Alabama High School Cheerleaders Create Big Banner with Huge Spelling Error
To be fair, banners rarely come with spell check.
Busted Coverage spotted a rather humorous gaffe featured at a recent preseason game between Alabama high schools Hoover and Florence.
As they report, the visiting Hoover is fairly adept at football, "Time to get ready for the tough regular season and the hunt for another 6A state championship. They have seven titles since 2000 and in 2006 were ranked preseason #1 – in the nation – by USA Today."
According to the following images, they don't do so well when it comes to spelling, however.
Here is a very passionate Instagram from David Berrens.
One imagines the cheerleaders had inner conflict similar to that of Joey Tribbiani who once wondered whether it was "supposedly" or "supposably."
Busted Coverage spotted some more thoughts on the matter from social media circles.
hoover cheerleaders.... come on now. pic.twitter.com/IjmGpLlKXc— katie green (@katie_green4) August 23, 2013
It could very well be the wrinkle in the banner, but it even looks like the "A" is in a different font, calling attention to the mishap in much the same way Kevin Hart shouts his jokes.
Chin up, Hoover cheerleaders, because these things just happen. Even Red Sox fans can suffer the occasional spelling fail as this man did in an attempt to make Alex Rodriguez look foolish, via CJ Fogler.
"A-Rod = A Looser" - Come on Boston... http://t.co/B8VFQN8tZ8— CJ Sugarpova (@cjzero) August 19, 2013
It seems the best way to get your witty banner regarded as gibberish is to misspell one of the words. In this case, the cheerleaders could have saved themselves a lot of grief with a gallon of Wite-Out or one of those annoying bells they have at the National Spelling Bee.
Just don't hold this crew responsible for making banners from here on out. Those duties should probably go to some other students for the time being.
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