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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    Fortunately, the patches make for large, easy targets.

    I like to wear my Gameness gi pants with my gameness Tshirt and my gameness gi jacket with my gold medal so that everyone at the grocery store knows who's boss. (or at least they would if they knew about BJJ...)

    Looks like i'll have to break out all my gameness gear when I come down to atlanta in a few months, Just for you Osiris.

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    I must say so too
    I HATE TAPOUT!
    Buncha immature freaks.
    Ugly logo and clothing too.
    Last edited by FighterJones; 9/23/2005 9:45pm at .

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    I was rolling today with my normal soccer shorts, but this time I wore regular boxers undernieth. My penis just kept peeking out of those things.

    I felt very uncomfortable.

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    Try some rashguard boxerbriefs like Under Armour or cheapie Target versions.
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    Plain white Judo Gi all the way. That's what I got when I started BJJ; when it wears out I'll get another. The sleeves are wider and shorter on mine than everyone else's BJJ gi, which can be sometimes be a good thing.

    Patches are for TKD forms competitors and NASCAR drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kengou
    Patches are for TKD forms competitors and NASCAR drivers.
    Testify.

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    Yeah, patches are definitely not part of BJJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by locu5
    Yeah, patches are definitely not part of BJJ.
    WHAT?!?! And here I was thinking that the guy with the bigger and badder patches always wins? Fine. I'll go train then.

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    I have 2 big ass patches that run from my knee to the ankle in the front. It isn't fashion. It's form. More cloth on those areas make it more difficult to grip. And since controlling those areas makes it easier to pass the guard - I specifically put 2 patches there.

    The only other patch was a small 4" round logo of my school and instructor on the breast of my lapel indicating who I fight for. Since my expulsion that small patch has been removed.

    Personally I don't care what you wear. What is gay is wearing a Tapout shirt to a party so people think you are tough and/or make it a conversation peice so you can tell people how bad ass you are. At a tournament or a fight wear whatever the **** you want and endorse whatever products or brands you like.

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    Still digging on James Brown

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    What's the difference between a judo gi and a BJJ "kimono" anyway?

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