Cheerleading Quotes

Quotes tagged as "cheerleading" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Kami Garcia
“They really hate you, yes they do. They hate everyone, how 'bout you?”
Kami Garcia, Beautiful Creatures

Ilona Andrews
“When in doubt, poke the beehive with a stick to see if anything interesting flies out.
I clapped my hands. 'I had no idea Pit teams had such pretty cheerleaders. Can you do it again, but with more spirit this time?”
Ilona Andrews, Magic Strikes

Joss Stirling
“They grabbed me and up I went. My shriek probably could've been heard in England. It certainly brought the basketball coach and the rest of the boys running in the belief that someone was being brutally murdered.
I don't think Mrs. Green will be picking me for the squad.”
Joss Stirling, Finding Sky

Kristin Walker
“Rhythm? Not only do I have to defy gravity. I have to have rhythm while I do it?”
Kristin Walker, A Match Made in High School

“Football players throw a 3 pound ball in the air, but cheerleaders throw a 100 pound girl in the air and catch her.”

Jennifer Lynn Barnes
“At that point in time, there were three things in life that I knew for certain: (1) I was a girl who’d never met a site she couldn’t hack or a code she couldn’t break, (2) I had a roundhouse that could put a grown man in the hospital, and (3) I would without question chop off my own hands before I’d come within five feet of a pom-pom”
Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Perfect Cover

Margaret Peterson Haddix
“Ah, jeez... She really is a cheerleader.' And it seemed suddenly that this was true- not because she was an airhead or a hottie or a nonjock, but because she could throw herself so wholeheartedly into someone else's cause, because she could care so much and try so hard from the sidelines.”
Margaret Peterson Haddix, Found

“Those skirts are crunchy toast! Santana Lopez bent over in hers the other day, and I swear I could see her ovaries.”
Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan

“Open Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose!”

Jake Byrne
“At a play-off game with the Chargers, goose bumps ran down my arms as I rushed through the smoke-filled tunnel onto the field. The energy and voices of 70,000 screaming fans can turn even a veteran player’s determined squint into the wide eyes of a child on Christmas morning.
While the cheerleaders performed and urged on the crowd, running back Danny Woodhead turned to me. “Can you believe we get to do this?”
Jake Byrne, First and Goal: What Football Taught Me About Never Giving Up

LaToya Hankins
“OMG Danita, it’s hopeless out here,” I moaned while we sat watching her son’s football game. I did not want to laugh, but he looked so cute struggling to run up the field bearing his weight in equipment. As he worked on his Heisman’s highlight reel, the
cheerleaders, including his sister Nia, shook their pom-poms as if casting
out demons.”
LaToya Hankins, SBF Seeking

Megan Abbott
“All those posters and PSAs and health class presentations on body image and the way you can burst blood vessels in your face and rupture your esophagus if you can’t stop ramming those sno balls down your throat every night, knowing they’ll have to come back up again, you sad weak girl.
Because of all this, Coach surely can’t tell a girl, a sensitive, body-conscious teenage girl, to get rid of the tender little tuck around her waist, can she?
She can.
Coach can say anything.

And there’s Emily, keening over the toilet bowl after practice, begging me to kick her in the gut so she can expel the rest, all that cookie dough and cool ranch, the smell making me roil. Emily, a girl made entirely of donut sticks, cheese powder, and haribo.
I kick, I do.
She would do the same for me.”
Megan Abbott, Dare Me