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  1. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    The Banana Split







    Then "B" just stretches out/arches his back, for the submission.

    I know this sucks, but I'm stoned and I didn't have a camera or a partner.
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    Fucking hilarious.

    I can't believe you had the dexterity to do that when stoned. I would have got about as far as the 'new thread' button and given up.
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    The banana split goes along with my half guard and twister setups. I've tapped few with it but it sets up sweeps (from half guard) and make them open up (if they are defending the twister).

    Also, they are hilarious.

    I recommend grapevining the leg and rolling so you're both on your backs.
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    I get the same effect while passing guard by starting a traditional pass (leg on my shoulder and grab their opposite lapel) then driving my knee over their other leg. Then I'll cross my legs on theirs and stretch them out. The end result is me sitting Indian style on their legs as they do the splits. From here I've got an easy pass (and they usually want me to take it) or I just press the issue and tap them for a cheap laugh.
  5. Roidie McDouchebag is offline
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    I recommend grapevining the leg and rolling so you're both on your backs.
    For sure.

    I get the same effect while passing guard by starting a traditional pass (leg on my shoulder and grab their opposite lapel) then driving my knee over their other leg.
    I hook behind the neck, but I almost never use a gi.
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    i've used this for years against a single leg, ending up both on our backs like Aespian said, but it can be hard to submit some gumby flexible types...
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    Posted On:
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    Yeah, it isn't exactly my #1 sub, I just like using it to take them off base if they're turtling as an alternative to choking.
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    ICY, I nominate this as your best post ever.

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