competitions. The reason I call these competitions is that there are other events that are non-athletic that are seen as competitions (and subjectively judged) like dramatic competitions or debate and such.
One of the weird things is that my high school seemed to follow my logic. Quiz Bowl was considered a varsity sport (ie you get more points by answering more questions, something that you definitively win). Of course the whole idea of refs/umpires making objective calls (think strike zone) muddles the set requirements I have.
 
2012-11-10 05:43:04 PM  
"...you never hear anybody doing the mascot"


Truer words have never been spoken
 
2012-11-10 05:44:20 PM  
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/oblig
 
2012-11-10 05:55:33 PM  

coolio mack: Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

Even the friendzoned thing isn't a big deal since he's what, 15, 16? In 2 or 3 years he's going to be scooping up women by the handful just with this experience.


No, he'll still be friend zoned. He'll be seen as non-threatening by all of them...even the friends of the cheerleaders
 
2012-11-10 05:57:30 PM  

Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.


I was the mascot at my high school for two years. This is exactly what happened.

/beta as fark
//Go Cougars!
 
2012-11-10 06:03:22 PM  

Aar1012: coolio mack: Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

Even the friendzoned thing isn't a big deal since he's what, 15, 16? In 2 or 3 years he's going to be scooping up women by the handful just with this experience.

No, he'll still be friend zoned. He'll be seen as non-threatening by all of them...even the friends of the cheerleaders


I disagree. That kid is getting more ass than a toilet seat.
 
2012-11-10 06:14:39 PM  

Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...


Kinda like a close game of x where one refs call makes or breaks it eh?
:)
 
2012-11-10 06:15:14 PM  

IlGreven: Only in America can a guy be called gay for participating in an activity where he's in the midst of several dozen hot women. 

/Cue the two douchebags.


Actually, if he's smart, he'll work the "I'm gay" angle long and hard with these girls, tell one of them he's torn because he "has feelings" for her, then she can "convert" him.

Over and over.

/bang the gay away
 
2012-11-10 06:16:10 PM  

coolio mack: Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

Even the friendzoned thing isn't a big deal since he's what, 15, 16? In 2 or 3 years he's going to be scooping up women by the handful just with this experience.


This is probably true.
 
2012-11-10 06:17:02 PM  

Smackledorfer: Jonny Chimpo: He is doing the smart thing. Even though cheerleading isn't a sport*, he is hanging out with the chicks. The only potential problem I see for him is he may get Friendzoned big time by dozen chicks, which would suck a lot.

*While activities like gymnastics, diving, cheerleading, etc require a tremendous amount of athletic ability, I do not consider them sports. In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.

/I probably started a flamewar...

Kinda like a close game of x where one refs call makes or breaks it eh?
:)


Mentioned that in my second post. Not just that, but the strike zone in baseball is completely subjective.
 
2012-11-10 06:31:54 PM  
Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.
 
2012-11-10 06:40:21 PM  

SlagginOff: Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.


Right, but he's only a sophomore, His senior year, he'll be banging 'em all and their friends.
 
2012-11-10 06:40:43 PM  

SlagginOff: Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.


Only if he was in Alabama...
 
2012-11-10 07:59:20 PM  
I'd suggest the guy was either a friend zone or player candidate before he decided to go the mascot route. In other words, he will continue to be even more frustrated or he will get heaping helpings of ass.
 
2012-11-10 08:10:31 PM  
I can't speak for this kid, but one of my friends in high school was our mascot. He didn't get any tail from any of the cheerleaders or their friends. He got a lot of hugs from them and they would rub up on him enough to tease him with the possibility of some tail, but in the end he ended up with 3 years of blue balls. By the end of high school he had given up on trying to get any from them and only stayed the mascot because he was the type of person who liked to entertain people, which was part of the reason he wanted to be mascot.
 
2012-11-10 09:01:51 PM  
Not getting ass
 
2012-11-10 09:20:01 PM  
Someday he will peak and achieve 11 handjobs in one night.
 
2012-11-10 09:20:16 PM  

Your Zionist Leader: But even if he can't nail those chicks, they have friends


Yes, they do. Other guys like him that they don't nail.
 
2012-11-10 10:05:37 PM  
Probably wont get any of them. But in college he'll know how to deal with girls and get plenty.
 
2012-11-10 10:28:57 PM  

PaulieattheTap: SlagginOff: Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.

Right, but he's only a sophomore, His senior year, he'll be banging 'em all and their friends.


Do you know how the friend zone works? Escaping the friend zone is nearly impossible. The kid is in the friend zone for sure.
 
2012-11-10 10:42:34 PM  

machoprogrammer: PaulieattheTap: SlagginOff: Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.

Right, but he's only a sophomore, His senior year, he'll be banging 'em all and their friends.

Do you know how the friend zone works? Escaping the friend zone is nearly impossible. The kid is in the friend zone for sure.


His goal as a senior should be to bang the sophomore cheerleaders. He will hopefully have learned to play it cool by then, and while he'll still be friendzoned by the senior cheerleaders, the younger ones will be mesmerized by the 'older guy' effect. Friendzoning doesn't span two grade levels very easily.
 
2012-11-11 12:03:18 AM  
lol...showing how out of touch as usual...

""Dudes in school, I tell them they should come out cause it is a group of very beautiful and intelligent young women and why wouldn't you want to be around that for hours every day," says Myron. "

Uh huh...so he can get the "dudes in school there"
 
2012-11-11 01:18:46 AM  

Jonny Chimpo: SlagginOff: Every girl on the cheerleading team: "Oh yeah I love him! He's so nice and funny! He's just like a brother to me."

In other words no one is going to bang him.

Only if he was in Alabama...


Hey that stereotype offends me!!!!

We all know that's Kentucky.
 
2012-11-11 02:07:32 AM  

Jonny Chimpo: In my mind, a sport is something where you can objectively say you won (more points/runs/goals, faster time, etc). In something like gymnastics it may be iffy for the two judge to explain why this is a 6.0 and the same video is a 5.8. This is my opinion, please no flamewar starting.


Frankly, I consider a sport an athletic contest where opponents directly oppose your ability to score. I do not consider, say, golf or bowling sports. Cheerleading and gymnastics would not be sports, either. I would be comfortable using a new term to apply something which notes the athleticism, dedication, and competitiveness involved in cheerleading, gymnastics, etc., but for now I call them athletic competitions. "Sporting" seems to always be used in a context where something has to have a chance to thwart you, besides.
 
2012-11-11 06:03:25 AM  

Vangor: Frankly, I consider a sport an athletic contest where opponents directly oppose your ability to score. I do not consider, say, golf or bowling sports. Cheerleading and gymnastics would not be sports, either. I would be comfortable using a new term to apply something which notes the athleticism, dedication, and competitiveness involved in cheerleading, gymnastics, etc., but for now I call them athletic competitions. "Sporting" seems to always be used in a context where something has to have a chance to thwart you, besides.


So track and field events are not sports?
 
2012-11-11 09:00:49 AM  
Fun fact: straight guys involved in theater get ALL the vag.

Use this wisely.
 
2012-11-11 09:04:28 AM  

Smoked: So track and field events are not sports?


Nope. Athletic competitions, sure, but not sports under my definition. I see no specific reason those events would be sports when there are all manner of highly to slightly athletic events which are not considered sports by many. Basically looking for consistency, not to demote the level of those activities.
 
2012-11-11 01:21:56 PM  
AKA smartest guy in school.
 
2012-11-12 05:29:13 PM  

The Dreaded Rear Admiral: Fun fact: straight guys involved in theater get ALL the vag.

Use this wisely.


True, but they're drama queens.
 
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