Laws of Bullshido
So, every dude and dudette who've spent time in any military setting have heard all those pithy laws of combat bandied about. You know the ones I'm talking about; "The faster you move, the less shot you get", "When the enemy is in range, so are you!", "If your attack is going well, it's an ambush." Yadda yadda ya... They're the kind of thing you hear ad nauseum, but at the end of the day they're good information and easily remembered. Dummy-proof info keeps Private Bloggins alive.
I was wondering if the gathered Bullshidoka have given any thought to throwing out something similar in respect to fighting, or choosing a fighting style. I'm sure a few members here have the necessary experience to boil relevant lessons down to a good little quip.
I'll throw a couple out to warm you up.
"The cooler it looks in the movies, the more it will get your ass kicked in real life."
" Never escalate the level of violence in a fight you are losing." (not mine)
Have at 'er!
"if you can't beat one opponent your not going to beat more than one"
"Sport fighters are not bound by the rules on the street"
Shut the **** up and train.
"You'd better pack a lunch." -my dad when challenged
"Never volunteer for anything." Has **** all to do with fighting, but number one in the military.
To my daughters-
"Suck it up and be tough."
"If you find out what a "bullshidoka" actually is, you'll never misuse the word in a sentence".
Why I have a couple of knuckle sandwiches right here.
Originally Posted by Permalost
punches in bunches. is one we use a bit.
Strike first. Strike hard. No mercy, Sir!
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