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    Noob

    Hi all,

    I'm just posting to get rid of the dirty lurker heading while browsing this awesome site. Lots of interesting information here.

    Practicing Wing Chun for all of 6 weeks now.




    Cheers!

    Dead Money

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    Welcome to Bullshido. Good luck. You'll get a lot of ribbing for the chun but rest assured, its almost always good natured.

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      #3
      Welcome Dead Money. I'm also a fellow noob to the site and a admitted lurker.

      As for the WC, I too was drawn to its alure. I practiced it diligently for 8 months until I did some soul searching and realized it was ultimately not for me. It was great fun, but then so is capoeira.

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        #4
        Hey guy.

        Chun sucks blah blah go do Judo blah blah blah

        Don't worry about using Times as a font. It looks funny when you're reading in a sea of Arial. (I think it's Arial. Shit, I dunno.)

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          #5
          Welcome, Dead Money.
          Does your WC school do any significant sparring? I mean real sparring, not slap and tickle ..
          Just curious.

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            #6
            Hi all, thanks for the welcome

            helmutlvx - I hadn't realised using Word to spell check had changed my font, it does look a bit strange huh?

            Hi Ozz - my school has sparring, I'm not sure if you would call it 'real sparring' or not. We do contact sparring at full speed, but not at full force - so with padded fists, mouthguards, etc, and pulled blows.

            I'm interested in full contact Lei Tai , but my school doesn't offer that at this point, so I might need to search around a little.

            soldiermedic25 - I'll try to cope with the ribbing! :)

            CaseyRyback - Part of the attraction of Wing Chun for me was that it includes both weapons training - which is fun (an important component of holding interest!), and is relatively non-threatening compared to say most MMA, Judo, etc. This allows my wife and I to train together - as she is uncomfortable with the idea of grappling.

            Dead Money

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