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#9 - auryn (09/04/2014) [-]
You're right, they shouldn't.
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User avatar #23 - assrocket (09/04/2014) [-]
I dunno. Not this time man.
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That's how the joke's always been explained to me. It's supposedly the equivalent to a little kid making a nonsensical joke and it's so blunt and unfunny that it becomes funny again. Tumblr over thinks things more than a high school english teacher explaining Poe to her students
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#20 - that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin insid… 09/03/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs 0
#18 - yeah fair play, ****** grim reppin crosby village…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs 0
User avatar #19 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
imagine still goin blues bar when your pushing 21 how depressin is that, staying in halls is covered by your loan, and nights out are dead cheap, especially during freshers and plus it'll be dead easy to pull haha, dont do it much meself but i have mates who get it loads so shouldn't be too hard
#20 - rdunc (09/03/2014) [-]
that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin inside and stuff, none of this goin the park every time you want a spliff haha
#16 - dunno yet, major stress livin at home so it would be blend lik…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs 0
User avatar #17 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
do it mate, majority of my crosby mates stayed at home during uni and they didnt really make many uni mates, they still go to crosby village every weekend :/ i wanted a fresh start and i got one, im doing applied chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, its like pharmacy for people who done a bit rubbish in their a levels haha
#18 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
yeah fair play, fuckin grim reppin crosby village every weekend haha. that sounds sick though, how much dough is it like? and whats the spliff situation?
User avatar #19 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
imagine still goin blues bar when your pushing 21 how depressin is that, staying in halls is covered by your loan, and nights out are dead cheap, especially during freshers and plus it'll be dead easy to pull haha, dont do it much meself but i have mates who get it loads so shouldn't be too hard
#20 - rdunc (09/03/2014) [-]
that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin inside and stuff, none of this goin the park every time you want a spliff haha
#14 - mad this, im also from crosby, used to live up by chesterfield…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs 0
User avatar #15 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
ahhh no way! guessin you went to chesterfield then? you'll love john moores yah know such a good uni, you gonna live in accomadation?
#16 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
dunno yet, major stress livin at home so it would be blend like, what you studyin?
User avatar #17 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
do it mate, majority of my crosby mates stayed at home during uni and they didnt really make many uni mates, they still go to crosby village every weekend :/ i wanted a fresh start and i got one, im doing applied chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, its like pharmacy for people who done a bit rubbish in their a levels haha
#18 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
yeah fair play, fuckin grim reppin crosby village every weekend haha. that sounds sick though, how much dough is it like? and whats the spliff situation?
User avatar #19 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
imagine still goin blues bar when your pushing 21 how depressin is that, staying in halls is covered by your loan, and nights out are dead cheap, especially during freshers and plus it'll be dead easy to pull haha, dont do it much meself but i have mates who get it loads so shouldn't be too hard
#20 - rdunc (09/03/2014) [-]
that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin inside and stuff, none of this goin the park every time you want a spliff haha
#12 - hahaha sick, whereabouts in liverpool you from?  [+] (8 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs +1
User avatar #13 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
originally from Crosby (not a proper scouser i know haha) but i live in city centre now, going to liverpool john moores. what about you?
#14 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
mad this, im also from crosby, used to live up by chesterfield high but weve just moved to by viccy park, going to john moores next year for journalism haha
User avatar #15 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
ahhh no way! guessin you went to chesterfield then? you'll love john moores yah know such a good uni, you gonna live in accomadation?
#16 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
dunno yet, major stress livin at home so it would be blend like, what you studyin?
User avatar #17 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
do it mate, majority of my crosby mates stayed at home during uni and they didnt really make many uni mates, they still go to crosby village every weekend :/ i wanted a fresh start and i got one, im doing applied chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, its like pharmacy for people who done a bit rubbish in their a levels haha
#18 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
yeah fair play, fuckin grim reppin crosby village every weekend haha. that sounds sick though, how much dough is it like? and whats the spliff situation?
User avatar #19 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
imagine still goin blues bar when your pushing 21 how depressin is that, staying in halls is covered by your loan, and nights out are dead cheap, especially during freshers and plus it'll be dead easy to pull haha, dont do it much meself but i have mates who get it loads so shouldn't be too hard
#20 - rdunc (09/03/2014) [-]
that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin inside and stuff, none of this goin the park every time you want a spliff haha
#8 - quality seein someone else from liverpool on fj  [+] (10 new replies) 09/02/2014 on Soccer/Football gifs 0
User avatar #11 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
deffo, saw someone else taking the piss out of wools on different content as well so there must be a few of us
#12 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
hahaha sick, whereabouts in liverpool you from?
User avatar #13 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
originally from Crosby (not a proper scouser i know haha) but i live in city centre now, going to liverpool john moores. what about you?
#14 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
mad this, im also from crosby, used to live up by chesterfield high but weve just moved to by viccy park, going to john moores next year for journalism haha
User avatar #15 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
ahhh no way! guessin you went to chesterfield then? you'll love john moores yah know such a good uni, you gonna live in accomadation?
#16 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
dunno yet, major stress livin at home so it would be blend like, what you studyin?
User avatar #17 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
do it mate, majority of my crosby mates stayed at home during uni and they didnt really make many uni mates, they still go to crosby village every weekend :/ i wanted a fresh start and i got one, im doing applied chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, its like pharmacy for people who done a bit rubbish in their a levels haha
#18 - rdunc (09/02/2014) [-]
yeah fair play, fuckin grim reppin crosby village every weekend haha. that sounds sick though, how much dough is it like? and whats the spliff situation?
User avatar #19 - liversupporter (09/02/2014) [-]
imagine still goin blues bar when your pushing 21 how depressin is that, staying in halls is covered by your loan, and nights out are dead cheap, especially during freshers and plus it'll be dead easy to pull haha, dont do it much meself but i have mates who get it loads so shouldn't be too hard
#20 - rdunc (09/03/2014) [-]
that does sound majorly blend im thinkin more for smokin inside and stuff, none of this goin the park every time you want a spliff haha
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#88 - i dont know, maybe youre right, but i still think the game wou… 08/28/2014 on wat 0
#62 - and also if theres no such thing as a touch of death then what…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/28/2014 on wat 0
#67 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
From Tarantino's ass?
#61 - you would be surprised man, shaolin monks are at the peak of p…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/28/2014 on wat 0
#66 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) No they are not the peak of human physical fitness. There don't even exist records of people reaching even near the human limit of total physique, because such limits are currently undefined, as noone have met a limit like that yet.

