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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - berkut
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Oh, wait.   
 this gif gets people mad
Oh, wait.
this gif gets people mad
User avatar #43 to #6 - friedgreenpomatoes
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Katanas are designed so that, in a fight, they would glance off each other instead of hitting directly. If two katanas were to strike each other directly, like longswords are designed to do, they would most likely damage themselves.
User avatar #162 to #6 - useroftheLOLZ
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The Katana was designed to cut through unarmored peasants, and it did that rather well, in spite of the fact that they were weak as ****.

The English long sword was made to hack and stab through plate armor.

User avatar #9 to #6 - iprochaosangel
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Long sword master race reporting in
#13 to #6 - buttkickerboy
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**** broadsword and katana
CUTLASS IS THE ****
User avatar #7 to #6 - killerliquid
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Only the dumb people get mad
User avatar #8 to #7 - berkut
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but muh katana.
#18 to #6 - threeofclubs [OP]
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What's there to be mad about? If you crash a formula one car into a tank you get the same result, but no one says they're "worse."
User avatar #25 to #18 - jeengak
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honestly, i think if you switch any other 2 swords in and do that same thing, the results are probably similar
User avatar #119 to #25 - kimilsung
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User avatar #12 to #6 - pacoseago
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B-but glorious Nippon steel!
Folded over thousand times!
#78 to #12 - loganmadder
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#15 to #6 - pepante
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Im actually part of my state kendo team. and that sword gets bent because everything in the technique is wrong.
hitting with the wrong part, too much strength on that cut.
also you should never block or hit 2 swords edge to edge. with katanas you deflect, never block same with fencing, escrima and almost every sword fighting style.

User avatar #65 to #15 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Longsword fencing requires edge-on-edge blocking, you block with the part of the blade closest to the hilt. That's why longswords use a cross guard instead of something resembling a tsuba.
#169 to #65 - pepante
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well, it has a part made for blocking, not with the striking edge.
gives strength to my point
User avatar #170 to #169 - eiaisqzbsesb
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No, you're talking about straight up two-handers there, very few longswords have the edgeless part close to it's hilt. Longswords are one-and-a-half handers.
#171 to #170 - pepante
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saw the video and its rather impressive how that longsword broke the other sword.
if i may ask, how much does a common long sword wheight?
User avatar #172 to #171 - eiaisqzbsesb
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On average, the same as a Katana, between 1 and 2 Kilos
User avatar #16 to #6 - mikhailovych
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Few things here,
Katanas were never made to do that, you're supposed to cut more gently because the curvature of the blade means a lot of flesh is exposed to a slash at once, leaving long bleeding wounds, this means less force is required
Also that Broadsword is strapped in place meaning a lot of the stress on the broadsword can be lost through the mounting
#127 to #16 - bobbysnobby
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It has nothing to do with that. In japan Iron is much more scarce than in Europe. Thus their armor in Japan could not be as reliant on Metal as it was in Europe. With less metal in armor it means you dont need as heavy a blade, which means you can prioritize cutting rather than bludgeoning or piercing. The reality is that if a late medieval knight from Germany were to fight a Samurai from a similar time period the Knight would win. It has nothing to do with skill, or with tradition or the objective quality of their equipment. The Japanese two handed sword would literally break on the knights armor before hurting the knight.

They are both products of their environments. The best you can say of the Japanese Long sword is that they did a lot with very little metal, and were some of the most well crafted weapons from that period of time. Comparing them to a European knight sword in terms of its utilitarian properties is pointless without keeping in mind cultural constraints. In Europe they had to deal with much more metal based armor meaning they could not have elegant blades with minimal metal in the blade, in Japan the opposite was true and having a blade be strong light and extremely sharp was the priority. A cut is a cut if anything a blunter weapon is much worse of a cut because its much harder to stitch because you will have ripping and tearing but thats an aside.
User avatar #36 to #16 - roninneko
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Uhh, having it strapped in place actually means you have two fulcrums with an ideal "bend point" between them. It's why you hold a stick at both ends when you break it over your knee. If anything, it sets the blade up to be more stressed than it usually would be (eg. held at one end).

