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Last night I got to go live a high school memory. I went to a PowderPuff football game. The last one that I went to was in 1980 my sophomore year in high school. The game I went to last night was my adopted niece's game. They still just have the teams as Freshmen/Seniors and Sophomore/Juniors. The game from my day was to have the real high school football team act as the cheerleaders. It was so funny to watch those big players to actually, believe it or not, wearing cheerleader uniforms. The game last night did have a homecoming court that was very funny having the men wear dresses as the actual homecoming court would. Each of the girl players also had football type nicknames like 'The Terminator'. Almost forgot the 'homecoming court' also had each of those participants have humorous bio's to go along with their old dresses. The image could be a bus taking the team to an away game. It was a great night game. I had a lot of fun.


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MegL wrote on October 31, 2018, 1:39 PM

Hi Mark, great memories there. It's fun to relive something that has lasted so long!

PS, could you put the full Pixabay address on your photos please, thanks. I think it was this one? https://pixabay.com/en/school-bus-usa-vehicle-america-582062/

Last Edited: October 31, 2018, 1:41 PM

markgraham wrote on October 31, 2018, 2:40 PM

I just did what I did all those years ago. I will try again. That picture is on my computer in my files. Could I just put my picture.

lookatdesktop wrote on October 31, 2018, 6:26 PM

I usually post Pics from Pixabay and the way I do it is download a low res small size image and provide the image information for it. If you upload an image of your own, simply provide your name and image information. If possible try to use watermarks in images. How to make a watermark: A quick and easy way to protect your photos - from DIGITAL TRENDS https://www.digitaltrends.com/photography/how-to-make-a-watermark/