Top 10 signs you're a hardcore Buj
10: You repair your tabi with electrical tape because you're saving to go to Japan and train with Soke.
9: You eat absolutely nothing but Ramen noodles because you're saving to go to Japan to train with Soke.
8: You Yoko-Aruki from your desk to the vending machine at work, and consider it training.
7: You fire a pistol from Ichimonji and expect to hit the target.
6: You go to Japan, learn a few "advanced" moves from Soke, come back and teach a seminar on those same techniques two days later charging $120 a head.
5: You consider things such as being there for your wife giving childbirth to be exercises in mental and physical endurance, and therefore taijutsu training.
4: You spend more time throwing your beer coasters across the bar like shuriken instead of setting your beer on them.
3: You are willing to give Soke a sponge bath to learn more of the Gikan Ryu.
2: Your favorite porno is the brief tit shot from "Ninjutsu: Secrets from the Grandmaster".
1: You quote Soke more than a preacher quotes the Bible.
This totally goes against Bujinkan rights! What do think this is 1998???
Be more funny.
Oh im sorry...i didn't realize i owed it to you all to be funny ALL the time.
Everybody has off days. ;-)
No. It's not that just don't flood the market.
I thought you were trying to be funny?
Originally Posted by Shinkengata
In a sort of roundabout way, yes...
Most of those things listed are absolutely true and/or have happened, and i personally find them hilarious.
This thread should be 10 reasons why a sport fighter should beat a ninja's ass.
This thread is sad because it is true. Its even more sad because people think that it is what Japanese martial arts is about.
I shall ask, Shinkengata, if you are so level headed, why are you still in the BJK?
Good question, Bujinkan and Japanese jujitsu seem hoplessly redundant in your style field. Let me guess:
Originally Posted by MONGO
1. You believe bujinkan teaches "important concepts"
2. You believe it is intended for people who already know how to fight.
Am I right?