Thread: Things that must change!
6/05/2006 3:10pm, #111
- Join Date
- Sep 2003
- Washington DC. USA
I totally need to buy hakama and wear them to MMA one day.
That'd make for an awesome video.
6/05/2006 3:15pm, #112
Oh!So I use mae-geri ,I'm a larper
But someone who does BJJ because it's hot **** right now.Knows the terms that the Gracies created is not a LArper.
Ok I understand you now.You're full of **** and maybe have a prejudice against anything Japanese.
6/05/2006 3:24pm, #113
- Join Date
- Feb 2006
- Okinawan Karate
One thing I will say. Those hakama look comfortable. And you could gain a lot of wieght and never have to buy new pants.
For women with a fat ass and/or thunder thighs they would be a "God send", just get above the thickest part of your waist and "cinch'er down!"
6/05/2006 4:26pm, #114Originally Posted by CanuckyokushinYou are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
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6/05/2006 4:30pm, #115Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn
Yes. All Judo-ka are LARPing when they call it Uchi Mata instead on inner reap or Ashi Berai instead of foot sweep.
Same logic wearing a gi is Larping. When Japanese DON'T wear Hakama they are LARPing as Westerners.
6/05/2006 5:05pm, #116
....so do I take the silence (read suprising lack of ridicule) as assent that I can wear my silly bedsheets when I train?
6/05/2006 5:08pm, #117
if you admit you are LARPing.
6/05/2006 5:46pm, #118Originally Posted by NeilG
6/05/2006 5:56pm, #119Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
6/05/2006 6:52pm, #120
OK, now I'm confused. so if I say I wear something as my usual attire due to it being indicatory of my life's work, that's LARPing? Is it LARPing when an Army officer wears fatigues? Are you saying that in order for me to not be LARPing, I would have to go to the place where I train,take off my usual attire, and put on something completely different, then, when I was done training, put on my regular attire again and leave? How is that not the definition of LARPing? I'm not role-playing as a monk, I AM a monk. Doesn't there need to be a clause somewhere abut this? If I put on a white lab coat and walked around spouting nonsense or even researched medical jargon, I would be LARPing a doctor, but if I went through medical school and got my degree and a decent job, THEN went around with a white lab coat and spouting medical jargon, I wouldn't be LARPing.