Thread: My Son vs. Black Belt Magazine
8/06/2006 4:59am, #11Originally Posted by bornsceptic
That'll teach me to get so close when I'm wiping.
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8/06/2006 8:46am, #12
That is the most horrible thing I have ever heard. I will never be the same again.
8/06/2006 8:51am, #13
My niece will happily launch into my kidneys with both knees. She also punches her own skull and laughs. I fully expect her to be tearing **** up in the MMA circuit before she hits four.
8/06/2006 9:18am, #14
Which article miffed the little shredder...
Maybe it was the "sword training at home" article he was worried about... perhaps he's thinking you're still sore over the poo in the eye incident, and are contemplating payback, bokken style!
Personally though, I'd go for the "TKD's close range kicks". Those would be the kicks with only two spins and a jump, I imagine.
8/06/2006 1:58pm, #15
DA YOUNG - your son has an uncanny ability to sense that the man on the cover of that magazine is the one who brought laughability and commercialized shame to CMA. He knows this to be true and thus wanted to destroy the picture....
Or it could be that he is just a child who wrecks things as many children do.:icon_eek:" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
8/06/2006 2:41pm, #16
It's obvious that your son was pissed that there wasn't an article on Bas Rutten in there or at least some pancrase training tips.
8/06/2006 6:25pm, #17
Just remember at about 4 years old childere reach the prime "I am able to hit Dad in the Nards out of no where" height. Have three kids has given me an amazing ability to protect my family jewels at any given time.
8/06/2006 11:10pm, #18
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I would imagine it was the "10 Original kicks of Hapkido" that set him off.
8/06/2006 11:16pm, #19
I don't want to brag, but I've seen the weapons my son manufactures in his diaper take out multiple opponents on numerous occasions.
Also, why is it that his shrimping drills always reach peak efficiency on the changing table?Shut the hell up and train.
8/06/2006 11:39pm, #20
To much baby powder.