Cheerleaders unsettle Souths fans: Crowe

Discussion in 'NRL / Southern Hemisphere' started by melon, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. melon

    melon Guest

    Sourced from nrl.com

    What do you guys think?

    Might be a step in the right direction, and might be a signal of the demise in tradition.
     
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  3. O'Rothlain

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    I think he's more interested in seeing her in a cheerleading outfit every night. Women always get what they want because guys want them.

    Seriously, though, I can understand...some cheerleading takes the whole sexuality thing a bit far for a "family" event. I'm not saying I don't like it, but I can understand why family men don't necesarily want to expose their kids to it. Pitty for the dancers though...they all "love dancing."
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  4. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    AS I SAID EARLIER

    THE BIG CHANGES AT SOUTHS ARE CROWES WAYS

    NRL Team Idol - pick em
     
  5. DC

    DC Guest

    bullshit it makes "blokes feel uncomfortable while taking their kids to football"

    i remember as one of my earliest pro sport memories, my dad bein like, wow check out that cheerleader, its like a right of passage!!
     
  6. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    I think what unsettles Souths Fans even more is the fact their team sucks.
     
  7. O'Rothlain

    O'Rothlain Guest

    My dad would have been uncomfortable.
     
  8. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    yeah but we dont have a cheerling culture like the US

    we seem them as clad, bimbo like distractions

    in the USA they are regarded as talented dancers, and even hold professional comps

    it takes time to build it into a respectful skill...........the USA have had it for decades, we havent.
     
  9. melon

    melon Guest

    Well if it takes time to build the skill then the cheer leading team must be there to learn it. If they aren't there then it will never grow to the heights of the USA.

    I guess though that it's fair enough if they get rid of them because if it does reach the heights you talk about ak, then more than likely the girls will be reinstated.
     
  10. DC

    DC Guest

    do you guys have cheerleading in high schools??
     
  11. melon

    melon Guest

    Nope, not at all!

    There's no point really. At most school football games in Australia you're lucky to get 30 spectators. Cross town school rival matches might yield a couple of hundred, but unless you make the state finals then you get **** all really.

    In the private school system, hundreds turn up to each match but in comparison to the USA its nothing.
     
  12. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Has anyone thought about what the kids want....NO!!!

    PLEASE FOR ONCE WILL SOMEONE JUST THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
     
  13. DC

    DC Guest

    we all know what the kids want!!!

    and besides at least this will tell the father if his kids a gay or not!

    sorta like a test!!!
     
  14. melon

    melon Guest

    Haha yeah.

    At South's games from now on you'll be able to tell who is gay or not by observing whether or not they are yelling abuse at the drummers and demanding cheer leaders!
     
  15. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    Cheerleading in Australian High Schools is like Snowboarding in the Sahara

    IT DOESNT EXIST AT ALL

    and for the record you find many gay people as Rugby League fans, thus u wont find them at the games

    Gay people is Sydney, Australia prefer aussie rules (AFL) - thats not a cop out to aussie rules - its a deadset fact in sydney...the Swans are the sporting team the gay community follow.
     
  16. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Wow DC theres your team!!!
     
  17. sanzar

    sanzar Guest

    Cheerleading in Australian High Schools is like Snowboarding in the Sahara

    IT DOESNT EXIST AT ALL

    and for the record you find many gay people as Rugby League fans, thus u wont find them at the games

    Gay people is Sydney, Australia prefer aussie rules (AFL) - thats not a cop out to aussie rules - its a deadset fact in sydney...the Swans are the sporting team the gay community follow.
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    Yeah well that's true for Sydney... well it's the Swans and Sea Eagles who the gays follow.
     
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