Saturday, November 7, 2009

The Cheerleader Effect

This concept is simple to understand. Don’t fall victim to the cheerleader effect. When a group of women seems hot but only as a group, just like cheerleaders. They seem good-looking, but take each one of them individually and you get different results. Get them away from their crowd, and they're not so good-looking (ugly). Again, don’t fall victim to this illusion. Observe closely before you make a move. You have been warned.


P.S. I debated whether this should be effect/affect for like 15 minutes before posting. Still not sure therefore I’m calling the effect/affect rule in English grammar the most complicated rule ever. Any help on the correct rules of using effect/affect would be appreciated.


  1. Generally speaking, affect is a verb and effect is a noun. When you affect something, you produce an effect on it.

  2. how i met your mother
    good choice :)