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#174 - richardw
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(12/03/2012) [-]
she has nice lips
#198 to #174 - anon
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(12/03/2012) [-]
all asians have nice lips man
#212 to #174 - Jackimole
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(12/03/2012) [-]
she's got a purdy mouth.
#374 - taxation
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(12/03/2012) [-]
What she shoulda posted:
What the zoobidey flip-flop-bop did you just say about me, you flippidy zoob woobity? I'll have you know I zooped and flooped to the top of my class in the zobbler wobbler, and I've rop-wop-flopped in numerous shoobidy doobidies on floppity pudding, and I have over 300 shibbidy bops. I am trained in flap-floppities and I'm the top doober in the entire shibbidy. You are nothing to zoobidy-me but just another zoobidy. I will zoop you the blop out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this floobidy Earth, mark my flibbidy flop. You think you can flop away with zoobing that doobie-woobie to me over the Interzoobies? Think again, flap-flopper. As we speak I am zipping my blopping bloop of flobbidies across the boopidy and your floopidy is being flopped right now so you better poopidy for the big zoobidy flop party, son. You're jeeber zeebered, son. I can be anywhere, any-flopping-time, and I can zoop and woop you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my boobidy shoobidies. Not only am I extensively zooped in zip-wop, but I have access to the entire zabber of the Zap Wop Muggity Top and I will zoop it to its full extent to flap your flobbity flob off the face of the zoobie, you zabber wabber. If only you could have known what zopping fury your little "zoopity" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have zooped up. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you flapping babbling shooby-wooper. I will zip zop all over you and you will drown in it. You're zooped, son.
#328 - thegreatbizzo
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Cardcaptors! oh the nostalgia!
Cardcaptors! oh the nostalgia!
#334 to #328 - rosservelt
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(12/03/2012) [-]
I used to love that show! I didn't think anyone else remembered it, but yes the nostalgia is immense right now
I used to love that show! I didn't think anyone else remembered it, but yes the nostalgia is immense right now
#317 - yunablade
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(12/03/2012) [-]
**yunablade rolled a random image posted in comment #1893198 at MLP Friendly Board **

Everyone here is showing badassery, and I'm just here not giving a ****
#285 - satanisthesavior
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Just pointing out that those medals and awards might not mean ****. Some competitions only involve showing off forms and not actual combat. Even then, the combat is structured and refereed to some extent so even that isn't necessarily a good indicator that someone can fight.

Besides, in an actual fight nobody cares if you fight dirty, and I've never seen a martial arts that teaches dirty fighting techniques...
#289 to #285 - rzone
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Depends on what you see as dirty, but krav maga is pretty reckless, my best friend is a Hauptmann (german equivalent of captain) in the army and they taught some pretty hard moves.
In the end what matters is not your style but that you are the one that stands back up again.
#290 to #289 - satanisthesavior
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(12/03/2012) [-]
This is true, however I doubt there are many 16-ish year old girls learning Krav Maga...
#293 to #285 - DropDeadShred
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Basically all of them do, but the point of martial arts is to train your body to be ready and your reactions to be fast enough for any situation, not to teach you every move you should use in that situation.
Also look up Luke Holloway on Youtube, he's a great martial/combat artist that teaches how to fight dirty to survive. He's also got some videos on life in Japan and stuff like that, worth a look at.
#300 to #293 - yeahguy
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(12/03/2012) [-]
YOU MEAN IM ALLOWED TO SWEEP THE LEG?!
#298 to #293 - satanisthesavior
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(12/03/2012) [-]
My point was just that showing off all your martial arts medals doesn't necessarily indicate that you could win an actual fight...
#302 to #298 - DropDeadShred
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Well that's sort of a given, I was just saying that a lot of martial arts train you to fight dirty.
#310 to #302 - satanisthesavior
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(12/03/2012) [-]
I was just saying that I was just saying...
#315 to #285 - archosaurusrev
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Psst.

