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    10 buck Target rashies fo' lyfe!

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    I fucking hate rolling with people wearing t-shirts. The number of times I've gotten toes and fingers twisted up in the fabric is ridiculous.
    When that happens to someone, I'll unwrap it with my own hands, regardless of what's going on, if they choke me or whatever while I'm doing it, I don't care, I know it's annoying.

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    Around here the sign means "five beers for the sawmill guys".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cracky McSlugHoot
    When that happens to someone, I'll unwrap it with my own hands, regardless of what's going on, if they choke me or whatever while I'm doing it, I don't care, I know it's annoying.
    You know, you can get decent "board shirts" and "rash guards" for about 15 bucks a piece (max) at Target.

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    I wear a tshirt for no-gi, but I'm a big medium for a normal shirt and my team shirts run tight - I even tend towards wearing a small when I fight. I don't think anyone has ever had digits get stuck in the cloth.

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    You know, you can get decent "board shirts" and "rash guards" for about 15 bucks a piece (max) at Target.
    You know, they don't have Target in Canada. :)

    I should check out Walmart, but until very recently, $15 was 2 packs of smokes to me and shirts are $1 at Salvation Army, but sadly, no rashguards. But I just quit, so my disposable income shot up by $300/month, I'll have to check out Walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    I don't mind the hand sign. Gives the sport a little culture.

    The culture already belongs to someone - Hawaiians and surfers. Some white belts probably saw a black belt do it who also happened to be a surfer. They were probably nutriders and wanted to be like the black belt. Now it's everywhere in BJJ and it makes people look like mindless retards.

    It's dumb. **** it though. Maybe I'll start a new trend of chest bumping like a basketball player when I get a tapout. Or maybe I'll just grab the nearest object, run to the middle of the mat, and spike it like a football. Then I'll do the Lambeau Leap into the crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erki
    Around here the sign means "five beers for the sawmill guys".
    Are you Swedish? That's pretty much a primordial north-Scandinavian joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil
    The culture already belongs to someone - Hawaiians and surfers. Some white belts probably saw a black belt do it who also happened to be a surfer. They were probably nutriders and wanted to be like the black belt. Now it's everywhere in BJJ and it makes people look like mindless retards.
    so it's ok to make the sign if you also surf? how do you know that the dorks that make the sign don't?

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    That handsign is not a "hang losse" but actually is known in South America as "The Brazilian SHOCKA" As most people know most BJJ players are also homosexuals. 'Thumb in the stink, pinkie tickle the taint' is a common BJJ player term. It also lossely translates into 'Wana Roll?'

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