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    bamboozler is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Chuck Norris > all

    Aikido is the greatest martial art in the world.

    I've trained in karate, Judo, and boxing for roughly a year each and I am in pretty good shape so, using DBZ as a refference point, I would estimate my power level to be roughly 98 and hope to have developed my chi arts by the time I start junior high this september.

    BAMb00zl3r OUT!

    ps. I love stripped shirts

    "Grapes and grapes!"

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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Issal -- please gently suckle upon my dickle

    Also, what kind of shirt stripes are we talking about here? Vertical? Horizontal? etc.

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    Issalroc is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikido View Post
    Issal -- please gently suckle upon my dickle

    Also, what kind of shirt stripes are we talking about here? Vertical? Horizontal? etc.
    You want me to to hit your duck with a hand-held agricultural tool with a curved blade typically used for harvesting grain crop or cutting grass for hay?

    And horizontal.

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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Issalroc View Post
    You want me to to hit your duck with a hand-held agricultural tool with a curved blade typically used for harvesting grain crop or cutting grass for hay?

    And horizontal.

    No, that would be duckling on a sickle. I meant penis.

    Horizontal stripes aren't all bad. I personally don't own any 'horizontals' but I have a few 'verticals,' or verties for short as some call them.

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    Issalroc is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Is "cult" a subculture name in the US? Or in the rest of the world. Like hipster, scene, metalhead, etc.

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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    I don't think so... Maybe a grouping of subcultures?

    What is your subculture?

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    Issalroc is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    I don't belong to any subculture. But the ones called "cult" here wear striped shirts. I must confess I fail to see the link between being a cultured person or a person into obscure forms of art and wearing stripped shirts. Stripes aren't obscure.

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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    oh, those people look like jack skellington or some shit. they're always reaaalllyyy skinny, with their black jeans.

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    Issalroc is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Kinda like that.
    Also, I saw two hipsters where I live. One of them looked like a brokencyde member.
    I don't like subcultures.

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    Aikido is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    You saw two hipsters?? Whaa???

 

 
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