The NFL celebrates breast cancer awareness in the month of October and their cheerleaders wear pink themed uniforms to honor this great cause. But if you ask me, I think the pink jackets were a bit too much, especially on a mostly warm October day. It’s just too much pink. When I edited these photos, I became color blind at looking at all this pink. Pink is a bright color. It’s a very saturated color. It’s a very contrasty color. And if you stare at it too long, your eyes begin to see other colors differently.
Don’t me wrong, I support the cause, but I am a Charger Girl uniform purist. I think the Charger Girls have the best uniforms in the NFL, by far. So, my suggestion for next year would be to wear the standard uniform with a pink ribbon. Simple, clean and elegant.
In my original article, I discovered that Culture was a Charger Girl back in 1999, my first year as a Charger season ticket holder. I am ashamed to admit it, but I didn’t believe her at first because I swear I thought she was in her early 20’s. So, congratulations to Culture for trying out again after so many years…and making the squad. What an inspiration for us all. Bravo!
This is Emma, our resident Charger Girl from Australia. Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Oye! Oye! Oye! Honestly I don’t know what that means, I think its a greeting between Aussies. Kind of like when guys from Jersey say, “Yo!”
Got some cool shots of Hayley.
This is Jessie. She used to be a Clippers Spirit dancer along with Lauren P. I think they look better in the Charger Girl uniform, don’t you think? Coincidentally, they both go to USC.
I’ve always liked Katie. She’s a great dancer and extremely photogenic. Needless to say, when I found out she was a Laker Girl, my opinion of her skyrocketed.
Go Lakers! Beat the Celtics!
She a true fan of the game as well. Much respect.
Here’s our second former Clippers Spirit dancer. I must say I do prefer them as Charger Girls. We are fortunate to have them.
Love this photo of Starkesha.
I must say I had a most difficult time getting photos with a clean background. When the Patriots come to town, we get media from all over the country and there were a lot of photographers on the sidelines…way too many. It is getting more and more difficult to get clean shots of the Charger Girls. And the field crew placed a fence in the most inauspicious place…the keep off the grass fence…now why would you need such a thing on the sidelines of a football game?
You know, no one ever stays on the warning track…they’re always on the grass…so what’s the point of the fence? It always something at a Charger game…and I pay top dollar for these inexplicable nuisances.
Oh well, that’s all for this week. The next game…October 31st against the Tennessee Titans and you know what that means... Charger Girls in Halloween costumes!