Quotes and Sayings about Cheerleaders

Quotes and Sayings about Cheerleaders

No, that's not how life works. There's only, like, three ways to become popular: To be a cheerleader, to work at Abercrombie, or to let guys go in the back door.
Stephanie Conway in Senior Year
Guys, what kind of psycho world is this where the cheerleaders don't get invited to a party?
Stephanie Conway in Senior Year
You play football? That's cute. We throw 100 pound girls instead of 2 pound footballs. Oh, and we actually always catch ours.
As we raise our arms, we raise your spirits!
What an inspiration to girls all over the country who are too ugly to be cheerleaders.
John Smith in Pitch Perfect
Cheerleaders - we don't sweat, we sparkle.
You have just become victims of the cheerleader-effect. Glad you asked: The cheerleader-effect is when a group of women seems hot, but only as a group. Just like with cheerleaders. They seem hot, but take each one of them individually? Sled dogs!
Barney Stinson in How I Met Your Mother - Season 4 Episode 7
Cheerleaders - it's hard to be humble when you can jump, stunt and tumble.
Don't say cheerleaders aren't athletes until you've been one!
I'm loud, proud and I cheer the crowd.
Forget the glass slippers - this princess wears cheer shoes.
While we may not hit the field, we rock the world!

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9 out of the top 10 drug makers spent more on marketing, than they did on research. Drug companies are a bit like highschool boyfriends. They're much more concerned with getting inside you, than being effective once they're in there.
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Just remember, high school, it mostly sucks. But it's one time in your life. You're gonna be okay.
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What I really love about sports isn't winning, ya know? It's having to fight and struggle and give it all you got to reach the top.
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When you're rowing a race and you get to the last 20 meters your entire body is telling you to stop. Your muscles are on fire. Your lungs are screaming at you. Everything inside you wants to quit, make the pain go away. But if you want to win, that's exactly when you dig deeper and you row harder.
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If you say you plan to retire in two or three years, you've already retired.
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Every single one of us is so unique and that's awesome. Why fit in when you can stand out?
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Whatever you do in this life, it's not legendary, unless your friends are there to see it.
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It's like my dad always says: "Always give a hundred percent, unless you're donating blood or getting a divorce."
Sweat is the urine of the skin.
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It's only once you've stopped, that you realize how hard it is to start again. So you force yourself not to want it.
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