lrn2physics
User avatar #44 to #36 - mikhailovych
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it isn't held up in two places, it's strapped down in two places with the entire opposite side of the blade resting in a divot so there are no fulcrums
#40 to #36 - anon id: de1394c5
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This is entirely incorrect.
#72 to #40 - anon id: dc680266
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yet you said nothing to back that up only it be incorrect at least bring food you calim to be truth set it free man ive got stop drinking
User avatar #24 to #16 - berkut
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flexible vs hard is a bad idea.
User avatar #120 to #16 - kimilsung
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User avatar #64 to #16 - eiaisqzbsesb
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The point of this test was to compare the durability. The .gif does not show this, but they followed up with testing a longsword against the same broadsword, still strapped to the same block, which resulted in the broadsword shattering. The test was in no ways fair, and far from scientific, but even though I'm an adovate of the longsword and will go to hell to combat anyone who believes in "Durrr Katana best weapon, cut through tank with glorious nippon powers", I also believe that the full story must be brought forth in any discussion.
#11 to #6 - smartassassin
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**smartassassin rolled image**
katana = speed and thin
longsword = power and heavy
User avatar #14 to #11 - Fjcf
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More like
katana = cutty cutty
longsword = stabby stabby
User avatar #90 to #14 - perform
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I'd say
katana = slicey dicey
longsword = swingy slammy
User avatar #98 to #90 - eiaisqzbsesb
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You don't know much about longswords, do you?
User avatar #99 to #98 - perform
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They're long?
User avatar #110 to #99 - eiaisqzbsesb
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The myth that longswords are heavy & clumsy - WRONG! Yes, and sharp. Very sharp. They also incorporated very elaborate techniques, and the entire design is to be versitile. Against heavy armour, the longsword was used for the sake of thrusting between the gaps in the plate armour at the neck, armpits, groin, and other joints. See, most knights wore chainmail under this, but the longsword's sharp point allowed it to penetrate most forms of chainmail. Unlike other thrusting swords of it's age, however, the longsword was still more than capable of cutting slashes, which made it proficient to use against lightly armoured opponents as well.
User avatar #159 to #110 - pickstar
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What the **** man keep things short and simple like my dick
#124 to #98 - tjocksnorris
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knowing alot about swords seems very usefull
#167 to #124 - eiaisqzbsesb
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I say let them come.
I say let them come.
#41 to #11 - europe
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Old japanese iron, the type of iron used in the samurai era was garbage, the katanas were extremely brittle, the reason they had to fold it so many times
Also a longsword ain't heavy nor slow
User avatar #23 to #11 - poetsofthefall
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Longswords aren't heavy. When compared historically, they weigh nearly the same and longswords are better balanced and are longer and more flexible.
User avatar #70 to #11 - eiaisqzbsesb
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The myth that longswords are heavy & clumsy - WRONG! Such heavy, much slow.
User avatar #88 to #70 - timelordjam
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that accent tho


amazing
User avatar #89 to #88 - eiaisqzbsesb
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I believe he was born in norway, currently living in canada.
User avatar #152 to #89 - razerdude
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he is, he used to work at a shop in tronheim (norway) named walhalla
User avatar #97 to #89 - timelordjam
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is cool
User avatar #160 to #11 - enkmaster
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Not at all. I practice 14th century German style sword combat, and I can tell you any decent longsword is not at all heavy. European weapons were far more agile than most people give them credit for.
User avatar #63 to #11 - eiaisqzbsesb
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You don't know ****. The katana has a slower recovery between swings when compared to the longsword, which on average weighed the same as the Katana. This is because the katana's point of balance is further down the blade, closer to the tip. Makes the katana have more cutting power, but makes it slower.
User avatar #50 to #11 - badgerbaiting
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Best swords in the world were made from Damascus steel. All because it was quenched in donkey piss.
User avatar #161 to #50 - enkmaster
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Its a shame we cant make Damascus steel anymore.
#4 - citruslord
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#21 to #4 - anon id: 2ab4679a
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The legend is real
User avatar #57 to #4 - baconarrow
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Isn't that a steel greatsword from skyrim?
#141 to #4 - anon id: e4dae3c9
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what he is holding it all wrong you dont do broad swings with it you grab the second handle when you enter mellee, otherwise it is way to easy to evade or parry.
#10 to #4 - echobase
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No casuals allowed
#73 to #10 - eiaisqzbsesb
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User avatar #91 to #10 - perform
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>not even australium
User avatar #131 to #91 - ibangbabys
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>Paying buds for a ****** gold skin you can get in gamebanana

