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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    "Yeah I teach at -insert school name- I'm a blackbelt"

    "How long have you been training?"

    "A year and a half"

    "Good luck with that"

    *Edit...that was this morning
    Yup yup... I seem to get variations of this weekly or on really bad weeks daily.

    Also
    Them: I’m a really good striker (or fighter or sparer or so on…) at my old school I was the guy to beat.
    Me: So you did contact sparring their?
    Them: Oh no we never hit each other.
    Me: …

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    Well done, Mr. Fist.

    I would think that making it clear that they (the parent) wouldn't be having to pony up extra $$$ for 20 fucking belt tests would sell this format on it's own, but if you have to substantiate the message, you can't do much better than you described here.

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    Should have osoto gari - ed her, and asked her why she didn't pinch your thigh. Well, after she woke up, you could have asked her.
    "Your body must be like a stone, your mind... like a meatloaf."

    Quote Originally Posted by strikistanian View Post
    DROP SEIONAGI ************! Except I don't know Judo, so it doesn't work, and he takes my back.
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    Why is it so goddamn hard to find a video of it? I've seen videos I'm pretty sure are alien spacecraft. But still no good Krav.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ke?poFist View Post
    "Aiki Jujitsu Kung Fu."
    Are you just making that up as an example there? Or is that real thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon View Post
    Are you just making that up as an example there? Or is that real thing?
    http://www.aikijiujitsukungfu.com/
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    In fact, this sounds familiar. Have we talked about these guys before?

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.aikijiujitsukungfu.com/hunt.htm
    The truth is you can go to many different schools and learn just as many slick moves. Cool stuff but it has no real application. You cannot magically perform technical moves, precise strikes and pre-planned exit strategies under an intense scenario without having been trained to do so. Real confrontations don't have rules, out of bounds lines or time limits. Real encounters are dangerous & unpredictable with numerous variables that you'll need counter moves for. Hidden weapons, objects from your surroundings, the elements, and your opponent's skill level are all to be considered. A knife in the dark, a stairwell in the rain, an icy parking lot all require a precise defense calculation from your mind. Please understand that you wont recall any of your training while your mind is racing, let alone certain moves for certain scenarios unless you've trained in the wild. It always ends up looking like a street brawl with round, wild punches and no control.
    We make sure you can do it in here and out there, where it really counts! We hunt you; 3-4 days of grueling physical and mental tasks to accomplish while others are attempting to delay and prevent your success. Better look over your shoulder and hope they don't get to your destination before you do. Just hope that they don't catch up to you out in the woods. "WHO WAS THAT FOLLOWING ME IN THE STORE?"
    "THE CLERK JUST SLIPPED ME A NOTE!" "THEY ARE EVERYWHERE I GO"...
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    For more than 35 years Sensei Jerry has used his numerous contacts, associates and psychotic talents to create a 3-day experience that will terrify and thrill you, expand your mind, and test your skills in a way that nothing else can.
    I seem to recall a thread about something very, very similar…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petter View Post
    In fact, this sounds familiar. Have we talked about these guys before?


    I seem to recall a thread about something very, very similar…
    T3h d34dliest game...

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    Good job on the nice and professional answers.

    I was waiting for the part of the story where you challenge her to pinch you into stopping before you choke her out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon View Post
    Are you just making that up as an example there? Or is that real thing?
    nope didnt make it up. As I said the former school has a less than stellar reputation. Unfortunately some view "psychotic" as "badass."
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    As for challenging people to a pinch war, were it someone in the adult class I would have much obliged them out of sheer curiosity, wearing my skimpiest of Thai shorts for easy access. ;) But funny enough it wouldn't be the first time. I've had more than a few people pinch me without resistance just to show that even if they have razor claws and draw blood, it won't stop my fist from colliding with their face
    Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
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