Punch babies + punt kittens + hail cthulu
Posted On:8/07/2009 9:46pm
Style: On My Grind MMA
Guy's I will be in London on August 20th and wanted to meet some of my Euro Bully brethren. What I will be in London for includes:
- Beer (YAY EUROPEAN DRINKING AGE)
- Sight seeing (museums, art galleries, general cool stuff)
- Being a typical angry NY'er douche bag (unless were at a pub)
- Attempting and failing miserably to sleep with your womenz (and probably end up sleeping with Lebell)
Anyway I don't want this to be the bath of fail my Florida thread was (sry about that one) and I really wanna meet some of you guys for some good of face punching and maybe man hugging.
Where am I gonna be? Some fucking hotel (more details later). I know I'll be pissing plenty of money away on transportation (and boozahol) so just lemme know where your at.
Reasons why you should meet me:
1. You can probably kick my ass
2. In comparison, I'll make you look better to all the ladies
3. The will of Kimura demands it
And so on... DO EET!
Originally Posted by Omega the Merciless
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Posted On:8/08/2009 2:26am
Come on Euro faggs, say something.
I promise I won't molest you!
Here to kick your ass.
Posted On:8/08/2009 3:49am
Style: Jubo NOOB, BJJ
Hey mate, you'll love london, its pretty much made for touristy crap and getting smashed. I wont be there, sorry, you'll have to PM those who live close to london. how long are you sticking around?
Also, if you're on your own may i suggest staying at a hostel (backpackers). Good places are The Generator (I stayed there, its awesome), St Christophers (also very good). Train tickets out of the city to other places can be pricey, book online beforehand and you will save money, booking at the train station is a pain in the ass. Also, if you're going a fair way buses are also an option. London metro trasnport itself is quite easy to access.
Chaos? Panic?... Disorder??
.........................My Work is done here... ;)
Gnarly King of Half-Guard
Posted On:8/08/2009 3:25pm
I'll be in Athens, you'll have to buy me a drink and make me look good to women some other time.
Posted On:8/08/2009 3:37pm
You should check out this guy:
You have just found the most exciting, modern, practical martial arts style there is.
Screen name here is starjumps, and he wants to cross train to see how effective his Chun is.
KEIN HAAR APPROVED!
Posted On:8/08/2009 4:22pm
Squerli, PM me if you want any advice on getting good value in London, re: food, booze, etc.
Stop by Carlson Gracie in Hammersmith if you're in that area, having visitors to train with is always fun. Going out for drinks afterwards is another equally fun option.
Dedicated to legs and the disrespecting thereof.
Posted On:8/09/2009 12:53am
Liffgaurd, sheep, I'll pm you guys where I'm gonna be at and see if I can meet up with you for boozahol and foodz.
This trip might be better then I expected.
Just waiting for the paperboy.
Posted On:8/09/2009 6:40am
you stay away from me, you hear?
unless you shave your pedomoustache, then we can negociate.
Posted On:8/09/2009 8:39am
Style: Judo, BJJ
You'll have a great time. Just be very wary of pickpockets and other ne'er do wells. Also I would recommend Belushi's as a good hostel to stay at. It's in the centre (near London Bridge), has a bar and night club that stays open til 3am that's always lively (and since it's inside the hostel building you only have to walk upstairs to go to bed after you get wasted), is relatively cheap and right next to the tube. Also like all hostels it's mostly foreign people staying there so you'll more than likely bump into fellow Americans that you can complain about British weather and 'lousy service' to. There are other similarly good hostels around (YMCA have good ones too, with the added bonus of gym facilities) too but I like Belushi's best.
As far as sightseeing goes, I'd recommend Harrod's department store (you won't buy anything there as it's outrageously expensive but fun to look around), Hyde Park, London Eye, Madame Toussauds, War Museum, London Dungeon, and generally just wandering around the streets and popping into the olde style pubs. London is the most expensive city in the world for eating out though so you might want to buy food from a store and eat in your room.
Last edited by Horus; 8/09/2009 8:44am at .
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