Tuesday, June 29, 2010

We are cheerleaders!

Not sure I'm going to make it through 2 more days of this. We have a total of 147 rooms in our hotel. High school cheerleaders are taking up 100 of them. There are 4 girls to a room. You do the math. Complaint after complaint. These girls are loud, disrespectful and annoying. With that said I was a teenage girl once, a loud teenage girl so I understand to a point. I think I have always had something against cheerleaders. It's like the only group I automatically judge. I had friends that were cheerleaders but I was on dance company and so there was a little head butting. There comments crack me up. Here are a couple of them:
"How do you make the water go from the faucet to come out of the shower head?"
When entering the elevator from our top floor She asks, "Going up or down?"

The hallways reek of hairspray and they have plastered their names on their doors because they can't seem to remember their room numbers, some even have pictures because they don't know how to spell their names.

Okay, I'm being a little harsh but imagine running the front desk of the hotel these girls are staying at. Tumbling down the hallways at midnight, singing along to songs on their ipod at early hours in the morning. Too much to handle. I'm sorry traveling business men.


  1. When I first posted this I tried to do one cheerleader but for some reason it did a dozen. It kind of works after reading my post. Haha.

  2. It does work. It made a lot more sense once I read it!

    I would think cheerleaders would be a lesbians dream?! I guess I have been proven wrong!

  3. I'm more into the actress/basketball player type. Ü

  4. Don't worry, Elise. I am right there with you. I HATE cheerleaders. If ever one of my daughters becomes one, I will promptly shoot myself in the foot to distract from the pain of having a cheerleader for a daughter.

  5. Hahahaha! That's awful. I don't know that I'd go that far, and I hate to see it but Emma is a cheerleader in the making.