Cheerleaders really have no business washing cars.
Cuz really? They're not very good at it.
What they are good at is ...
* In other words, shaking their booty.
* Throwing water at each other.
* Soaping each other -- thoroughly!
* And attracting more cars than I thought humanly possible.
Why, you ask?
Oh, foolish mortals. Do the math:
Cheerleaders + tee-shirts + water = $$$$$$$$$$
Oh, the cheerleader carwash. What a beautiful thing it is.
*insert laughter -- bordering on hysteria -- here*
Why, yes, the Roo-girl's cheer team DID wash cars this weekend.
Which explains why MY back is killing me this morning -- several days later.
What? You think the cheerleaders did all the work? No, indeed.
They did the soap-soap-soaping of the vehicles (but mostly of each other), and a parent or two manned the rinsing spray hose (although it was brave of them to stand that close to teenage girls armed with soapy, wet sponges).
Then a bunch of the rest of us were given towels with which to dry said vehicles. In my three-hour shift, I firmly believe I wiped down about 500 cars -- and a firetruck.
And wiping down they needed, too, since, when they got to us dryers, there were still little remnants of tree whatevers and bird pooty.
Oh, and soap suds.
But everyone knows that when cheerleaders wash your car, you have to get a REAL carwash later, right?
Because it's really only about giggling, dancing, soap suds and wet tee-shirts.