WARNING: BJJ may cause airway obstruction.
Posted On:12/15/2008 6:19am
Style: Bajillion Joo Jizzu
It's terrible when noobs do this.
It's even more mindboggling when a black belt does this.
Just waiting for the paperboy.
Posted On:12/15/2008 6:47am
Originally Posted by Lily
In fact I'm gagging from the memory. I was worried about catching something from the OPEN CUTS/MAT BURN on my hands/face etc.
*looks at Lilai's stylefield*
Posted On:12/15/2008 7:23am
Style: The Gentle Way
I have 3 Gis and I wash them after every practice. I thought this was normal?
Posted On:12/15/2008 7:56am
Style: BJJ, mma
I only own one but I don't bring it if I haven't washed it first. The only problem so far is that there's this collection of dirt or something around the knees that will not come off, and I'll be damned if I bleach the thing.
Woah. Alex Van Halen got huge.
Posted On:12/15/2008 8:26am
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Ever since I started I always washed my gis directly after use. For a while though, despite this rigorous laundry ritual (and the fact that I own 4 gis, soon to be 5), my gis would really start to smell powerfully after I'd work up a sweat. It was noticeable even to me.
Then my instructor told me about how colored gis (I own no white) always develop a funk because you can't bleach them. If I wanted to fix the smell, I should wash them with color safe bleach.
I do this now, and have the most pleasant scented gis in the dojo.
</gay laundry story>
Originally Posted by Sarcastro
He screams like a little girl as the pain ripples through his arm, shoots up into his brain, and now your dick is hard.
This is all I do: girls, photography and BJJ...
Posted On:12/15/2008 8:44am
Despite the fact that I was my Gi after every use I also have those "darker" (slightly) spots at the neck and where the other people use to grab a lot and I tried washing it two or three times but it didn't help.
So I thought about bleaching it, I am not sure how this works out because I have a gi with patches and some artwork on the back and I don't wana ruin the thing by bleaching it... I guess I should only buy blue Gi's from now on. Or black ones with the "get of my back" logo in the neck, that thing rocks.
Sometimes you lose and sometimes the other guy wins.
At this point I don't owe anybody an explenation.
Schools I trained at:
Lotus Club Cetepe Liberdade Sao Paulo
Renzo Gracie NYC
New York Combat Sambo
Posted On:12/15/2008 8:58am
Every dojo should have a back-alley exit. Anyone showing up with putri-gi should be taken out to said ally and the offending garment doused with kerosene. Once it's been set alight, the offender can try to doff it as quickly as possible. Live or die, repetition of aforementioned offense is unlikely.
When I Get Back
Posted On:12/15/2008 9:35am
Black Gis hide all manner of spores, mold and fungi.
Posted On:12/15/2008 9:39am
Style: BJJ, MT
I have to use the loaner Gi since i haven't bought my own yet, i'm not sure it's ever been washed in its decade long lifespan.
Posted On:12/15/2008 10:14am
Style: No gym currently.
Originally Posted by King Moonracer
Black Gis hide all manner of ke?po & ninjerisms.
Worse than mold and fungus
Where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.
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