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    Fake a roundhouse and teep someone in the face. Priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    Ah.........find yourself new friends.Ah....like pronto!


    Just for the sake of curiosite.What styles do they do?
    One of them does Kung Fu, while the other one does Tai Chi and 2 other styles I can't remember, but one of them started with an "x".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Torch
    One of them does Kung Fu, while the other one does Tai Chi and 2 other styles I can't remember, but one of them started with an "x".
    Ok everyone. Back away from the troll. There will be no feeding of the troll unless said troll looks like this guy :wbossman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    Who are these Martial Artist?And why are they 'real'?
    I know a surreal martial artist, and asked him about the application of high kicks... he said "reluctantly porcupine" as he pressed caviar into the gaps of a dove's soul whilst bathing in monkey-tears.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Torch
    Every almost every real martial artist I know tells me high kicks are completely useless in a fight
    They're completely correct... unless you need to kick someone in the head, then I think high kicks might be useful...:tard:

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    A high kick to the head is a dangerous, risky move. I would suggest that you jump up and throw a low kick to the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CNagy
    A high kick to the head is a dangerous, risky move. I would suggest that you jump up and throw a low kick to the head.
    <writes down advice> ok... that would be a chi-type floaty jump..? Or should I ask them to wait until I climb on top of something?

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    Mega Hey-Zeus

    Kicking the toliet handle is probably one of the best uses of the martial arts. There are billions of germs that more lethal than any fighter on the planet (including the Gracies). :toothy9:

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    Royce once made the ebola virus tap. High kicks are there for useless in the water closet.

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    I think the most realistic application of high kicks is so pussies can flush the urinal without having to touch the handle.
    Sadly, this so true. If TKD has taught me one practical, everyday application it is that I can manipulate objects easily with my feet. Flushing toliets, turning door handles when my hands are full, having my sister smell my feet while we are both standing, etc.

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    Buddy of mine from my old gym kicked some dude in the head at a bar one time.

    The other guy was done at that point, so I reckon it worked out ok.

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