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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    I didn't train one night 5 weeks ago because I was really tired. I typically don't allow myself this excuse.

    Work and family obligations have conspired to keep me off the mat since.

    Next time, I don't care if I'm halfway comatose. No more missed opportunities.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonifrius View Post
    Personally, Oblivion's been stealing too much sleep from me. I will pay for this, I know it.
    I've had that game since 08...I guess I should probably beat it sometime. But those stupid Oblivion Gate missions are.....stupid.

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    I was set to go training then last minute my house-mate suggested we should go for beer and curry! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMAd MMAx View Post
    I was set to go training then last minute my house-mate suggested we should go for beer and curry! :)
    Should've taken him with to training and had the beer and curry afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battlefields View Post
    My washing machine is in my garage, so every night I return from training, I just throw my gi in the wash, then the dryer, then in the boot of the car. Last week every time I got in the car I felt like I was being assaulted nasally by the rotting carcasses of my slain enemies. I couldn't understand it. I removed my shoes from the car, thinking they were the cause, but the smell got worse. I resorted to leaving the windows open, which did nothing. I resigned myself to the fact that maybe I just stank and it was exacerbated in the car.

    Then I noticed, in a tiny corner of the boot*, a shiny black thing I hadn't seen in a while. A rashie that had slipped unnoticed into a gap in the boot's corner. Sopping wet from sweat, mine and my training partners, it had begun to fester.

    I can tell you right now, it does not impress your lady friends to jump in a car that smells like dirty arse.

    *Aussie for "trunk"
    What's a rashie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itwasntme View Post
    Have you played Skyrim? Worlds better, imo.
    I used to, but then I took an arrow to the knee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspeedy View Post
    This one time I was in a circle pit at a Necromantix concert and broke my patella. Missed three months of BJJ and tried to go back. The wire in my knee gives me problems with all the kneeling and time on knees. My injury happened a year ago in september my leg strength is nearly back and my knee is 75%-80% but I can't deal with pressure directly on the knee and kneeling, I doubt i'll ever be able to throw a knee strike with the injured knee. When I can afford to get the wire out maybe I can resume BJJ. So basically a mosh pit has ruined my BJJ prospects for now I'm focusing on FMA.
    So you used to BJJ, but then you took a wire to the knee?

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    This thread is stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesbianSeagal View Post
    What's a rashie?
    Rash vest. Skinz. Underarmour. A fucking rashie.
    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.

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    I am currently missing some training sessions due to the rise in fuel prices. I have to drive 1.5 hours each way to go train with my BJJ instructor and it is simply to expensive to keep at it right now. It is a simple matter of train or not be able to pay my bills. I only get to train 2x per week with them as it is and unless prices go down on fuel, it may get somewhat lean on trainingwith my instructor. At least now, I have added teaching BJJ classes to my school's curriculum, so I get to roll 3x per week with my own students. Most of which are former wrestlers mixed with some current collegiate wrestlers.

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