"American ninja" has nothing on "Pirates of the Caribian", if you know what I mean.
Originally Posted by CodosDeMierda
I don't know what you mean. No one messes with the Dude(ikoff)
Originally Posted by Siniq
Though as to the topic:
Jean Claude Van Damme taught me that ManBallet is not Ghey.
Brian Dennehy in that movie which has brian dennehy in it taught me that Brian Dennehy is the most destructive force in the world (I still believe it), and can break fists with his forehead.
Steven Segal taught me a pool ball in a tea towel is fucking dangerous (He's probably right)
The thing where you strike a pose in front of your opponent and then do the beckoning motion where you wave your fingers towards yourself (think Matrix).
I larned, thru Bruce lee movies, that looking at the ground and yelling hard, whyle striking is the best!
Also that alternating heymakers are the total secret of karate and only small japanese janitors know about it.
That only bad guys die in tournaments of death.
I learned that rubbing your hands together (very fast of course) to create heat friction can heal any injury.
The Emo crowd? I liked the flip flop-nunchakus though.
Originally Posted by henshinx
What I learned from various movies (and games) is that an arm bar or a leg lock never ends a fight definitely. The only submission hold that can do this is a choke after a long and drawn out fight (whereas the choke is applied only till the opponent goes limp and then it is assumed that he's dead).
I learned that the key to victory is misdirection.
And that the best way to train is chatting online, like we are doing now.
That evil will always beat good because good is stupid. No, wait. That's Spaceballs.
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