Thread: Wooden cooking spoon warrior...
3/31/2006 3:29am, #1
Wooden cooking spoon warrior...
This clip is fucking ridiculous.
Why is it that almost every bullshit SD instructors start from the ever popular "wrist grab"? For fucks sake, I have never seen a fight start with a wrist grab. And why a wooden cooking spoon? I mean, if you're at home in your kitchen, why waste time with the WCS when (presumably) there's a knife somewhere within reach. And if you're not at home, WHY-IN-THE-**** would you have a WCS on you? Traveling chef?
Pay careful attention to the instruction on pinching (I **** you not). When getting to the actual stick situation, note the fantastic legal advice and then please explain to me the advantage of the crossed arm stick lock, because I can't figure it out. Then again, I'm no expert.
You must see this to believe it.
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3/31/2006 3:39am, #2
I've seen that clip before.
I think if he'd just demonstrated the stick he would've been all right, although the wooden spoon was illustrative.What am I?:
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3/31/2006 3:40am, #3
I like the WSNG (wooden spoon nipple grab). Just in case it might have seemed like a mere annoyance compared to a punch in the face, he tells us: "This hurts alot." Great stuff. Gotta get me a Japanese hardwood wooden spoon with my dojo's insignia on it.
3/31/2006 7:58am, #4
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Do you know that there are chopsticks made of titanium? What the **** is that about? Ok, ok so maybe the rice people did as the westerners and started using metal instead of wood. (a fork is still far superior to a pair of chopsticks though)
Maybe I should sharpen a spoon... Or better yet, razor sharp S30V dinner plates, if someone has the audacity to disturb me during a meal, I'll use it to CHOP HIS STINKING HEAD OFF! And of course, because I've listened to the great masters I already know that all attackers begin by grabbing my wrist, or try to stab me from across the room with an overhand icepick grip. Of course there's also the advantage of my attackers always being smaller and weaker than me (regardless of my size) I take their word for it, I believe every word their other asshole excretes...
3/31/2006 11:55am, #5
My aunt used to wield a mean wooden spoon. When I was kid I used to live in fear of it.Failing to become awesome since 1976
3/31/2006 12:00pm, #6
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3/31/2006 12:24pm, #7
Italian Grandmother Fu!
They are also great at the art of Shuriken Shoe Flinging.DIDN'T YOU KNOW?! The Chinese know everything! And they knew it 4,000 years before YOU did!
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3/31/2006 12:59pm, #8Originally Posted by CaptainRedbeard
3/31/2006 1:00pm, #9
My mom used to spank my ass with a wooden spoon all the time. Now the Buddhist monk I study under beats me about the head with a wooden stick.
In life, there is symetry.
Poidog, the techniques look like Kuksool performed with a wooden spoon instead of a short rod. That probably explains the nipple fetish as well.
3/31/2006 1:03pm, #10
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