Ask any cheer coach what one of the hardest parts of their job is and the unanimous answer will be- parents. So how exactly do you avoid being THAT cheer parent? Read below to find out the things that cheer parents do that drive coaches crazy.
Just a list of dumb stuff that makes me insane.
Ordering at Starbucks There is something about Starbucks that short-circuits something in my brain the moment I walk in.
I can hardly remember how to order anything. I put the blame squarely upon the shoulders of Starbucks. All I want is a coffee, a large coffee.
Just a basic coffee. I stand behind all these confident people, who are laughing and smiling in anticipation of their delicious beverage.
It usually goes something like this: Hi, Welcome to Starbucks, what can I get for you today? Hi, how are you.? And then I would like a white chocolate raspberry smoothie with 4 sprigs of lemon grass and a hint of paprika with a double swirl of cappuccino and 2 shots of 5 Hour Energy Drink and a side of Macaroons.
Washing Silverware One of the chores I take responsibility at home is doing the dishes. I do it the old school way, by hand. And forget about getting something out of a spatula. Oh no problem, let me ram this steak knife into my cranium.
The house is quiet, the night has crept in and all is dark. You wake up with a need to drink the tallest glass of water in the world. So, silently, you make your way through the house toward the kitchen, hoping not to wake anyone.
That jolt of agonizing pain that rips through your body in seconds. You yelp out in pain and lose all basic motor functions, usually resulting in you tumbling down to the floor and taking every loud object in the room with you crashing to the floor.
You stumble toward a light and look down at the Alvin the Chipmunk happy meal toy that just tried to climb its way into your foot.
And why is he laughing? Having to Explain a Joke I have a strange sense of humor, and in what can only be described as narcissism, I believe that I can come up with some pretty creative and hilarious things to say. I understand why there are commercials.Crazy Salad and Scribble Scribble: Some Things About Women and Notes on Media - Kindle edition by Nora Ephron.
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I originally introduced the term “orthorexia” in the article below, published in the October issue of Yoga Journal. Some of the things I said in the article are no longer true of me.
It Drives Me Crazy When People Say These Things About Adoption Everyone in the adoption community hears them, but I’ve been surprised how often these statements come up. Amy Harmon September 07, Here are a few of the routine questions and comments that drive me crazy.
Grandparents are some of the most important figures in any child's life, and nobody wants to set a bad example! To ensure your grandkids the happiest family environment imaginable, there are a few. Anh-Thu Nguyen Francis Williams ENGL Feb 11, The person who can drive me crazy I always try to be nice with everyone.
And that personality sometime brings me many problems. One of things that made me regret the most was accepted my classmate, Ivy, became my roommate.
when I realized a car was coming up behind me very fast. I expected them to go around me since there was no one in the other lane to stop them.
Instead, they got right up behind me and scared the crap out of me! At first I thought it was a cop, but when I looked closer in my rear view mirror, I realized it was just a bunch of teenagers.