Saturday, August 5, 2006

KSK Weekend Special: It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

We wouldn't let you go an entire weekend without cheerleaders. Oh, you poor readers, stuck laughing it up at a Big Daddy Drew piece instead of ogling Hot Cheerleader Ass. Well, at least somebody out there in the blogosphere was picking up our slack, finding a former Sea Gal in the pages of Maxim. (See, we would have never found that -- we're much too highbrow for Maxim. We prefer more challending reading, like the New Yorker and Juggs. Well, except Footsteps Falco. He died recently from autoerotic asphyxiation with a copy of not-at-all-about-fishing Rod & Pole open next to him.)

Anyway, while we're on the subject of the Sea Gals (not to mention asphyxiation, as airway constriction is all too familiar to Seattle fans), here are last year's Sea Gals decked out in sexy little referee uniforms. I'm guessing this was a really popular gimmick with Seahawks fans until, oh, I'd say around February 5th or so. I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess that this won't happen again in 2006. Not unless they do some kind of interpretive dance with strap-ons.

Ed Hochuli is totally jealous of how tight their shirts are.

Anyway, this wasn't just a photo shoot. The Sea Gals wore these stripes for the halftime show of last October's game against the mighty Texans, a long-ass routine done with cheerleading squads from the Seattle area... the halftime show, not the game, that is. You can watch it here.

If you choose to watch it, I must warn you: Don McLean was referring to this dance mix when he sang about the day the music died. It's horrendous. I listened to five and a half minutes of it before I left the room to tear the head off a kitten. But the video is still a little funny: the high school cheerleaders are all, "I'm busting my ass and risking spinal injury to pull off this basket catch, and those Sea Gal bitches shake their tits and do a kick line?"

Yay! Life is fair for pretty people!


Anonymous said...

some of those sea gals had skills suspiciously similar to sally o'malley ("i like to KICK! STRETCH! AND KICK!")

and did you notice that after the sea gals had finished their second routine, the high school cheerleaders were brought back out onto the field to the song, "who let the dogs out?"

Anonymous said...

Nice Sea Bags.