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#170619 - 07/23/05 06:16 PM You have to be pretty talented to do this....
Christie Offline
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I KO'd myself today. It's one thing to knock somebody else out but you have to be pretty talented to knock yourself out. We were sparring in class and I went to do a right leg cresant kick, left leg round kick then a right leg back kick but as I was coming around on the back kick a wave of pain went through my body from the muscle in my lower back I pulled doing who knows what last week. I coupled over but as I did the person was coming around with a round kick so my face hit their knee on the way down. I was only out for a few seconds but I felt pretty silly when I came to.

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#170620 - 07/23/05 06:33 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
muaythaiguy Offline
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using a floor to ceiling speed bag, I went for a hook, but ended up hugging the bag as it made severe physical contact with my face. It seems that I drop my left guard too much.

Moral: Don't drop your guard, and if you want to hug a floor to ceiling speed bag, wait til it stops. Also, headbutts don't work if you try using your eye.
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#170621 - 07/23/05 08:26 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
Crash Offline
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Ouch!

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#170622 - 07/23/05 10:59 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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Take it easy on yourself,I'm one of the biggest klutzes ever!
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#170623 - 07/23/05 11:32 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: SANCHIN31]
Christie Offline
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Quote:

using a floor to ceiling speed bag, I went for a hook, but ended up hugging the bag as it made severe physical contact with my face.




I was using your regualr hanging punching bag at Tae Kwon Do and we were doing side kicks. I ended up with the light bag so every time I'd hit it, it would swing right back. Right after doing a side kick the instructor came over and asked me to do it again. I got distacted by that and neglected to realize that what goes up must come down. The bag swong back and knocked me to the ground.

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It seems that I drop my left guard too much.




Bet that was a lesson well learned

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if you want to hug a floor to ceiling speed bag, wait til it stops. Also, headbutts don't work if you try using your eye.




I'll make sure to keep that in mind

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Ouch!




Very much so, however I was more embarresed then I was anything else until I got home and actually felt the headache

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Take it easy on yourself,I'm one of the biggest klutzes ever!




Me too!! But I am also a klutz who thinks she's superwomen. I never did go to the clinc to see if I had a concussion after knocking myself out. I've been ignoring the pulled muscle in my back. You know how I broke my ankle? I tripped in a hole, thats right, just tripped in a hole. I don't have any interesting sparring story to tell I get to tell everybody that I tripped in a hole I didn't see. And after I did it I was fully prepared to just get on a streetcar and go home. Figured I could just walk it off. That attitude cost me two surgeries.

You would think I would learn by now I am not made of steal and drop the "it won't happen to me" and "it'll go away on it's own" attitude.

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#170624 - 07/24/05 03:11 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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This reminds me of that "owned by physics" vid we saw going around a while ago.

I must admit, KOing yourself is quite a rare talent. Try not to use it too often.
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#170625 - 07/24/05 09:55 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
Intrepidinv1 Offline
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Christie,

Don't feel to bad about this. I once sprayed myself with pepper spray while trying to escort someone out of a bar fight. I was doing a wrist lock and turned the cannister toward myself and accidentally sprayed myself directly in the face.

In another incident a friend of mine knocked out another police officer with a flash light while trying to break up a fight using a restraint hold.

Sh** happens! Hang in there.

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#170626 - 07/24/05 12:47 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
Cord Offline
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I sliced my thumb to the bone drawing my katana in class- not a knock out but christ it was painfull, and created a blood soaked Gi- very 'Shogun assassin'
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#170627 - 07/24/05 03:39 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Cord]
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Trying to be a smarta$$ showoff, I was trying to knock over a Wavemaster with stepping through spinning back kicks, when I planted right into the bag as it was on its way back, and knocked myself flat on my back. Boy did I feel silly.

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#170628 - 07/24/05 07:25 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Bushi_no_ki]
Ethanael Offline
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I kicked myself in the head once, and it left a bruise.
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#170629 - 07/24/05 11:01 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Ethanael]
PierrePressure Offline
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I nearly kicked myself in the face with a front kick once (it got THISCLOSE) while I was warming up. Also, just recently, I hit my face on my instructor's arm, and a nosebleed ensued, and blood went everywhere (mats, my gi, etc. Thankfully none on my instructor!). I had to run off the mat with my nose in the air, and stay in the bathroom for like 10 minutes trying to make it stop! Pretty embarrassing stuff. Oh well .
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#170630 - 07/25/05 10:02 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
Intrepidinv1 Offline
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Another embarassing problem I have encountered is passing gas in class. Sometimes when we were doing jumping jacks it would sound like a warm up session for the brass ensemble.

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#170631 - 07/25/05 10:04 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Intrepidinv1]
Intrepidinv1 Offline
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Please excuse me I was getting tired when I wrote the last entry. I tend to get a little silly when I'm tired. Sorry.