Muay Boran.
#319 to #285 - tonyredgrave
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Thai Boxing, Drunken Boxing, Maybe mantis I'm not sure about that one.
#323 to #285 - satanisthesavior
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(12/03/2012) [-]
To everyone replying with martial arts that could actually be useful in a real fight I ask you to remember that the person in question is a teenage girl. I highly doubt she is learning those martial arts.
#124 - imadethistopost
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(12/03/2012) [-]
least i can drive without causing a 18 car pileup.
#375 - bossauce
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(12/03/2012) [-]
#355 - genericnewfag
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Mfw the experts in the comments.
#353 - thegreatgp
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(12/03/2012) [-]
she probably lift
she probably lift
#335 - weirddark
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(12/03/2012) [-]
#218 - robertdylan
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(12/03/2012) [-]
MFW description
MFW description
#190 - gotohemp
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#143 - nifix
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(12/03/2012) [-]
MFW Cardcaptors poster is in the background   
   
I wish I had one...
MFW Cardcaptors poster is in the background

I wish I had one...
#94 - puccypirateisback **User deleted account**
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(12/03/2012) [-]
But do you lift?
#89 - Schwarzenegger
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#19 - FuckYouFatBen
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(12/03/2012) [-]
She is so hot. I'd marry her.
#367 - katastrophelol
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(12/03/2012) [-]
To be honest you can have as many medals you want, if you are and 100 lbs girl and an 200+ lbs guy choses to fight you seriously you will be overpowered by him easily if he is not an complete retard. He doesnt even need to punch you in the head, he can just punch into your arms/shoulders and/or kick you legs/ankles/knee
#373 to #367 - anon
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Good luck outrunning a 100 lb girl being a 200+ pound fat-ass.
#376 to #373 - barehype
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Since when does 200+ lb mean fat, I'm 99.9% sure he meant someone who is very tall and muscular.
#378 to #367 - kilgara **User deleted account**
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#219 - bluerangermartin
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Martial arts never prepare you for a real fight unless you are doing it for so many years. People always assume that since they have been doing taekwondo and are a green belt or whatever that they will be able to destroy anyone. Unfortunately they can never take a hit from someone who knows how to throw one. The only time fights really happen are in bars too and your 'Forms' won't help you in any way. It all depends on how naturally keen you are/ how much pain you can take. I fought against some form of karate(cant remember the type, it was an agreed fight, UFC) and when it started he tried to do some flippy tornado kick and I moved in close and ducked his head height kick, floored him with one punch. I don't like how cocky people get just for practising martial arts. It's a dangerous habit.
#286 to #219 - freakyfingers
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(12/03/2012) [-]
How many times are people going to post this crap. This is like, the 5th person who posts how useless martial arts are, but in different worded form.
#221 to #219 - frienderman
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Similarly, just because you can throw a punch doesn't mean you can take anyone on. A good balance of form and strength is needed.
#222 to #221 - bluerangermartin
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Yeah, you need to be able to take a hit and throw them. Also awareness is important. Dojos are like McDonalds nowadays. They are everywhere and generally low quality 'Pay for your belt' type deals.
#223 to #222 - frienderman
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Take a hit, throw a hit, and form. If you just go into a fight swinging your fists and screaming you're going to be thrown to the floor in two seconds.
#226 to #223 - anon
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Nah form doesn't mean anything unless you're practicing lotus style or some other super ridiculous nonsense. The reason martial arts gives someone an advantage is because they practice fighting way more often than someone who doesn't do martial arts. It also keeps them in very good shape which is important for fighting.
#227 to #226 - frienderman
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Form as in knowing where/how/when to hit as well as various grappling techniques. It's very important in a fight.
#225 to #223 - bluerangermartin
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Form is implied. Street fights are rarely 1v1 anyway. You need to let them approach you and keep your balance, if you go to the ground in a street fight by being tackled etc, you are a goner.
#233 to #219 - crazymero
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(12/03/2012) [-]
i have been taking muay thai kickboxing courses for 4 months now we train 3 times per week monday-strength wednesday-technique and friday-sparring at full force... I don't think i am a good street fighter,but older fighters are amazing... one day after courses when we were walking home a group of seven douchebags saw us with hand bandages and said that they are going to fight us... sensei told us to stay back and took with him the best student who's been training for about 6 years. 2 guys took seven idiots down... i don't say that they didn't take a punch or two but wtf they crushed triple their number
#238 to #233 - bluerangermartin
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Muay thai is amazing, I really want to fight someone who practises. It would be a good learning experience :D
#260 to #238 - crazymero
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(12/03/2012) [-]
if he practices for enough time you don't want to fight him or her :))
#228 to #219 - angelusprimus
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Ahem, not completely right.
While there are showy martial arts, and ones that are more dancing then fighting (non contact sports I'm looking at you), you do not want to mess with people who are trained in true full contact ones like kyokushin karate or krav maga. Even aikido gives you a really good edge over someone who isn't trained and relies on his muscle and "punch to the head" tactics.
You will also note that martial arts i named are all very low in motion. There are no fancy flippy kicks. And if you tried to move close to someone trained in either of those and then throw a standard punch you'd find yourself lying down wondering where did all the pretty stars come from.
#122 - Her
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(12/03/2012) [-]
INUYASHA POSTER!
INUYASHA POSTER!
#129 to #122 - tyrain
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(12/03/2012) [-]
also Death Note !
#139 to #129 - anon
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(12/03/2012) [-]
and sakura card captor
#153 to #122 - trevorbelmont
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Am I alone in thinking Inuyasha should have been awesome but was held back by something? Demons and giant fricken swords...what went wrong?
#155 to #153 - trevorbelmont
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(12/03/2012) [-]
addendum: im not busting its chops,just wondering why I didn't enjoy it.
#159 to #155 - grimsho
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(12/03/2012) [-]
It was too shoujo.
#160 to #159 - trevorbelmont
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Forgive my ignorance to anime terms but,what is shoujo?

