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Old 09-14-2011, 05:38 PM   #21
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Hum maybe I should start watching football again. Now those uniforms (or perhaps a combo of the uniform and the gals who wear them) that would disruptive in class. The SJ high school uniforms not so much.

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I wore my cheerleader outfit to school every Friday during football season and on certain days during basketball season (so almost year round). This was in 1975-1979 and ours skirts were just as short as the ones in the pic.

Whoever at the school in the article is stirring up trouble needs to get a life.
I agree but since it is the female principal who is making it an issue, not particularly smart for the cheerleaders to tell her to get a life .
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Those cheerleader outfits don't even look particularly provocative.

Not so fast there...have you seen the seated in Algebra picture?
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I wore my cheerleader outfit to school every Friday during football season and on certain days during basketball season (so almost year round).
So how did you do in Algebra??
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So how did you do in Algebra??
More importantly how did the boys around her do in Algebra
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My high school algebra teacher was a cute 22 year old, fresh out of college, with long legs and short skirts, who always sat on the front edge of her desk. I'm not certain, but I think the class involved x's and y's.
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My high school algebra teacher was a cute 22 year old, fresh out of college, with long legs and short skirts, who always sat on the front edge of her desk. I'm not certain, but I think the class involved x's and y's.
I think she taught me 10th grade English.
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My high school algebra teacher was a cute 22 year old, fresh out of college, with long legs and short skirts, who always sat on the front edge of her desk. I'm not certain, but I think the class involved x's and y's.
Don't feel too bad. I had a first year college history teacher that was most likely responsible for me ending up on a destroyer in the late 60s. And yeah, skirts, desks...same deal.

Took me a while to find an old pic. Pretty sure this is her.
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More importantly how did the boys around her do in Algebra
Well sadly, they are probably part of that 9.2% unemployment figure..
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So how did you do in Algebra??
I got an A. My boyfriend, who sat behind me got a C.
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I got an A. My boyfriend, who sat behind me got a C.
I ain't touching that..
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This thread needs more pictures.
There is a grandmother cheerleading for an NFL team right now... just cannot remember which one.

I remember sitting in health class and the cheerleader's skirt was caught on the back of her chair, and it stayed like that for the whole class without her knowing. I have NO IDEA what was covered in class that day.
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Whoever at the school in the article is stirring up trouble needs to get a life.
Indeed. Those don't look any different from 40 years ago.

There were cheerleaders in a couple of my classes. I think the classes were about numbers, or words, or something.
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My high school algebra teacher was a cute 22 year old, fresh out of college, with long legs and short skirts, who always sat on the front edge of her desk. I'm not certain, but I think the class involved x's and y's.
X, Y, and V?
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When I was in high school in the late 80's, cheerleaders wore their outfits to class on game days, and football players wore their jerseys. The cheerleaders' outfits at my high school were just as short as those in the picture above; I don't see what the big deal is.

Edit: And my memorable teacher taughter neither English nor Algebra, but Spanish. Think "Gloria" from Modern Family. Viva Mexico!
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I went to an all-male Jesuit high school that did not have a football team, so all of this is like reading people's accounts of space flight.
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So how did you do in Algebra??
Algebra was my favorite class and I got an A. There was a goofy guy in the next row who flunked the class. I married him anyways and we just had our 35 year anniversary.

I still love math, numbers and finances. He still avoids all that.
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Algebra was my favorite class and I got an A. There was a goofy guy in the next row who flunked the class. .
FLUNKED the class??
In his defense, I suspect his goofiness may not have been the cause of his downfall, but rather, as this thread has quite well shown, it was your racy cheerleader suit..

The defense rests..
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I agree.
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