rofl plebs
User avatar #92 to #10 - zahnrad
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I want one.
#28 - Fjcf
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Rapier master race.
#29 to #28 - anon id: 2a67d16c
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Japanese smiths spend years working on a single katana and fold it up to a million times to produce the finest blades known to mankind.
Katanas are thrice as sharp as European swords and thrice as hard for that matter too. Anything a longsword can cut through, a katana can cut through better. I'm pretty sure a katana could easily bisect a knight wearing full plate with a simple vertical slash.
Ever wonder why medieval Europe never bothered conquering Japan? That's right, they were too scared to fight the disciplined Samurai and their katanas of destruction. Even in World War II, American soldiers targeted the men with the katanas first because their killing power was feared and respected.
User avatar #39 to #29 - DoktorHax
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Are you ******* retarded? The katana was designed to cut through flesh, not steel. Japan never had all that much steel to begin with, so they primarily fought unarmoured. Only the very rich lords could afford full armour, and then it was just a wierd style of scale mail or splinted armour. The main martial art for the katana is (i think) Iaido, which is designed for use against a lightly armoured opponent. Against a knight in plate steel, the katana would be blunted immediately, if not shattered. Ugh. ******* weeb piece of ****.
#125 to #39 - tjocksnorris
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>falling for this like 200 year old pasta
User avatar #165 to #125 - Fjcf
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****, I knew their was something fishy behind this
#163 to #125 - anon id: 1c6bdac5
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Their* FAIL!!
User avatar #126 to #125 - DoktorHax
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I know. I also dont care. I felt like replying, so i did.
#128 to #126 - tjocksnorris
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no you didn't
User avatar #129 to #128 - DoktorHax
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Except i did reply. So. Yeah.
#130 to #129 - tjocksnorris
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oh, no i meant you wouln't reply like that if you didn't think the fagt was serious
User avatar #132 to #130 - DoktorHax
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Yes i would. And i did. Why? Because i felt like it.
#133 to #132 - tjocksnorris
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lol
#33 to #29 - MarauderMatt
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Ew, someone that doesn't know what they're talking about.
Ew, someone that doesn't know what they're talking about.
#134 to #33 - anon id: ddbe9b5e
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Until someonehas a .gif where a clamped katana is being struck with a held longsword to post everywhere this argument occurs can we all just stop using it ? Ty
#157 to #134 - MarauderMatt
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#35 to #29 - Fjcf
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You do know that the only (it not the only, the first) time the samurai fought western forces the got there asses handed to them. Seach for "1582 Cagayan Battles".
40 spanish marines defeat 1000 japanese pirates (most of them ronin in full armour and armed with katanas).
And I simply cant express how much you underestimate the quality of a Toledo steel rapier and the skills of the spanish swordsman.
Katanas and samurais are way to overrated.
User avatar #117 to #35 - aytoktonik
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Archery was the main element of combat for the samurais .Kendo and jujitsu came into considerate play later when there were gifht in Japan between the various clans and kingdoms so both soldiers were trained and armoured samurai and not samurai vs villager with farming tool as weapon . I am not supporting anyone on the dis wepon iz betar war I just wanted to clear that up
User avatar #136 to #117 - Fjcf
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mounted archery*
User avatar #74 to #29 - foelkera
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jap steel had to be folded that many times because it sucks ass, though
User avatar #121 to #29 - kimilsung
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Never in my life i've heard such ********
User avatar #51 to #29 - badgerbaiting
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You are so retarded I can't even insult you. You aren't even using hard in the proper context.

Sincerely,

A Materials Scientist.
User avatar #34 to #29 - roninneko
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Poured steel wins against folded steel every time. The Japanese had to fold their blades because it was the only way they could figure out how to work around impurities in the metal and still get a thin blade. Europeans just said, "**** that noise, we'll just make our blades half an inch thick and indestructible!"

It's the difference between ramming a building with a B2 stealth bomber vs. ramming a building with a freight train. No matter how you slice it, that train's still going to be in mostly one piece on the other side.
User avatar #53 to #29 - listerthepessimist
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European medieval longswords were in fact rather blunt, relying mostly on the weight of the blade to cause crushing blows. Also the primary factor preventing medieval Europeans from conquering Japan was that it wasn't discovered by the west until 1542.
User avatar #66 to #53 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Were Medieval swords actually sharp? - The myth of the blunt sword Cute, you think you know something.
User avatar #67 to #66 - listerthepessimist
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Hey I'm just quoting the tour guide at the Royal Armouries.
User avatar #68 to #67 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Ok, so think about the logic.
You are gonna pay for a knight's equipment. First, you spend several grands on a propper set of plate armour. Then, you pay a few hundred buying a shield. Now, if the longsword, as you said, was blunt, why would you use it? Especialy considering that maces, warhammers and axes were not only cheaper, but also a LOT more effective at crushing blows.

Finaly there are several medieval sword manuals made by master swordsmen who describe longsword sharpness as "a carving knife".
User avatar #69 to #68 - listerthepessimist
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Thankyou for the information, I love to aquire new knowledge and have my preconceptions challenged.

Shame you had to deliver it in the manner of a neckbeard berating the god-squad
User avatar #71 to #69 - eiaisqzbsesb
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The myth that longswords are heavy & clumsy - WRONG! I'm just tiered of katana faggots going "Glorious folded nippon steel cut through tank with the fury of my loli moe superior manga", so my tolerance for this kind of stuff has died out.

