Posted On:11/09/2005 9:49am
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Originally Posted by Osiris
I'm surprised he tolerated that. I suppose I would've saved myself a lot of pain had I gotten a dog instead of cats. when you try that mess on felines, pain ensues.
A well-trained dog is usually incredibly patient with people. Besides, if your parents get one when you are young, they are usually just big enough to start pushing YOU around when you are learning to walk . . . . god damn samoyeds.
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Posted On:11/09/2005 9:53am
Style: Krav / (Kick)Boxing / BJJ
Whiteshark, my girlfriend thought that was the funniest stuff ever. :gwbdance:
1% Shark is better than you.
Posted On:11/09/2005 10:36am
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Posted On:11/09/2005 11:28am
My dog beat me in grappling, but he's no match for me in muay thai.
Posted On:11/18/2005 12:16am
Style: I know Kung Fu
First off, cute dog.
The grapple moves look do-able and easy to remember.
But... You have been in many dog defense situations have you?(I've played with a few dogs who use their teeth)
Yea, i have no doubt the ability to work with a docile semi-docile dog. On a Rabid dog/Dog who totally lost it? I'm not sure.
Don't take this the wrong way but the hold in pic 2 is like the TKD of grappling.
Grapple a mad dog like you did in pic2 is asking for your fingers to get bitten off. Dogs can reach all the way to their balls with their heads, it won't be much trouble to chew off a finger from the way you held it.
Pictures 4 & 5 kinda leave your restraining forearm open to a vicious bite. Just gotta make sure you hold it under his head real tight so he can't slip under and bitch your arm up.
The last few pictures seem like a nice solid hold on the dog.
I heard bitting a dog on the ear puts you in the Alpha spot? Might frighten a dog into submission.
You secure that **** Hudson!!
Posted On:11/18/2005 1:40am
Style: Wing Chun/BJJ
If you want to incite them into making a mistake whilst grappling, try taking top mount and then releasing a well-placed dose of flatulence. That usually upsets them and makes them do silly mistakes. Although the last time I farted near my dog, he wagged his tail in appreciation or perhaps he was just trying to fan it away?
Posted On:11/18/2005 4:48am
LOL. I'll report you to animal abuse.
Farting at a dog to distract it... I must try...
Dog's don't smell stenches as we do. To them its just another smell to investigate. Though the fan theory could be true.
My dog often gets to ride in the car, her tail is normally in the rest position but i suspect she farts in the car. The car will sometimes stink up and when i look behind she's wagging her tail as if fanning her fart.
Posted On:11/18/2005 12:50pm
Style: Ex-TMA/KB Noob/Judo Noob
Originally Posted by Shard
The car will sometimes stink up and when i look behind she's wagging her tail as if fanning her fart.
Oh god....too funny.
Sardonic or Sarcastic?
Posted On:11/18/2005 3:51pm
Style: Filipino Kun Tao, Kali
A Filipino dog would have a knife.
It might also be in the cookpot.
Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
I would so do Buttsecks.
Posted On:11/18/2005 4:16pm
Philippinos don't eat the indiginous dogs. They're all mangy and dingo-ish.
but they are t3h d34dly. (the dogs....and well, yes. the flips too)
btw: HB, i just looked at the website in your profile. Can you get me one of these d34dly fuckers?
(edit: if so, I'll take two :evil: )
Last edited by Neildo; 11/18/2005 4:25pm at .
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