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"Call Me Maybe" US Troops in Ahgahnistan vs Miami D Cheerleaders
Posted on 04/14/2013 4:17:30 AM PDT by CGASMIA68
This is fascinating. The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders did a dance video to Call Me Maybe. U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan saw it and did their own version, matching the cheerleaders scene-by scene. Here are the two videos together.
TOPICS: Humor; Military/Veterans
KEYWORDS: hotbabes; troopshavingfun
The girls are hot and the guys are funny. Site got some other comical stuff too
posted on 04/14/2013 4:17:31 AM PDT
posted on 04/14/2013 4:17:49 AM PDT
Yeah, buddy...I'm sure our enemies are shaking in their boots over this.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
posted on 04/14/2013 4:46:41 AM PDT
by wku man
(We are the 53%! www.7161.com/streamer.cfm?dt_track_id=21356)
Thanks for the laugh. Soldiers win!
posted on 04/14/2013 4:51:53 AM PDT
by Jimmy Valentine's brother
(01-21-13, Obama declares war on The Constitution of the United States)
Every one of those cheerleaders should call the soldier who mimaced them, no maybes!
That was really well done. I had a couple of Broncos cheerleaders visit me when I was in physical therapy last year.
NFL Cheerleaders do a lot more than just show up at the game. They do a lot of charitable stuff, like visiting hospitals. And that's in addition to their 'day gig'. The two who visited me were both teachers.
posted on 04/14/2013 6:16:31 AM PDT
by real saxophonist
(I have to return some videotapes.)
Cool. Those guys have obviously spent way too much time watching that video.
posted on 04/14/2013 4:37:05 PM PDT
(You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
Give’em a break there in Afghanistan....Burkas aint sexy
Nothing wrong with spending too much time looking at that video.
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