Top 7 Cameltoes in Cheerleading

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    Sure you’ve seen our Top 5 Cheerleaders With Thickness.   And you’ve probably seen our Top 9 Cheerleader Leg Kicks.   Most of you have seen our Top 5 Cheerleaders That Hate Augmentation.   But you have NOT seen our Top 7 Cameltoes of Cheerleading.  That’s because IT-JUST-HAPPENED!

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    We’ve comprised a list of the best (based on accent, depth, and overall contour) 7 cameltoes in cheerleading.  Are they real?  Are they computer generated?  We may never know, and may never care.  Please take a moment today to recognize the participants….

     

     

    #7 -  She’s a Chiefs Cheerleader….but more importantly… she’s got a Chief-Sized Cameltoe.  Before we proceed, let us take a moment to recognize the Wild Camel Protection Foundation (WCPF).    Thank you…..  

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    #6 - Don’t let her soft tummy distract you.  This cheerleader has a Grade 2 CT.  By the time this game reaches the 4th quarter, expect a ferocious Grade 3.   Actually, this one is pretty weak…our bad.  Keep reading…

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    #5  – Well, well, well.  Look who showed up…The Peachy Pussycat (Reeee-owwww!).  Her cameltoe is just shy of regulation so we can’t approve it. We suspect this toe to be photoshopped, but nonetheless, she should be proud….and so should you. Yeah you, big guy.  Go get yourself another Snickers from the vending machine.  STAT!

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    #4  – Refeshing to see that “somebody” isn’t afraid to be natural.  Dainty, but beware of her cat-like speed and reflexes.  Another round of applause for a beautiful girl, with a beautiful toe…

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    #3 –  Delightful.  Cute.  Warm.  Fun…..like a soft bunny.  Yeahhhhh….that sounded Gayyyyyy…..

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    #2  – The Mercedes Benz of cameltoes, folks.  Built for speed, yet surprisingly comfortable at high speeds.  BIG round of applause this Texas Torpedo…

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