Mr. Trooper: Proof of the Social Importance of Cheerleaders
To demonstrate gratitude to the US troops fighting overseas -- and encourage other people to do it, too -- musician Astara Mink came up with "Mr. Trooper," a smoky, sugary-sweet '40s-style anthem.
The video was done pro-bono and directed by Scott McCullough. It features five all-American sex kittens (including Mink) that occasionally wear teeny little polos, and other times wear nothing but the Stars and Stripes. They do things like simper and dance in tandem. There's even one of those scenes where they lie on the ground and make snowflake shapes with their legs.
Families with a soldier of their own can buy a Mr. Trooper video here. As for the heterosexual female troops, we're sure somebody's coming up with a showtune for you too. Well ... don't hold us to that.
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Not one of the five SKs can sing harmony?
Oh well, at least each one has her patented eye roll thing going.
Oh, and 3 minutes of credits for a 3 minute routine?? Ri-ight.
Yeah, I was scared when I first saw how long the video was. And then the credits started rolling and it was like, "Ohhhh."