Inexcusable punnery. [does push-ups]
Originally Posted by RWaggs
"Your body must be like a stone, your mind... like a meatloaf."
Originally Posted by strikistanian
Originally Posted by Devil
Originally Posted by Plasma
Sirc is very inspiring.
Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf
His inferiority is not merely one of characteristics, but of essence.
There are two schools of thought regarding Sirc's presence in the universe.
There are those who think that his essential inferiority drags the whole universe down...lowering the mean and median both, distorting the bell-curve as it were.
Then there are those who use contrast, as seen in the self-evident principle that everything in the universe that is not Sirc is, by definition, superior to anything that is Sirc.
Rurik, you can get your inspiration by joining this latter school of thought. No matter how badly you think you suck, you need only remember that you're not Sirc--you're not the one scraping the absolute bottom. Merely being Rurik makes you superior, no matter what the Sircumstances.
Also, you can remember that, the more you train towards superiority, the farther away from Sircness you will be. You know the phrase, "in Sircness and in health"? There's a reason those are paired up in mutual contrast. Whatever inferiority you may be feeling is merely one of transient characteristics, malleable to improvement with proper practice.
Sirc's inferiority--being essential to his very nature--means he will remain in the very dumpster of being, unable to ever catch up to even the merest virus in terms of real and meaningful existence.
An ancient technique of Koda Ryu Ninjutsu used to weaken an opponents qui and divert it into a powerful blast attack
Originally Posted by flammable
Also now that you know the secrets of my fighting style I must challenge you to a fight
Rules: NO rules
I wanted to quit recently after my year of BJJ did nothing but get me laid on by a guy with no experience and 100 pounds advantage over me and then he muscled and threw on an arm bar so rough and fast that it hurt for weeks. Then he stood up and whooped and hollered and crowed about it. I was pissed that he had this **** ego and I couldn't do anything about it.
Then my instructor called me a bitch and asked me why I wasn't considering all the things I did right, like keeping my breathing and not panicking when all the guy's fucking weight was concentrated on my head and chest. Then I went back to the gym.
Geez, some guys will complain about anything...
Originally Posted by Raving&Drooling
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