Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Cheerleaders Go Wild!

26 girls, ages 14-17, attending a cheerleading camp at the University of Texas crammed themselves into a dorm elevator.

Campus officials weren't amused.

"It's dangerous, actually," said a school police spokeswoman, Rhonda Weldon.
Age 14-17 is a dangerous, weird, peer-pressury time to be a girl, I hear. 8th grade seemed to be a big excuse for girls to congregate in judgmental gaggles and make boys feel outrageously awkward. Glad I spent most of that time playing chess in the library.

Cheerleaders in large groups have long been associated with stuff. That's all for this post, I think.