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Rejected cheerleaders take revenge on super hot role model coach

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 16, 2009

Nothing says "let's do it" like a dune buggy and board shorts.

Hell hath no furry like a woman scorned especially if the woman is teenager who was deemed not good enough to make the cheerleading squad. 

In what could be an awesome after school special snotty nosed bitches that were cut from the cheerleading squad at Casa Roble High school in Orangevale, CA. took revenge in the form of exposing their role model coach for posing for Playboy. Of course the result of this was the coach getting fired. 

“What apparently uncovered the coach was when some girls didn’t make the cheerleading squad because they had a few unexcused absences from school. Their parents then made copies of Christine and dropped the pictures on the principal’s desk. Christine was then fired from her position at Casa Robles High School. 

“And I was in shock that I knew the girls had seen it and knew about it,” a parent told CBS13. A lot of parents and faculty are talking and looking. “The whole football team has seen it,” says one parent.” 

Christine was featured as Playboy’s Cyber Girl of the Week for the second week in February. As to why it took this long for the news to come out is a mystery to me, but I’m sure the principal debated “long and hard” over what to do. Hell yeah that pun was very much intended. 

I don’t know about everyone else, but if any of the female teachers from MY school had been in Playboy, I’d be more frightened than aroused. 

This brings home the central point that today’s youth need to understand: If somebody wrongs you, fairly or not, find anything out about them through any means available to ruin them emotionally, financially or personally. This was the only decision to be made. Just like it has been scientifically proven that girls don’t shit, teachers are never, ever naked. The minute we let them start thinking they’re real people is the minute we lose the children. (That whole paragraph is sarcasm defined by the way)

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