How do I get a cheerleader to date me?
Well for starters don’t care that she’s a cheerleader. When I was a TopCat I was more interested in the guys who were fascinated by the fact I had a career than a set of pom-poms. Pretty girls want to hear they’re smart, smart girls want to hear they’re pretty. I meanwhile just want to hear I’m funny.
What is a major turn off for women?
Well, your basics like lying, cheating, and abuse. But it’s different for different women. I personally can’t tolerate an alpha male who tries to dominate and control everything (especially me).
But with women, we can look past physical turn offs if we are turned on emotionally. I don’t like tattoos or facial hair, unless I like the skin under them.Speaking of facial hair, men – please either stay smooth or grow it out because that peach fuzz is exfoliatingly painful when you kiss us.
But basically, any woman would be turned off by a man trying too hard and not being himself. We don’t want you to send a six month representative in the beginning of the relationship or sell us a used car — we just want you to be yourself, flaws and all. And if the girl doesn’t like you for who you are … screw her anyway!
Do you think cheerleading is a sport?
No. I think gymnastics and dancing are, which are what cheerleaders do. But parading around in a skirt to lift up team spirit isn’t a sport, it’s just good sportmanship. I cheered because I love to dance and because I’m not competitive by nature. I like to support others, especially my boys like Mac, Jim, T-Bone, and Colin! Well … and because I’m too short to play basketball or volleyball (well) and I have a fear of balls flying at my face, so my softball career didn’t extend beyond Junior Varsity or intramural league. Cason-Point: girls who can’t do, cheerleader.
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