Found May 23, 2012 on
How we let this one slip by is mind boggling. Of course the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders were in the Bahamas earlier this month to shoot the team’s bikini calendar. Guess we were busy staring at Cowboys cheerleader asses. Anyway, this one looks like your normal shoot. Sand, water, chicks with giant boobs, surf, sun, blah, blah, blah.
Sorry, ladies, it’s going to take a better effort to ever get to the DCC level. At what point does one of these bikini shoots take place at some lucky fan’s pool? Seriously, guys with pools enter a drawing where the girls will come out and shoot in their backyards. Not the entire calendar, but at least a couple pics are snapped off in ‘Chuck’s’ pool.
You get a pool company to sponsor it. BOOM! WINNER! The hell with the Bahamas. At this point I have plenty of those calendars.
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