It has started! This weekend was the first weekend that I have seen JOCO girls being pimped for school fund raising. You know what I am talking about. The teenage girls dressed in bikini tops and boy shorts standing on corners wanting to wash your car for free. This isn't a new thing by any means but it is still funny as hell when you break it down.

Parents/Schools need money for activities and equipment

The participants in these activities are attractive women that under most circumstances just looking at them could get you 20 years in prison.

Parents don't want to dip into their wine fund to send Brittany to Cheer Camp.

Parents get with school officials and offer to have their girls stand on corners barely dressed begging for money.

Middle aged men pull into parking lot and get car washed by other less attractive girls.

Middle aged man feels guilty for the enjoyment he gets from this free car wash and decides to make a donation.

Parents/Coaches/Teachers come up to middle aged man and take money and thank him for drooling over their kid.

If this crap happened in any other county besides JOCO the FBI would be conducting raids and linking this to craigslist. God Bless JOCO.


  1. It's a good teaching tool for these kids. They have to earn money so they can participate in their activities.

    So many times we complain about how these JOCO brats are spoiled with a new (or mom's old) BMW or Lexus.

    I think this is a good way to teach them a little responsibility and how one must work to get the things they need and want.

    Heck, with the clothes these girls wear on a normal day, there isn't much left to the imagination anyway! May as well use it to their advantage.

  2. Fear not, this happens elsewhere too.
    Here in Ohio the girls high school volleyball team was out in front of a convenience store asking for donations or selling something, I don't remember.
    God is my witness, their little outfits looked to be painted on.
    I wanted to go back and make a second donation.
    I want to start going to their games now.