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#170632 - 07/25/05 11:26 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Intrepidinv1]
Christie Offline
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haha, its ok. I used to have a similar problem. 8 months ago I weighed 250 lbs. I couldn't remember my thyroid medication so I couldn't lose weight. I stayed at that weight for years because my activity level, what I ate and my non-existant metabolism cancelled each other out causing no gain or loss in weight. Before, whenever I would do cruncehs I would pas gas. It was like, exert a little bit of energy and out the other end it went. Now, 8 months later at 175 lbs I don't have that problem. My dad has a similar problem but he's just plain old and has problems with heartburn.

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#170633 - 07/26/05 02:05 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
Foolsgold Offline
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Many moon ago (before MA) I kneed myself in the forehead somehow, ending up on the ground.

I tried to pass it off as a joke, but I was a little dizzy for that...


Edited by Foolsgold (07/26/05 02:06 AM)
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#170634 - 07/26/05 11:51 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Foolsgold]
Goliath Offline
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I remember seeing a fight in Elementary. A kid had someone in a headlock, and tried to throw a right hook at him. He ended up punching himself in the face in front of all the onlookers.

Speaking of which, I tried to apply a triangle choke on someone yesterday. My legs weren't locked properly and he man-handled his way out, and I let one rip almost to his face. Oops.

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#170635 - 07/26/05 11:52 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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Christie -

Congrats on the weight loss! Very impressive!

I had a really bad bone break, where a guy I was sparring kicked me in the coccycx(sp?) and broke it. SUPER PAINFUL, and imagine all the fun I had sitting down and going to the bathroom - for the next 3 weeks!

PROTECT YOUR TAILBONE! NO, I'M NOT JOKING! OK, MAYBE A LITTLE!
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#170636 - 07/26/05 12:25 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: MattJ]
Christie Offline
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Congrats on the weight loss! Very impressive!




Thanks! It was something that I never thought I could do. After being 250lbs for almost 2 years with no fluctuation in weight, I was really active, I at healthy, I just couldn't remember a small little pill once a day. Didn't realize how big of an impact your thyroid has what it doesn't work on all aspects of how your body works until I went back on it and that that I was an idiot for not remembering it sooner.

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I had a really bad bone break, where a guy I was sparring kicked me in the coccycx(sp?) and broke it. SUPER PAINFUL




Ouch, now that hurts!!

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PROTECT YOUR TAILBONE! NO, I'M NOT JOKING! OK, MAYBE A LITTLE!




Well its a little too late for that one. Four years ago I did something to my tailbone, I don't know what I did though. Just one day while on the Senior Leadership Course with air cadets I was leaning against a wall and my tailbone started to hurt, and it hurt even more when I stood up. Then there were a few instances where my back would go out, like I wouldn't be able to stand up. I had x-rays done and apparently its nothing. Now I have problems with my tailbone if I set certain ways, sit down for too long, stand up from sitting down, move the wrong way, when I get off my bike it feels like I've been hit repetedly in the tailbone with a sledge hammer. But I've never broken it so I can't imagine what it feels like when you do break it.

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#170637 - 07/26/05 01:06 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
MAGr Offline
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I broke my tailbone when I went snowboarding. Lets just say that you should not try jumps before the sun is out and the snow is ice!

Anyway...
Picture a french dude with a cigarrette and long red nose, sipping thoughtfully on a cognac and then saying in the most normal french accented tone "Ah.. yes. Well...yiu see it is a common problem er in zee alps, we have to put finger up your anus and pull!"


Edited by MAGr (07/26/05 01:06 PM)

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#170638 - 07/26/05 05:33 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Goliath]
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#170639 - 07/26/05 05:36 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: MAGr]
Intrepidinv1 Offline
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Anyway...
Picture a french dude with a cigarrette and long red nose, sipping thoughtfully on a cognac and then saying in the most normal french accented tone "Ah.. yes. Well...yiu see it is a common problem er in zee alps, we have to put finger up your anus and pull!"




Sounds kind of French to me.

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#170640 - 07/26/05 09:34 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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Once when we were sparring in lines I slipped in my own sweat whilst doing a Spinning Hook Kick and kinda face butted someones elbow in the next line! Got me a black eye and a round of applause! I use Anti-perspirant now!
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#170641 - 08/01/05 12:58 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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Loc: York, Pa
Don't feel too bad. I was using one of those pulley type stretch things that attatch to the ceiling, here's a pic if you don't know what I mean: http://cgi.ebay.com/Easy-SPLIT-training-...bayphotohosting

