It’s an age-old question that has even infiltrated the confines of the usually cerebral NFL cheerleading culture. Which are better: real boobs or fake boobs? Laura Vikmanis, the league’s oldest cheerleader, has written a book about her experiences on the Ben-Gals squad and reveals that there was somewhat of a “cleavage” among the girls about this important issue:
“The most prominent division on the Ben-Gals is not between the young girls and the older girls but between the Real Boobs and the Fake Boobs. This is despite the fact that at any given time, a third of the Real Boobs are considering implants.”
Forget suing the league over concussions: this fake vs. real is the real issue of the day! Vikmanis’ book, “It’s Not About the Pom-Poms: How a 40-Year-Old Mom Became the NFL’s Oldest Cheerleader – and Found Hope, Joy, and Inspiration Along the Way” goes on sale today.
They never tire of doing the tough stories none of the rest of us want to touch. Like the 10 Best Cheerleader Bloopers in NFL History. Not just from last season, but in the entire history of the NFL. They must have looked at hours and hours of footage over weeks. But if they hadn’t we wouldn’t have this report, would we?
Many times in life, you get the option to just walk away from an incident. This is one of those times and the Lorain High (Ohio) cheerleader should have walked away . . . but she didn’t. In the end, security guards and cops with attack dogs got involved and three people went to jail. Was it worth it?
It all started at halftime of a boy’s basketball game versus Clearview High School last Saturday. One of Lorain’s cheerleaders was walking through the lobby when she claims someone bumped her on purpose. A police officer working the game as security saw what happened and told her to just walk away. Did she? Nope.
Instead, this young lady pushed her way through a crowd of about 100 people to get to the person who bumped her, with the cop close behind. Meanwhile, her boyfriend joins in the fun after the officer tries to stop her by grabbing her elbow. Now the cop has to deal with this fool and while he’s putting the kid on the ground, another teenager starts trying to get the crowd into an all out brawl. That’s when the officer with a K9 assistant steps in.
In the end, all three were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and disorderly conduct persisting, while the boyfriend was also slapped with an assault charge. No word if they took her mug shot while she was still wearing her cheerleader uniform.
Yes, CNBC, the cable channel and website dedicated to business issues. And, occasionally stories about the porn industry. But ranking NFL cheerleaders? We’re sure they did this scientifically, but shouldn’t that kind of in-depth reporting be left to sites like DeadSpin.com?
How did we miss this during Monday’s National Championship game between Alabama and LSU? I would have thought ESPN would have been all over this on their 10 hour pre-game show or 24 hours of non-stop post game coverage. But no, they had to talk about the damn game.
They completely missed a topless woman walking around the French Quarter in New Orleans with an Alabama cheerleader uniform painted on her chest, (like the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue) and wearing a Bear Bryant hat. Roll over Tide!
Only she’s no swimsuit model and she’s either got a big snag in the front of her sweater or that’s one huge outie with a belly button ring through it. Eww.
Still, she is topless.
If you really, really want an uncensored version of the photo you can go to this NSFW site. But don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Someone is obviously unhappy with the NFL and it’s buxom cheerleaders.
And cranky. And probably not comfortable around women. His main points: Cheerleaders in American football games serve no actual purpose, tend not to distract fans from the action on the field, rub their pompons together in an annoying fashion.