2) I'm pretty sure that Football players would decimate them in most disciplines.

3) People overrestimate the shaolin dudes waay too much. I'm 100% certain that we have calisthenics people who have mastered far better body control than them.
#88 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
i dont know, maybe youre right, but i still think the game would be more interesting with shaolin monks. guys doing double frontflips to make catches, stopping someone with an open palm strike to the solar plexus instead of that shitty tackle a lot of them do where they just basically swing them around by their shirts.

you cant deny that shit would be entertaining
#57 - i disagree, maybe in terms of sheer brute force the football p…  [+] (11 new replies) 08/28/2014 on wat 0
#58 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
Well first off, there is no such thing as a touch of death, unless you mean directly poking at a naked heart or brain.

secondly, 30 cm dosn't just mean 30 cm vertically. Your entire body grows proportionally.

Lastly it's not "maybe", it's definatly. A football player vs a monk would be like watching a pitbull vs a poodle.
User avatar #64 - snowshark (08/28/2014) [-]
Not so. Well, most of that is but not the last part. People tend to think bigger and tougher means better but a Shaolin Monk, or any martial-arts master for that matter, brings to the table a lot more than physical strength.

It might be that the player could hit hard enough to KO someone of smaller stature but it may also be that the monk, who has trained in combat his whole life, is able to dodge the footballer.

What is more, footballers are mostly not built for stamina, but strength. They're built to have muscles suited for quick bursts of strength with intervals where they slow down in-between, i.e. a weightlifter or a sprinter. However the monks train for endurance, like a marathon runner, which means they might not hit as hard but they will last longer in the fight. Think of it as comparing a footballer (US) with a footballer (Everywhere Else).

