Posted On:4/24/2010 3:46pm
Style: Cheng Man Ching Taijiquan
Originally Posted by Pilgrim
Aw dude, pedo-Clocktower.
This inspires me to rape a few more koans.
Kama Sutra blue belt.
Originally Posted by Emevas
I used to **** guys like you in prison.
Originally Posted by Rock Ape
Dude I kill people for a fucking living.
Has entered Barovia...
Posted On:4/24/2010 4:13pm
That you knew this was from the first Clocktower makes me hope you have an equally cool sister that I can court.
Posted On:4/24/2010 4:49pm
Style: No longer training
What is the sound of one hand fapping?
"I'm reluctant to sound like a total fa66ot as well, but my background in sculpture gave me an edge in understanding how we're expected to move thru space." - The Other Other Serge
Posted On:4/24/2010 4:50pm
Posted On:4/24/2010 4:58pm
Sorry, Lil', but I couldn't type any more if I was fapping.
Actually, I often faint while doing that.
It's like running on three legs.
Posted On:4/24/2010 5:10pm
Originally Posted by Sri Hanuman
BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD
Bud for the Buddha!!!
Posted On:4/24/2010 5:19pm
Bed for the Bedder?
Posted On:4/24/2010 5:29pm
My right wing extremist Buddhist prayer circle is appeased, for now.
But I'll be back tomorrow.
Posted On:4/25/2010 8:29am
Blood for the Blood God!
Posted On:4/25/2010 2:17pm
This is a special shout-out to Der.
There once was an old woman who had supported a monk over 20 years. She built him a shelter and fed him while he was meditating. Finally she wondered just what progress he had made in all this time.
To find out, she obtained the help of a horny asian girl. "Go and embrace him," she told her, "and then ask him suddenly: 'What now?'" The girl called upon the monk and without much ado caressed him, asking him what he was going to do about it.
The monk, who was well skilled in his art, saw at a glance the girl's intention, so he invited her to leave her sword outside before entering the room for a tea ceremony, explaining the Cha-no-yu represents peacefulness itself.
The girl would not listen to this. "I am a warrior," she said. "I always have my sword with me. Cha-no-yu or no Cha-no-yu, I have my sword."
"Very well. Bring your sword in and have some tea," consented the monk.
The kettle was boiling on the charcoal fire. Suddenly the monk tipped it over. Hissing steam arose, filling the room with smoke and ashes. The startled girl ran outside.
The monk apologized. "It was my mistake. Come back in and have some tea. I have your sword here covered with ashes and will clean it and give it to you."
In this predicament the girl realized she could not very well kill the monk, so the old woman came down and burned his hut.
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