Your Cheeleader Quotes

Cheerleading Quotes

Here are a bunch of cheerleading quotes I have collected, after the quotes there is the 'Golden Rules of Cheerleading', so make sure you keep reading!

*Together we stand, together we fall, all for one and one for all!

*Sometimes there is no next time, no second chance. This is it. It's now or never.

*What you see is what you get, and you ain't seen nothin' yet!

*Hands on your hips, a smile on your lips, spirit in your heart, we're ready to start!

*Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise; risking more than others think is safe; dreaming more than others think is practical and expecting more than others think is possible

*If it's in your heart, it shows in your spirit!

*Seven days without cheerleading makes one weak!

*I don't play the field, I rule the sidelines.

*Now I lay me down to sleep, poms and megaphone at my feet.

*When life begins to shed a tear just perk up and say a cheer.

*Football players have all season to prove themselves...we have 2 minutes and 30 seconds. That's the difference.

*In other sports, if you miss the catch, all you drop is the ball.

*I am a hooker, I have no teeth, I killed my husband with a Christmas wreath. Said who you talking to, who you talking to, who you talking to, UGH! I am a transvestite, and I deal drugs, cause my redneck daddy wouldn't give me hugs. Said who you talking to, who you talking to, who you talking to, UGH! Final thought! Jerry Springer, yeah Jerry! ~Spartan Cheerleaders from SNL

*The refs have always been blind, it's our job to make them deaf.

*There are two types of people in this world, cheerleaders, and those who wish they were

*If cheerleading were easier, they'd call it football.

*Yes I'm a cheerleader, yes I'm an athlete, yes im a girl, gotta problem with that?

*Cheerleading is life, the rest is just details.

*it's not whether you win or loose, it's HOW LOUD YOU CHEER!

*Any Man can hold a girls hand, but it takes the elite to hold their feet!

*This sport isn't about million-dollar contracts or over-priced shoes. It's about Dedication and Determination. My mind is sharp and my body is strong. I may not be the biggest athlete out there, but Nothing is Larger than my Spirit, because... I CAME TO CHEER!

*Simply because you don't run across goalines, slam dunk basketballs, or hit homeruns, dosn't mean you can't change the score!

*Cheer Loud, Cheer Proud!

*If football/basketball is so awesome, why does it take cheerleaders to excite the crowd?

*It takes a little more to make a champion, but it takes A LOT more to make a cheerleader

*Cheerleading is the best, has been the best, always will be the best, end of discussion

*God didn't create everyone to be cheerleaders, only the best

*People who lift weights are whimps, cheerleaders lift people!

*We don't obsess about the rest 'cause WE KNOW we're the BEST

*A cheerleader is a dreamer that never gives up.

*Physical pain never really's losing that kills

*The spirit to win and the will to succeed are measured one stunt at a time.

*What doesn't kill me makes me stronger.

*To achieve you must first attempt

*We don't have an attitude... we're just THAT good.

*All women are created equal, then a few become cheerleaders.

*Athlete by nature, cheerleader by choice!

*Eat, Sleep, Cheer (repeat)

*Cheerleader (n.): An ATHLETE who can jump, kick, toss, catch, stunt, tumble and fly.

*Life is short, CHEER HARD.

*The higher the goal, the harder the climb, but taken each day, one step at a time. The goal is accomplished, the dream is attained, and the prizes? The wisdom and strength that are gained.

*The first thing is to love your sport. Never do it to please someone else. It has to be yours.

*I've worked too hard and too long to let anything stand in the way of my goals. I will not let my teammates down, and I will not let myself down.

*The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle.

*Cheerleading is not an extracurricular activity. It is a sport, a sport of academic discipline.

*Cheer to be heard, stunt to be seen!

*Don't wear your team's colors --- bleed them.

*It's hard to be humble, when you can jump, stunt, and tumble!

*Let the far and the near all unite with a CHEER!

*Thereís no substitute for guts, cheerleading is all guts; so there is no substitute.

Golden Rules of Cheerleading

Cheerleader Controversy

Halloween costumes come in all shapes and sizes. Some people take simple routes and become cops or super heroes. Other people decide they want to be celebrities for Halloween. Thatís exactly what Whitney Isleib did this Halloween.

Photos of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleader were posted on Facebook on October 31 dressed as Lilí Wayne. So of course, somebody found them and eventually let the media know about it, or in this case the popular sports blog Dead Spin.

Dead Spin re-posted the photos along with a short story and chaos ensued. Every bodyís up in flames because a white woman should not be dressing up as an African American. However, Isleib should not be condemned for what is just a Halloween costume.

Isleib Did Nothing Offensive

To say that someone dressing up like a person of the opposite race is offensive is ignorant. If an African American person wanted to be Eminem for Halloween, the majority of white people wouldnít care if they powdered their face and wore their pants too low.

In fact, there is one popular African American comedian that dressed up like a white person all the time on his comedy show. His name is Dave Chappelle. On numerous occasions, Chappelle would powder his face to lighten the color of his skin. Was that offensive? Absolutely not.

Instead, most people, African American or white, found that incredibly funny. If you are going to act the part, why not go all the way and match the appearance of what you are trying to be? Isleib was not dressing up as an African American, she was dressing up as Lilí Wayne, who happens to be African American. If she had decided to dress as her view of a stereotypical African American with no specific person in mind, then that would be worthy of controversy.

Isleib Should Be Commended

Thereís no doubt that the Dallas Cowboys organization is going to punish Isleib in one way or another. However, she should not be punished, but commended. She had a really great costume. The costume would not have been as good if she had left her skin color white.

The people that are most likely offended by these photos are in fact white people that think they should be offended. The photos of Isleib show other African Americans appearing to be enjoying the party. They donít seem to be offended at all. So why should some ultra conservative white people care about this if other African Americans donít?

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