A High School Cheerleader In Texas Can Do Cheers In 13 Different Languages

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 21 March 2023

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Paris is considered one of the best high school cheerleaders in the Lone Star state.

GALVESTON, Texas - (Sports Spoof) - Sportsapalooza writer Pia Confetti recently stumbled upon an extraordinary high school cheerleader.

Meet Paris Boochee, aka "The Rah Rah Girl". At only 17 years old, Paris can cheer on her team, The Nolan Ryan Rattlesnakes, in 13 different languages. That's right, not one, not two, but thirteen!

When asked about her multilingual skills, Paris told Pia that both her parents were language teachers at Left Coast College in Carpinteria, California and Mom once told her, her Dad was a very cunning linguist.

Little Paris was a prodigy and started speaking eight languages before she could even spell her name. And as if that wasn't impressive enough, she also sings in seven languages, including Whale Song.

Pia couldn't resist asking if Paris knew any curse words, to which Paris giggled and replied, "Well, butter my biscuit, of course! I know over 280 cuss words in all 13 languages, including lost phrases such as 'flibbertigibbet' and 'noodlehead.'"

SIDENOTE: Some of the languages that Paris can speak include Klingon, Pig Latin, Dothraki, and even Parseltongue - yes, she can even whisper sweet-nothings to your snake!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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