The monk also knows pressure points, where to hit the body, how to force the footballer into a compromising position, you get the idea. The footballer really only has brute force on his side as, unless he is the Quarterback, he probably lacks the same kind of mental conditioning as the monk (and even if he was a Quarterback the monk would probably still win out in the mental department.)

So in summary, the footballer might be strong but probably won't land a hit and will tire out before the monk does. Monk would probably win.
#70 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) I was talking in the context of a football game. Both parties would be armored.
2) It might be, that the play would simply ignore the monk, and grap his arm when he punches.
3) Trust me mate, you can't train endurance without strenght, and vice versa. You can merely decide what to train the most.
Like, a proffesional sprinter would easely be able to run a marathon.
4) Training for quick bursts of strenghts, means fast movements. So you are basically saying, that not only are the footballers stronger, they are also faster.
5)Footballers everywhere else train almost exclusively like sprinters. They rarely do endurance focused training(other than their warm up).
6) Everyone who've ever looked at a medical map of the human body(i.e. anyone who ever took gradeschool), it's basic biological knowleadge. But that dosn't even factor in here, because it's a football game, not a street fight.
7) Scuse me, but mentality only comes into play if the fight is relatively equal.

So in summery, the monk is gonna get steamrolled.
User avatar #75 - snowshark (08/28/2014) [-]
1) Well if that's the case then yeah the footballers would win.
2) ... yeah, good luck with that... seriously, because you'd either need to be really lucky or the monk would have to be really shitty for a non-combatant to be able to grapple them.
3) A sprinter might be able to do the Marathon but he'd be slow as dicks doing it compared to the professional marathon runner. Trust me, I've actually participated and seen it happen in the London Marathon.
4) For a very short period of time comparatively, yes. The difficulty factor is the monk out-lasting the short time where the footballer has the upper hand. However even then that speed and that strength isn't effectively utilised compared to that of the monk if we're talking combat (which I assume we are by this point since the football thing's already conceded) because reflexes and muscle memory don't just happen through being strong. Monks train to think like chess players, thinking ahead. Most football players don't need this skill unless they're the Quarterback (which I mentioned).
5) That's just untrue. They train to be able to run fast, sure, but more important than that is the ability to last on the field for about 45 minutes per half, if not further into overtime. Maybe they get a short break here or there but they're mostly on the move the whole time. The exception to this would be the defenders who do train to be more like sprinters so they can head-off the attackers and then rest when they can.
6) I don't get what that's meant to mean. I assume you've missed out a word or two.
7) Ha... ha ha. Yeahno. No, that's just bull. Mentality matters a 'lot' in fighting. It's like a 3rd value there next to strength and stamina. Have you never seen Muhammad Ali dodging 21 punches when backed into a corner? He does that easily because he has that kind of mentality of wearing down his opponents. That's what it takes to beat a brute.

Still, I don't think either of us is gonna compromise on this so best we drop it.
#85 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
A compromise cannot be reached, because this is an A or B discussion, not AB or BA discussion.
#84 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) Any punch or kick that forces your shoulders out of a horizontal line, will make your grapable, regardless of your skill
However the catch is, that if you do NOT do such a montion, you can't put any weight behind your kicks or punch.
Welcome to first world martial arts problems.

2) Weal yeah, he would be slower because his body is much more heavy.
3)Footballers train daily to be able to get from a to b as fast as possible, through a several heavy fast moving meatbags. If that does not require quick thinking and reflexes, then nothing does,
4)Yeah, but as i said earlier, you CANNOT train specifically only strenght over endurance. Both elements are worked actively, but your movement dictates what benefit the most from it.
5) I mean to say that anyone who have ever taken gradeschool knows where the pressure points are.
6) A not it dosn't and B muhammed ali does that, because he trains to do that. His skill revolve around quick reflexes and quick punches. Trust me, he wasn't thinking about anything when he went on stage.
Thats the point of training, to automate yourself, so that you don't fuck yourself over with doubt.
#62 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
and also if theres no such thing as a touch of death then what did kill bill do at the end of the movie?
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#67 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
From Tarantino's ass?
#61 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
you would be surprised man, shaolin monks are at the peak of physical fitness and while i concede that football players would have the advantage in the trenches at a football game (which is a given seeing as its what they devote their lives to being good at) in most other competitions of physical shaolin monks would wipe the floor with thsoe guys
#66 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) No they are not the peak of human physical fitness. There don't even exist records of people reaching even near the human limit of total physique, because such limits are currently undefined, as noone have met a limit like that yet.

