They used to punch in TKD.
Robot Jesus, what exactly are you getting at here?
The efficacy of headbutts all depend on some critical factors.
First of all, the kind of shampoo one uses. For headbutts, something with apricot is nice. Maybe, apple-spice with a hint of aloe. Can't go wrong with organic.
Some swear by new-fangled fancy stuff like cream rinse and conditioner. Others just stick with a good 'n' basic lather-and-rinse--maybe repeated, maybe not--followed by the ubiquitous towelling-off ceremony. Personal choice.
Of course, for those who really want to get down to basics, a good noggin-shave, followed by a fine scalp-dousing of bubbly, will give that next face-bashing with the top of one's skull that extra-festive nuance.
Because head-butts are the very epitome of nuance, the deployment of such a method of social discourse must reflect taste and refinement.
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Originally Posted by Errant108
i was simply trying to refocus the discution on my question.
i was courious about the history of the TKD headbutt but it appears it will remain a mystery.
The headbutt was a Korean thing, not a TKD thing.
No, the headbutt is a scottish thing.
"This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
No, it's a Deutsch thing.
Correct, ancient Koreans used the flying headbutt to knock invading warriors off thier horses.
Originally Posted by Robot Jesus
Think E.Honda style from streetfighter
I have to say video, or it didn't happen.
Originally Posted by Art
Boy I would love to see that, some little Korean dude fired with a huge slingshot ... being all heroic kamikaze style... shattered on the attackers armour like a bug on a wind shield at 120mph
Originally Posted by Steve
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