12/15/13

Mini Skirt Monday #173 : More Cheerleaders


I haven't done a cheerleader Miniskirt Monday since January 2012.  Which is a shame since no other "profession's" uniform is so indelibly tied to the majestic mini.  Sure, tennis players and stewardesses went through miniskirt phases, but none have stayed true to the mini as steadfastly as the cheerleader.  Once the girls ditched the long dresses in the early sixties, it was miniskirts only up until hot pants offered some competition in the late seventies.

You could almost say Retrospace owes the cheerleader another post. And so, here it is.


(Please note that some of these may be flag twirlers and majorettes - not cheerleaders proper.  Just want to avoid getting corrected by the nitpickers among you.)

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6 comments:

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  2. Thanks! Great post, but now I have "Oh Micky, you're so fine, you blow my mind, oh Micky" is stuck in my head.

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  3. Gilligan, you've outdone yourself again.

    Looking at the second pic and seeing their sponsor and the orthopedic shoes, all I can think of is them calling themselves the Fighting Lunch Ladies.

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  4. Oh my.

    They actually had some male cheerleaders in a state where the Confederate flag is still a thing?

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  5. #30 and #31: please see a dentist!

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  6. #29. That gorgeous hunk of woman cannot be a high schooler. She had to have been the advisor, and no doubt was very popular with the male student population.

    Cheerleaders never did it for me in high school, I don't know why. I used to scope out the advisor, Mrs. Waters, who never was shy about wearing minis.

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