2) I'm pretty sure that Football players would decimate them in most disciplines.

3) People overrestimate the shaolin dudes waay too much. I'm 100% certain that we have calisthenics people who have mastered far better body control than them.
#88 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
i dont know, maybe youre right, but i still think the game would be more interesting with shaolin monks. guys doing double frontflips to make catches, stopping someone with an open palm strike to the solar plexus instead of that shitty tackle a lot of them do where they just basically swing them around by their shirts.

you cant deny that shit would be entertaining
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#20 - i think all sports would benefit from the addition of shaolin monks  [+] (17 new replies) 08/28/2014 on wat +85
#42 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
Except, you know, sports that require raw strenght, like american football.

Martial or not, a 160-170 cm short guy with medium muscle mass, have no chance in hell of stopping/hindering a 2 meter tall mass of muscle.
#63 - adamks (08/28/2014) [-]
American football wouldn't require raw strenght if people were ninjas and would jump past each other like that.
#71 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
The monks would get steamrolled.
I don't think you guys understand sport at all. The reason why footballers are all tall beefy guys, is because thats the optimal physique for the sport.

Likewise, the reason most swimmers are medium high and slim, is because thats the optimal physique for that sport.
#76 - adamks (08/28/2014) [-]
Yeah, swimming is very simple, but if you look at the gif, and imagine a team being able to play like that, that would probably be a lot more effective than the regular football team, the same can most likely be said about american football. If you can alltogether avoid the opponent, that's obviously more effective than tanking through them.
#57 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
i disagree, maybe in terms of sheer brute force the football player would win out, but the monk could just give a cheeky little five finger touch of death and explode the guys heart, and then his 30 extra cm doesnt seem so significant does it?
#58 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
Well first off, there is no such thing as a touch of death, unless you mean directly poking at a naked heart or brain.

secondly, 30 cm dosn't just mean 30 cm vertically. Your entire body grows proportionally.

Lastly it's not "maybe", it's definatly. A football player vs a monk would be like watching a pitbull vs a poodle.
User avatar #64 - snowshark (08/28/2014) [-]
Not so. Well, most of that is but not the last part. People tend to think bigger and tougher means better but a Shaolin Monk, or any martial-arts master for that matter, brings to the table a lot more than physical strength.

It might be that the player could hit hard enough to KO someone of smaller stature but it may also be that the monk, who has trained in combat his whole life, is able to dodge the footballer.

What is more, footballers are mostly not built for stamina, but strength. They're built to have muscles suited for quick bursts of strength with intervals where they slow down in-between, i.e. a weightlifter or a sprinter. However the monks train for endurance, like a marathon runner, which means they might not hit as hard but they will last longer in the fight. Think of it as comparing a footballer (US) with a footballer (Everywhere Else).

The monk also knows pressure points, where to hit the body, how to force the footballer into a compromising position, you get the idea. The footballer really only has brute force on his side as, unless he is the Quarterback, he probably lacks the same kind of mental conditioning as the monk (and even if he was a Quarterback the monk would probably still win out in the mental department.)

So in summary, the footballer might be strong but probably won't land a hit and will tire out before the monk does. Monk would probably win.
#70 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) I was talking in the context of a football game. Both parties would be armored.
2) It might be, that the play would simply ignore the monk, and grap his arm when he punches.
3) Trust me mate, you can't train endurance without strenght, and vice versa. You can merely decide what to train the most.
Like, a proffesional sprinter would easely be able to run a marathon.
4) Training for quick bursts of strenghts, means fast movements. So you are basically saying, that not only are the footballers stronger, they are also faster.
5)Footballers everywhere else train almost exclusively like sprinters. They rarely do endurance focused training(other than their warm up).
6) Everyone who've ever looked at a medical map of the human body(i.e. anyone who ever took gradeschool), it's basic biological knowleadge. But that dosn't even factor in here, because it's a football game, not a street fight.
7) Scuse me, but mentality only comes into play if the fight is relatively equal.