Note that I do watch anime but I have no idea what most terms people use mean lol
#167 to #160 - ZenMacros
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Shounin is anime/manga mainly targeted for young boys (hence the Shounen Jump magazine).

Shoujo is anime/manga mainly targeted for young girls.
#177 to #167 - RebelRy
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(12/03/2012) [-]
I still think its good even thought it was targeting young girls. The only annoying parts was Kagome and Shippo episodes. Also Kagome yelling for Inuyasha all the time got annoying.

Other then that, good anime, can't go wrong when you have a giant sword and yelling.
#402 to #177 - grimsho
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(12/03/2012) [-]
I didn't like Inuyasha regardless, but I'll try to remain unbiased while explaining.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with shoujo, but for Inuyasha, the shoujo elements took too much precedence for a show with so many shounen characteristics (headstrong overpowered main character, team of good guys with varied powers fighting demons in an alternate world, etc;). Inuyasha probably could have been objectively better if they made it 'more shounen', and focused on the battles much more than they did the romance. Don't get me wrong, romantic subplot is great to have in an anime, but it just doesn't fit well enough as the main focus of a show about demons and fighting. And of course, strong fans of the show would disagree with me saying that it should be more shounen, because they enjoyed the shoujo aspects, but I still say it could have been an overall better show (although with a very different fanbase).
#399 to #177 - trevorbelmont
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(12/03/2012) [-]
I will say this,the episodes where Inuyasha went full on badass Demon were some of the best ones...
#398 to #177 - ZenMacros
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Of course. I loved it as a kid, but did groan at a lot of the romance scenes. And it all made more sense to me once I found out that the author was a woman.
#173 to #167 - trevorbelmont
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Oh...That explains everything lol.
#53 - deathbyrevenge
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(12/03/2012) [-]
Jeez, read all the comments below is people forgetting that most martial arts are defensive techniques. When I did them back in the day (not sure about other styles) I was taught to avoid a fight, but if it was going to happen, I would at least have something prepared. Techniques are not skill, they are hypothetical.