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Classification Essay One year after I graduated from Denham Springs High School I was invited to the Homecoming football game I went and as watched the football team I could not help but notice all the new cheerleaders I was once a cheerleader at Denham Springs High It was very important to me A cheerleader was who I was I was always at practicing cheering and if I was not practicing I was thinking about cheering After being a cheerleader for twelve years one begins to notice the different types of cheerleaders There are three main types lazy serious and peppy The lazy cheerleaders are the ones who are not stiff and their voices are never heard due to the fact they just mouth the cheers These girls never stunt because their ankles are too weak Most have no facial expression and do not care if the crowd is into the game This cheerleader never practices outside of cheerleading practice They never call the cheers and in between cheers they just stand there instead of yelling we are 1 or kicking These cheerleaders do not ever seem to be having fun because they do not smile For example my friend made the cheerleading squad She worked hard in tryouts but after she made the squad she thought since she had already made it she did not have to work anymore The serious cheerleader is stiff and always sticks her moves on the while cheering and when up in the air in stunt These types of cheerleader are loud but will rarely start a cheer by calling a cheer It is obvious that they shout from their stomach and not their throat These cheerleaders are more worried about doing moves correctly than having fun or getting the crowd fired up for the team Most never have a smile on their face These cheerleaders practice day and night This type of cheerleader thinks that perfection is
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