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  1. Ignorami is offline
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    Announce your cup so that it may be filled



    Having been on Bullshido a little while, it's my turn to become a sheep and start training BJJ.

    I've had one lesson, and before my second lesson tonight, I have been giving it a lot of thought. This thinking has raised an important question, that I need answering early in my BJJ career, before it's too late.

    I know there have been discussions on here about whether to wear a cup, with people advocating both sides of the argument. I value my man-pods greatly, and have decided I will be wearing one.

    My question is, should I publicly and regularly announce it?

    I will be combat-cuddling in close and personal proximity with both male and female partners, who I am sure will quickly realise that i have something hard in my groin pressing against their flesh.

    If I don't mention it, then probably they will feel it and think "he's wearing a box", but a small percentage may think 'ew, boner...I thought he'd be bigger'.

    Whereas if I do, all of them will think: 'That guy banging his crotch and shouting "I haven't got a stiffy!" is a mental'.

    Don't mind amusing cock answers in the thread, but would appreciate some genuine protocol advice too.


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    Posted On:
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    I'd have it announced in all its glory on a rash guard.

    No excuses then for people not knowing.
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    Personally I've never worn the cup, just compression shorts, but I dont think you need to be announcing anything. If anyone asks just say its to accentuate your natual bulge.
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    I never wore a cup when rolling, but then I competed in a BJJ tournament where one was required. So I tried on out a few weeks before the comp and noticed that I just wasn't used to it. It wasn't comfortable. I got a little more aclimated to it after a while, but stopped wearing it again after the comp. I did know who all wore cups after rolling with them a few times, but never really thought anything of it.

    On that note I wear one every time I stick fight after taking a shot to the balls one time! Not making that mistake again! I roll frequently while stick fighting and now, don't really notice a difference. So I guess if I would have been wearing one all along then it wouldn't have been wierd when I put one on before the BJJ comp.

    On a side note, don't leave the cup laying around the house. I was watching TV one day when one of my kids walked by as he was using my cup as a phone. You never want that!
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    Posted On:
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    I don't go into the gym without my cup on.

    Generally a good idea to wear it while grappling, you don't have to get an armbar too far wrong to end up with an elbow in the nads.

    I don't announce the fact that I'm wearing it, but I generally ask my partner if they're wearing one before engaging in any sort of sparring or rolling, just to avoid potential issues.

    That said, I've never trained actual BJJ so I'm not sure of the protocol there.
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    People will not mistake your cup for Ignorami ardor. There is no need to announce anything. Don't forget, they all have experience in this area, while you do not.

    I tend to wear a cup and a mouthpiece. I've run into too many mat spazzes over the years to do otherwise. Many didn't mean to repeatedly knee me in the groin, but it happened anyway.
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    Posted On:
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    Just wear it outside your pants. It's sexier like that anyways.

    I also don't wear a cup. It's annoying, and if I lose the capactiy to father a child I, along with the rest of world, will rejoice.
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    Re: Announce your cup so that it may be filled

    While I'm here, can somebody recommend a comfortable line of cups? All jokes aside, I feel like my junk should not look like a mold every time I take my cup off. And before I get any silly replies, yes, I bought the biggest cup at Wal Mart. Width is fine, but damn I need some depth!

    Suggestions, plz???
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    I'm using the cheapest crap I could find at the moment, but I hear nothing but good things about the Shock Doctor cup.

    There is something extra satisfying about 'releasing the finished product from the mold' though isn't there? Why would you want to lose that?


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    Re: Announce your cup so that it may be filled

    Lol It would be a little more satisfying if I didn't have to pray to Thor for the strength necessary to pry my twig from my berries, struggling against the force of the sweat which acts like mortar, holding the space between my bat and balls hostage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    i really think that those who can't get their head around the bowing thing (because their angry sky daddy will punish them) don't deserve judo. life is full of choices, and if your bronze age superstitions are holding you back, so be it.
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