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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon View Post
    I can transcript I you like.
    That's a very generous offer, and if you feel like doing it for the sake of posterity, go for it! That being said, I think I pretty well got the gist :)

    "Watch me take my shirt off, like a fookin real man"
    "you a fookin real man?"
    "you a fighter? you look like a fighter?" (Brad Pitt impersonation using incorrect quote)
    "I ain't going to you, you can come to me"
    "This weekend? Next weekend?"
    "You're a bucket of shite"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    "You're a bucket of shite"
    Shite in a bucket actually refers to someone who's too cowardly to come out of their caravan to use the toilet and literally shites in a bucket.

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    I fuckin' 'ate pikeys.

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    So this gypsy bare-knuckle stuff looks like the real deadly to me. Can't get much more aliveness than that without bringing guns into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DdlR View Post
    There's a documentary called "Knuckle" (recently available on NetFlix) that goes into the culture that supports these fights. Rites of passage, "sport", ritual violence/pressure release, gambling opportunities, showmanship, etc. - a strange brew from the outsider's perspective.
    We were talking about this at work. I watched the documentary over the weekend. Crazy as hell!! Those people are absolutely nuts.

    Have you see the "Wild and crazy Whites" from West Virginia? I think that is the title. They would fit in well with that croud.

    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I fuckin' 'ate pikeys.
    So, being from Amurka, I don't know the history. But I understand that a lot of people over there don't like the "travellers." Can someone please educate me on the traveller drama and why they are so hated. Also, is traveller another term for gypsy?
    Combatives training log.

    Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D

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    Pavel Tsatsouline: kettlebell workouts give you “cardio without the dishonour of aerobics”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odacon View Post
    Shite in a bucket actually refers to someone who's too cowardly to come out of their caravan to use the toilet and literally shites in a bucket.
    Somehow that makes the whole thing 200% more hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel_tke View Post
    So, being from Amurka, I don't know the history. But I understand that a lot of people over there don't like the "travellers." Can someone please educate me on the traveller drama and why they are so hated. Also, is traveller another term for gypsy?
    because they are a bunch of thieving gypsy bastards basically,

    traveller and gypsy get used interchangably, though strictly speaking they shouldn't (travellers are not the same as Romanian gypsies at all), essentially travellers turn up, grab a bit of spare land, turn it into a **** hole, rob the surrounding area blind then move on claiming benefits and not paying tax

    I am generalising a little but not a huge amount

    edit

    I should add, not all travellers in the UK are Irish

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    They'd get better fights if they'd mark out a ring, even if just with chalk on the ground or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    I wonder how they'd react if someone got all mma, like kicking or grappling instead of just punching.
    Well, they clearly don't know Wing Chun, so they probably wouldn't be able to defend against it at all.
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    That's the most Krav thing I've ever read. That's Kravver than a ************...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel_tke View Post
    So, being from Amurka, I don't know the history. But I understand that a lot of people over there don't like the "travellers." Can someone please educate me on the traveller drama and why they are so hated.
    Its a quote from the film Snatch



    Why don't people like them?

    Well where to start really, endemic criminality, theft of land, anti-social behaviour, polluting the countryside, imposing huge costs on tax payers, use of slave labour...

    The list goes on and on.

    People who live in cities probably don't really have much of an opinion either way, but anyone who lives in the countryside knows that if gypsies turn up in your area then its going to be an absolutely nightmare.

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    Also, is traveller another term for gypsy?
    Traveller is a made up term for Irish gypsies invented by gypsy apologists as part of a long running and so far successful attempt to exploit the protections offered by race relations and human rights legislation. The aim was to get the gypsy lifestyle upgraded to an actual ethnicity to use as a weapon against people who object to having their land stolen and lives ruined. They achieved this through two separate court cases in 1988 and 2000 which, established that gypsy and traveller are ethnicities under the law.

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