When Juig for the first time at Netflix’s premiere, it’s safe to say no one expected the Navarro cheerleading team to become an overnight sensation. The world has been obsessed with the Texas team and their annual goal of winning a championship. And now the hit program is back for another year of intense competition, plus the challenge of preparing for a global pandemic.
This season is undoubtedly heavier than the first. Not only does the pandemic test the determination of the team, but the program must also address the arrest of Jerry Harris, one of the breakout stars of the entire series. Many of the stars of the first season also come on their last year at Navarro. It’s now or never if they want to get another victory. The input is higher than before, with the whole world also looking at whether Navarro can achieve another victory and prove its value.
After an abundance of Netflix Juig, it’s easy to feel like an expert in all things cheerleading. You can explain to a stranger on the street what a full house is, or the intricacies of a pyramid. Yet there are a few mysteries to which viewers do not get all the answers during the documentary, one of which is a Navarro acronym that was never explained on the program: FIOFMU.
It is not mentioned by the cheerleaders, but it is seen often enough in the program, you can not help wondering: what does it mean? Well, scroll down to find out.
Here’s what the acronym FIOFMU stands for Juig.
What does FIOFMU stand for Juig?
According to Women’s health, Aldama says it’s not uncommon for teams to have secret acronyms among themselves. In the second season, rival Trinity Valley Community College has their own acronym, “CFCC”, they also often shout.
“It’s just an acronym for something we like to keep to ourselves. It’s your encouragement to go through it. [the cheerleading season] and put you together as a family, “says Aldama.
A since deleted Urban Dictionary post can be the clue to what it means. According to the website, FIOFMU could mean “Wipe it out f *** em up.” Although Kayla Culver, who says she’s a former Navarro cheerleader on Twitter, explained why the team will never confirm what it actually means.
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Think we will never know for sure.
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