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Cheerleader Photo Posted; Aim Is To Save Mother Earth

No excuse too flimsy to put up a cheerleader photo. Here’s mine: It seems that Tarrant County’s exclusive smart car dealership, Park Place, tricked out a “smart fortwo” car in TCU’s signature purple. Then Superfrog, the TCU mascot, and several TCU cheerleaders joined in a “21st Century Trail Drive” today, complete with longhorns from the Cowtown herd and a fleet of other smart fortwo vehicles. This smart fortwo, by the way, is said to be the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid car in the country. As a result, this post has been green-approved.

12 comments on “Cheerleader Photo Posted; Aim Is To Save Mother Earth

  1. it took some effort to find those 2 lookers on campus. I think those are Showgirls which are the cheerleading equivalent of the short bus.

  2. Who cares if this post has been green-approved? I mean, global warming is a total crock of sh!t anyway. Now where’s my bailout money?

  3. Matt, the TCU showgirls aren’t cheerleaders, they’re dancers – they serve a completely different function.

    Having said that, I can verify that TCU does offer a lot more impressive eye candy than what is represented in this photo.

  4. as 2000’s graduate i am fully aware of the showgirls, just trying to equate for those not familiar with the ill-trained, uncoordinated troupe that appears at our football games.

    though to their credit they did produce 2 cowboy cheerleaders in recent years…clearly the outliers.