Posted On:4/17/2011 3:28pm
Pfft, there's only one changing room at my dojo. At first I did go places on the way home in my gi if I had to, because there wasn't time to change before they locked up. Only took one crackhead at a 7-11 flipping out about "the karate kid" for me to always have something I could just throw on over my gi if need be, though.
But honestly, not a big deal in my mind, except there are always stupid people out there who think it's some kind of challenge.
Posted On:4/17/2011 3:51pm
Style: Aikido / FMA / Krotty
Originally Posted by twisted mind
Although throwing Ignorami into the mix with his speedo, now that would truly be something to talk about.
When life gives you lemons... BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!
"what's the best thing about aikido then?"
"To be defeated by your enemies, to be driven by them from the field of battle, and to hear the lamentations of your women." ermghoti
Posted On:4/17/2011 4:19pm
Style: TKD/ TSD
Well now that we've gone there, I'll give you a visual of a typical Walmart shopping experience.
Posted On:4/17/2011 4:46pm
Originally Posted by Ignorami
Sigh....just why??Lol. I usually keep my gi on for the way home, but I do just drive straight home. I don't like changing in front of others I'm shy and need to get rid of my gut.
Posted On:4/18/2011 2:33am
King without a crown
Posted On:4/18/2011 2:51am
Originally Posted by PDA
Posted On:4/18/2011 2:56am
Originally Posted by ChenPengFi
Oh, i just realized you're in the PI!
You've got these driving around and you made a thread about wearing hakama??!!
lmao, you are jealous of the hakama, just admit it...
LOL ok so maybe some of us here like to pimp out jeeps but still, wearing a gi and hakama in public is unforgivable
Posted On:4/18/2011 9:39am
Style: BJJ, striking
If the gym is the only place I'm going I usually just wear a gi there and back....
Posted On:4/18/2011 10:45am
Style: Karate, BJJ
After training my gi's next stop is the washing machine
Posted On:4/18/2011 10:54am
Hakama are perfectly suited to old fat caucasians.
Just as kilts are perfectly suited to slim Japanese.
Doesn't look in the least bit out-of-place.
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