If you really wanna learn about swords, and other weapons in general, I recomend you head over to Skallagrim's youtube channel. He does sparring, sword/knife analyzations, gun tests, and a few other things. I have, personaly, stayed away from his political videos, so I don't know weather those hold the autism of a bilion missing chromosones or not. Never the less, he does know his swords, and he presents his lectures in an entertaining, personalized way.
User avatar #77 to #71 - listerthepessimist
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As much as I admire the visuals and use of a katana, I am aware that they're not Infinitely dense god-crushers, and people need to understand that while entertaining and exciting, anime is not a historical resource.

And anyway, épée batarde ftw
User avatar #81 to #77 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Sorry, I couldn't hear you over migration-era swords and viking swords. www.templ.net/english/weapons-antiquity_and_early_middle_age.php
User avatar #83 to #81 - listerthepessimist
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Them's some nice blades
User avatar #85 to #83 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Indeed they are.
#45 to #29 - lordraine
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I thumbed you up not because that was funny, because I've seen the joke a million times, and it's really not funny anymore.

I thumbed you up solely because every other idiot that actually replied to you has, apparently, never seen that joke before, and actually thought you were serious, in spite of the fact that it's the better part of a decade old at this point, and gets made at least once a week on /tg/.

Fa/tg/uy for life.
#55 to #45 - anon id: 59eb8e85
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could you explain the joke for the hard of thinking please?
#84 to #29 - anon id: 59eb8e85
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_swordsmithing

Do yourself a ******* favor and attempt to verify the ******** you're spouting, days and weeks are considerably less than a year
#75 to #29 - anon id: dc680266
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if you can smelt the metal ypu can fold it japan doesnt hold htat right for it self though i like htep oeple thinking this it sort of smart ass who think russia beat usa in written utsalcrap oh thye used pencil while the usa spent million on it illinformed smartass are the best
User avatar #93 to #75 - newsmyrna
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wtf did you just type.
#151 to #75 - anon id: 59eb8e85
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I can make almost no sense of that

and the russians didn't use pencils
#38 to #29 - anon id: 8840c548
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you dropped your waifu and fedora. let me pick those up for you.
User avatar #49 to #38 - lyestcer
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I wouldn't touch it, it might infect you with euphoria
User avatar #48 to #28 - tarnis
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Its not about the sword
#54 to #48 - listerthepessimist
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Indeed
Indeed
#143 to #28 - thechosentroll
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En garde, douchebag!
En garde, douchebag!
#46 to #28 - mankey
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#3 - ottox
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User avatar #5 to #3 - berkut
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The more they smile, the less they see.
User avatar #145 to #5 - amonlavtar
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Probably that's why in anime sometimes when they smile, they close their eyes.
Peronally i have never seen in my life someone who would do that irl.
User avatar #166 to #145 - berkut
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I'd cringe if i see that, unless if she's cute.
#122 to #5 - anon id: ca0d7ec5
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isn´t that the case with everyone no matter what phenotype
#22 to #5 - anon id: 97617d89
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They are not smiling they are reading your mind. . .
#61 - guiltyparty
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User avatar #135 to #61 - soggypancakes
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She looks like a 5 year old. What the **** man.
User avatar #138 to #135 - redstonealchemist
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she's ASIAN dude.
she could be 37 for all we ******* know
User avatar #139 to #138 - soggypancakes
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It's still weird.
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and a japanese girl slicing through something three times before it falls isn't?
User avatar #154 to #140 - WtfStrawberries
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it was twice
User avatar #156 to #154 - redstonealchemist
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i've already been corrected on this in a different convo, yeah i was wrong
User avatar #168 to #135 - guiltyparty
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just to put it out there, i actually have looked her up before i cant remember the name but she was like 26 or something
#118 to #61 - rebaj
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yea..her
#47 - mankey
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#59 to #47 - anon id: ba0234ac
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There we have the reason as to why she was so happy to succeed.
#155 to #47 - charonodaemon
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You rack disciprine
#32 - feratrox
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#116 to #32 - aytoktonik
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>Illegal groin shot
>Illegal strike to the shin at least in taekwondo both itf and wtf
>Ilegal low kick again in tae kwon do
>Pushing form in the punch
>Incorrect understanding of distance
#56 - boredatschoolguy
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Now senpai will notice her.
Now senpai will notice her.
User avatar #123 to #56 - steppeden
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lol how do i sex?
User avatar #115 to #56 - mymommasallama
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goku beats that pussy up
#17 - bloodynose
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User avatar #94 to #17 - atomicman
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dark souls pvp
#19 - inuzukaa
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