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    You'd be better off wrapping a piece of wood with rope. You'll end up wishing that you hadn't blown $300 on an ugly coat-rack instead of a hooker so you could lose your virginity. BAM.
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    Actually, I would love to buy a wooden dummy to use as a coat rack. It makes a statement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feedback
    You'd be better off wrapping a piece of wood with rope. You'll end up wishing that you hadn't blown $300 on an ugly coat-rack instead of a hooker so you could lose your virginity. BAM.
    $300? Try $900.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkXacreD
    I don't really see a reason to get a wooden dummy for yourself unless you're really desperate to spar
    (he hasn't figured out that it's not a real person yet)
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     Style: Muay Thai/MMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake??
    You do two of the most insulted styles on this board.
    Don't you mean all three?
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     Style: Sanda, BJJ

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    No. Tai Chi actually gets a lot more respect than WC and TKD simply because it doesn't commonly make the same claims as the other two.

    Also, some "Tai Chi" guys have represented in Sanda events. The other two not so much.
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     Style: Muay Thai/MMA

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    I see. Well I had 3 years' experience in each one so I figured I'd put them all there. I'd say I learned the least from tkd, though. Maybe I should change it to just tai chi. XD

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    Just to be back on topic, I wouldn't go out and buy a wooden dummy for myself.
    Last edited by DarkXacreD; 12/04/2006 1:30am at .
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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    No. Tai Chi actually gets a lot more respect than WC and TKD simply because it doesn't commonly make the same claims as the other two.

    Also, some "Tai Chi" guys have represented in Sanda events. The other two not so much.
    Pretty much what I would've said.


    I wouldn't buy a wooden dummy either. You can get a heavy bag, speed bag, and a free standing holder for both, for under $300.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    $300? Try $900.
    Or even more. Plus P+P. Beat me to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
    I submit this to the original poster as proof that people who own wooden dummies are simply not smart enough to hit something that moves.
    Your reaction is somewhat confusing. That is probably caused by you owning a wooden dummy. I'll let you know when I'll finally have money for it and buy my own. Maybe then I'll be able to understand you better.
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