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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 18th, 2011, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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Any fans of Black (HBCU)Marching band Dance lines?

The best dance squads in this country IMO all belong to the many great Historically Black College & University dance lines... These ladies grace Saturday football games with class, style and excitement. They not only work the field at halftime, but also throw some out of this world 8- counts in the stands, and all squads have there own uniquely originality. Every squad has a cute nick name such as the The prancing J-Settes, The Dancing Dolls, Golden Delight, The Motion of the Ocean, The Stingettes, The Oh La Las etc. Any other fans of these fabulous ladies, it's serious business in the gay black world.

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Re: Any fans of Black (HBCU)Marching band Dance lines?

I like the cheerleaders one more (dissing each other; philosophical issues with respect to cheering styles, etc...)

Still good stuff.

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Re: Any fans of Black (HBCU)Marching band Dance lines?

Originally Posted by kiwifan View Post
I like the cheerleaders one more (dissing each other; philosophical issues with respect to cheering styles, etc...)

Still good stuff.
You know peeps don't leave their seats during halftime until both bands are off the field.

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