So in summery, the monk is gonna get steamrolled.
User avatar #75 - snowshark (08/28/2014) [-]
1) Well if that's the case then yeah the footballers would win.
2) ... yeah, good luck with that... seriously, because you'd either need to be really lucky or the monk would have to be really shitty for a non-combatant to be able to grapple them.
3) A sprinter might be able to do the Marathon but he'd be slow as dicks doing it compared to the professional marathon runner. Trust me, I've actually participated and seen it happen in the London Marathon.
4) For a very short period of time comparatively, yes. The difficulty factor is the monk out-lasting the short time where the footballer has the upper hand. However even then that speed and that strength isn't effectively utilised compared to that of the monk if we're talking combat (which I assume we are by this point since the football thing's already conceded) because reflexes and muscle memory don't just happen through being strong. Monks train to think like chess players, thinking ahead. Most football players don't need this skill unless they're the Quarterback (which I mentioned).
5) That's just untrue. They train to be able to run fast, sure, but more important than that is the ability to last on the field for about 45 minutes per half, if not further into overtime. Maybe they get a short break here or there but they're mostly on the move the whole time. The exception to this would be the defenders who do train to be more like sprinters so they can head-off the attackers and then rest when they can.
6) I don't get what that's meant to mean. I assume you've missed out a word or two.
7) Ha... ha ha. Yeahno. No, that's just bull. Mentality matters a 'lot' in fighting. It's like a 3rd value there next to strength and stamina. Have you never seen Muhammad Ali dodging 21 punches when backed into a corner? He does that easily because he has that kind of mentality of wearing down his opponents. That's what it takes to beat a brute.

Still, I don't think either of us is gonna compromise on this so best we drop it.
#85 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
A compromise cannot be reached, because this is an A or B discussion, not AB or BA discussion.
#84 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) Any punch or kick that forces your shoulders out of a horizontal line, will make your grapable, regardless of your skill
However the catch is, that if you do NOT do such a montion, you can't put any weight behind your kicks or punch.
Welcome to first world martial arts problems.

2) Weal yeah, he would be slower because his body is much more heavy.
3)Footballers train daily to be able to get from a to b as fast as possible, through a several heavy fast moving meatbags. If that does not require quick thinking and reflexes, then nothing does,
4)Yeah, but as i said earlier, you CANNOT train specifically only strenght over endurance. Both elements are worked actively, but your movement dictates what benefit the most from it.
5) I mean to say that anyone who have ever taken gradeschool knows where the pressure points are.
6) A not it dosn't and B muhammed ali does that, because he trains to do that. His skill revolve around quick reflexes and quick punches. Trust me, he wasn't thinking about anything when he went on stage.
Thats the point of training, to automate yourself, so that you don't fuck yourself over with doubt.
#62 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
and also if theres no such thing as a touch of death then what did kill bill do at the end of the movie?
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#67 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
From Tarantino's ass?
#61 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
you would be surprised man, shaolin monks are at the peak of physical fitness and while i concede that football players would have the advantage in the trenches at a football game (which is a given seeing as its what they devote their lives to being good at) in most other competitions of physical shaolin monks would wipe the floor with thsoe guys
#66 - shadowgandalf (08/28/2014) [-]
1) No they are not the peak of human physical fitness. There don't even exist records of people reaching even near the human limit of total physique, because such limits are currently undefined, as noone have met a limit like that yet.

2) I'm pretty sure that Football players would decimate them in most disciplines.

3) People overrestimate the shaolin dudes waay too much. I'm 100% certain that we have calisthenics people who have mastered far better body control than them.
#88 - rdunc (08/28/2014) [-]
i dont know, maybe youre right, but i still think the game would be more interesting with shaolin monks. guys doing double frontflips to make catches, stopping someone with an open palm strike to the solar plexus instead of that shitty tackle a lot of them do where they just basically swing them around by their shirts.

you cant deny that shit would be entertaining
User avatar #24 - basaltface (08/28/2014) [-]
agreed..

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