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    Martial Arts Picture of the Time Unit - Caption that Picture

    Place: Submission wrestling tournament, standard sub wrestling rules.

    You're the guy on the bottom. The guy on top, is a BJJ Purple Belt and very good at using his weight to achieve/maintain positions.

    What do you do?



    Seriously, what would you do?

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    Have your teammates hold out a plate of buttered shrimp while you shrimp?
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    First, I would make a face exactly like the guy pictured.
    Second, I yell, "TAP!"
    Third, if the guy isn't getting off of me fast enough, I yell, "Get the **** off of me!"
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    titty twister?

    srsly, just try to keep moving and hope his cardio is smaller than his thigh.
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    Sorry, thread won already!
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=4949
    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd
    Okay, I got it.

    It's the ol' "bottle rocket" strategy. According to my (flimsy at best) scientific know-how, all that pressure being exerted on the right side of his body could actually benefit the man on the bottom. You see, the rolls of fat draped over his sides create pressure not only from on top, BUT ALSO THE SIDES. This makes it excedingly easy for the bottom man to just scoot his hips out. Why is he not doing this, then, if the answer is so patently obvious? Simple. The "bottle rocket" principle is a highly dangerous one; if he scoots out too aggressively his body may go shooting out like a champaign cork and go flying into the audience, sans right arm, leaving a gingerbread man-shaped hole in the wall. If I were him, I'd just play it safe and radio in an air raid.
    That picture is over 3 years old, he's probably at least a brown belt by now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kismasher
    titty twister?
    Beat me to it.

    1. Suffocate
    2. Cry
    3. The guys isn't all that "firm" so, I might try wiggling/swimming through the rolls and escape from the other side.
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    Turkish oil check?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff
    Sorry, thread won already!
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=4949


    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd
    Okay, I got it.
    It's the ol' "bottle rocket" strategy. According to my (flimsy at best) scientific know-how, all that pressure being exerted on the right side of his body could actually benefit the man on the bottom. You see, the rolls of fat draped over his sides create pressure not only from on top, BUT ALSO THE SIDES. This makes it excedingly easy for the bottom man to just scoot his hips out. Why is he not doing this, then, if the answer is so patently obvious? Simple. The "bottle rocket" principle is a highly dangerous one; if he scoots out too aggressively his body may go shooting out like a champaign cork and go flying into the audience, sans right arm, leaving a gingerbread man-shaped hole in the wall. If I were him, I'd just play it safe and radio in an air raid.
    That picture is over 3 years old, he's probably at least a brown belt by now!
    At the risk of asking an incredibly dumb question, when Boyd said "scoot his hips out", does he mean shrimp away from him (meaning the guy on bottom will be facing him and be on his left hip?
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    That picture gives me hope . . . . hope that there's a Mizuno gi out there I could wear.
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    I was going to say something about it resembling you and BFM grappling at St. Louis Throwdown I but I thought that would sound mean. Much Love,

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