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    Quote Originally Posted by ForkLiftRacer View Post
    The armbar where my arm holds a bar and I whack them across the head! :new_tomat
    Ah, so you would use the patented "pull a crowbar out of your hat" trick. Wait, fuckface, you're not a real magician! No one's falling for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Negation View Post
    Neck cranks. Leave a trail of quadriplegics behind you.

    Armbars? **** that ****, what are you thinking, only dislocating his elbow?

    Snap that asshole's neck like it's 1989.
    Excellent idea.

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    but since im fat I would fall to the mat then go SPLAT and fall on my head which would become real flat then I could never wear my "Where's the Beef?" hat which is outdated and looks like crap but still manages to make me laugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForkLiftRacer View Post
    Seriously, we know hoo do armbar, but would you do armbar in a bar?

    People always say this or that sucks, but I think the armbar sucks. You can't ground fight on a crowded metro train surrounded by teenage dirtbags who will join in (especially if you don't look like "one of dem" if you catch my drift).

    Therefore, the armbar is the 2nd cousin of arm wrestling, fun and good for show but thats it.

    :new_snipe@ [armbar]
    You know where this is going right? You have to be trolling purposely.

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    Key facet to this scenario: are you able to accomplish this without spilling your pint?

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    Yeah its pretty much impossible to pull off an armbar in t3h str33tz, what with the two feet of broken glass you have to wade through.

    You're much better off just tossing your attacker into the pyroclastic flow.

    But not with a Judo throw. That stuff doesn't work without t3h g1.

    Stu xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu-Jitsu View Post

    But not with a Judo throw. That stuff doesn't work without t3h g1.

    Stu xD
    Judo judo without the gi, it really sucks can't you see? You couldn't choke without the collar, sink it in, and hear them holler. You couldn't toss them on the mat, with their sleeve, or put them flat. You couldn't throw them can't you see, Judo sucks without the gi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Judo judo without the gi, it really sucks can't you see? You couldn't choke without the collar, sink it in, and hear them holler. You couldn't toss them on the mat, with their sleeve, or put them flat. You couldn't throw them can't you see, Judo sucks without the gi.
    You could probably make a living doing that man. Make some books, get rich, and get some ninjer body guards.:jihad:

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    Would you armbar in a car? I dont think it would get you very far.

    Would you armbar in the stars? There's little leverage up near mars.

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    Koresh just made me burst out laughing in my economics class :S

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