Skip to comments.Baseball Team Starting All-Obese Cheerleading Squad (Florida Marlins)
Posted on 02/24/2008 8:03:08 AM PST by Cagey
MIAMI -- The Florida Marlins are looking for a few good men. Specifically, very large men.
The team is hosting auditions for baseball's first all-male, all-obese cheerleading squad: the Manatees.
Organizers said they want "big bellies with the biggest jiggle, big feet with the best dance moves and enthusiasm that will rock Marlins fans out of their seats."
The guys will perform at Friday and Saturday home games this season.
No experience is necessary. But don't expect to get paid either.
The seven to ten men who are drafted will only get tickets to games.
Nine to go.
D*mn. Now I’m sorry I lost that 65 lbs. I coulda been a contenda!
That would make them the “Huge Manatees”, right?
The Dallas Mavericks have done this for a while. They are the Maverick Maniacs.
Big bellies? Look no further...
I bet he can bust a move too.
There was supposed to be a picture there of guy with a big belly in my post. It was there in my ‘post preview’ but it didn’t show up when I posted it.
I looked up the properties for the photo and now it’s working for me. He just about shot my eye out with that gut!
Does it show the red "X" box? Because the "X" doesn't appear over here.
I'll try posting another picture.
Tell me if you see anything.
Can you please do me a favor and get the properties from fatty guy, post it and see if it shows up for you.
This doesn’t always work, but when a red x comes up you can place the mouse pointer over it and right click. At that point you will see “properties” at the bottom. Choose it, copy the URL address and then paste it in the browser. Go back to the page you were on and it may appear. It worked for the “fatty guy”. LOL
1m on Dis thRe^D...
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