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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    My wife didn't care much for cheerleaders, though technically was one in HS. This song is sorta of how the cheerleaders seemed to view themselves in her opinion...


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    What in the hell does this have to do with the thread?

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    I think someone has a really overactive imagination.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    What in the hell does this have to do with the thread?
    Just for fun!

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Just for fun!
    What? Being catty on behalf of your wife? Oh okay. Fun!!!

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    No, but I'd probably boink one about now.... 'course I been drinking ab it....

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    It is very common for a member to misquote another member - or misinterprete - and everyone starts posting or even raging over it - when it was in fact a misquote. Here is another actual "quote" of what I posted about her:

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    I wrote out a response on word - then lost it somehow...

    Her high school was small and the cheerleading squad not competitive. Mostly they just did cheers, danced around, no real routines and maybe cartwheel now and then. To the contrary, she could do a running full body rotation backflip catching a baton between her legs behind her back - then instantly rolling it across her shoulder to her other hand into a curtsy and just keep going as 2 seconds of her routine - by age 8 - when she won her first international competition. This would mean little in a big city, but in a small city and being 4th generation locals, she is very famous here. Generally she would only lead the band if it was on the field.

    Her being a cheerleader in title was really her just not being in a position to say no. She saw the other female cheerleaders as trite, silly-headed, with over-bloated egos and shallow. Her competitions were intensely serious to her and she focused on goals overall, setting all else aside.

    The competition I referred to was not typical and her entered by mistake - accepted for her overall years of successes resume' - and her coach urged her to drop out. It was a created competition for rythmic gymnastics dance....

    Believe what you wish.
    I also posted more than once she didn't care for the cheerleaders at her high school and generally had a low opinion of them. So I am not being "catty" about my now wife nor said she was in cheerleading competitions. BUT, if it is more fun for the words put into my mouth I'm game!
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    depends what she looks like with her clothes on



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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Relevance to the thread?

    In some ways yes, others no.

    My point about cheerleading is about the attraction of them. The girls are in scanty outfits and the boys not. While competitions may suppose to supress sexuality to make it all legit, I do not believe that is the attraction of cheerleading to guys. I don't think many go "wow, was that technically complex."

    There also are technical competitions now in pole dancing. Does that make it then legit - provided she doesn't drop her top?

    The question is where do you draw the line on physical displays of sexuality in terms of "don't marry her!" or being disqualified to be a school teacher?

    It seems the answer is if she shows her tits uncovered???

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    It is very common for a member to misquote another member - or misinterprete - and everyone starts posting or even raging over it - when it was in fact a misquote. Here is another actual "quote" of what I posted about her:



    I also posted more than once she didn't care for the cheerleaders at her high school and generally had a low opinion of them. So I am not being "catty" about my now wife nor said she was in cheerleading competitions. BUT, if it is more fun for the words put into my mouth I'm game!
    Well, anyway, I don't believe I've put any words in your mouth, but really your wife is irrelevant to the conversation, no matter how much you like talking about her. Which is very sweet, don't get me wrong.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Relevance to the thread?

    In some ways yes, others no.

    My point about cheerleading is about the attraction of them. The girls are in scanty outfits and the boys not. While competitions may suppose to supress sexuality to make it all legit, I do not believe that is the attraction of cheerleading to guys. I don't think many go "wow, was that technically complex."

    The question is where do you draw the line on physical displays of sexuality in terms of "don't marry her!" or being disqualified to be a school teacher?

    It seems the answer is if she shows her tits uncovered???
    No, cheerleading, as I showed you, is more about acrobatics than "sexy" dancing. Just because some men are pervs, don't blame the girls. They are doing a choreographed routine that was not choreographed by them.

    Also, there is a BIG difference between any activity in high school and stripping. If you deny this, then you are just totally intellectually dishonest.

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