Anyway...I pulled my stretching leg up quickly, and yanked my supporting leg right out from under myself. I had a tight grip on the rope, and hung there, suspended in the air wondering what the heck just happened. I didn't get to wonder very long, because the pulley, which wasn't meant to carry that much weight, let loose from the ceiling and dropped me to the floor, then bonked me on the head. My friend and his girlfriend were there and they about peed their pants from laughing.
The only real injury was to my pride, but it was pretty damn funny.
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#170642 - 08/03/05 05:17 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Boomer]
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Loc: Nebraska
We were sitting in line waiting to spar with our sensei. My name was called, and I eagerly hurried to get into position when I tripped over my own feet, slide across the mat and got up with a split lip (turns out I bit my lip during the fall). Needless to say, my sparring day was over.
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#170643 - 08/07/05 05:27 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
AttorneyJohn Offline
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Registered: 07/31/05
Posts: 14
Loc: Houston Texas
Well, technically, you didn't quite KO yourself. The other person's knee helped. But, I can sympathisize. Back in 1986, when I was a red belt in TKD, I was sparring with one of the guys at the school after class, with the instructor sort of watching us. We were getting pretty heated, but it was still friendly, though on the intense side. At that time, I was enamaored of the axe kick, and I loved to put it to advantage when someone got out of position. My favorite way to use it was to do a crescent kick intro, to get the leg out and around the opponent, then bring it down in the axe-like motion the kick is named for.....

One problem: The crescent came up, and with the fighting adrenalie pumping, it did so a little too fast, a little too hard, and a little too high. Definitely a little too close to my nose. You can guess what happened.

Mr. Knee, you've met Mr. Nose, correct?

Dang thing bled all down the front of my uniform even before I could get out of the room and to the restroom for the quickest source of a towel-like substance to stop it with.....

So, while I didn't know myself out, I did manage to nearly kick myself in the face hard enough to break my own nose. Strange things happen sometimes, don't they...

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#170644 - 08/07/05 08:18 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: AttorneyJohn]
skinner Offline
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Registered: 03/08/05
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This isn't strictly MA related but its as funny as hell. I have a friend whos brother jumped up in the air and his heels came upwards and he kicked himself in the nuts... i never thought it was possible... his brother managed to punch himself in the nose and make it bleed.... it must run in the family.

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#170645 - 08/08/05 03:57 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: skinner]
Celebrian Offline
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well, i haven't exactly done anything embarrassing MA-wise, other than getting winded through a kickpad, from the side :P

buut, my most klutsiest (sp :P) moment was a few weeks ago...at school there is a big quadrangle, and in the middle is some big steps facing an outdoor stage...anyway, the steps are about ...1 1/2 feet high and wide each. well, our group sits/stands on the steps at lunchtimes... then bell rang, and of course, i go to step to the ground, by my heel misses the edge, and i go sumersaulting off the step onto concrete pavers...i managed to land feet first, but i then stumbled and tripped and landed on my stomach...no one laughed, but i swear, everyone in the school just stared at me, how embarrassing. I was lucky there was no training that afternoon (was cancelled) because my knees/hands/arms were grazed, and i was just generally sore
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#170646 - 08/10/05 04:43 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Ethanael]
DizzyDogg6803 Offline
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Quote:

I kicked myself in the head once, and it left a bruise.




This one just seemed really funny to me.

Nothing really funny has happened to me so far. But this one time my friend was practicing his side kick on the bag. The next thing I know I hear a THUD! I looked over and he was lying down underneath the bag, and it was swinging back and forth. It was really funny.

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#170647 - 08/13/05 07:34 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: DizzyDogg6803]
hugo Offline
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Registered: 08/03/05
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Loc: I am not going to specify that...
At my Judo class I was sparring with the Adults (I'm 13) and I accidentally headbutted one of the Black Belts. He got annoyed and elbowed me in the face. I held my nose a second then asked him why he hit me. He thought I head butted him on purpose. I never got an apology.
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#170648 - 08/13/05 12:12 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: hugo]
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that guy doesn;t deserve his black belt then. first off he should have apologised to you and second he deffinatley shouldn't have elbowed you in the face.
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#170649 - 08/14/05 08:47 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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When I first began studying the martial arts, I would warm-up before class by sharply raising each leg over my head, to stretch the back of my legs. (Can't do that anymore!) Looked like a punter as he kicked a football. Anyway, I once kicked so hard and so high that my post leg flew out from under me, and I landed flat on my back. Knocked the wind out of me, but gave the class a good laugh, as I recall.

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#170650 - 08/14/05 07:30 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Gino]
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Quote:

When I first began studying the martial arts, I would warm-up before class by sharply raising each leg over my head, to stretch the back of my legs. (Can't do that anymore!) Looked like a punter as he kicked a football. Anyway, I once kicked so hard and so high that my post leg flew out from under me, and I landed flat on my back. Knocked the wind out of me, but gave the class a good laugh, as I recall.




I've seen this happen many times, almost happened to me last week. I felt my foot starting to go and somehow managed to keep my balance, but it was close!

I also remember one of my class mates doing a flying side kick one time. It was beautiful, perfect position and technique. He was so surprised and excited that he actually managed to do it, that he forgot to put his feet down and went straight down, landing still in that perfect flying side kick position. ouch

Laura

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#170651 - 08/15/05 11:28 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: PierrePressure]
lucky1 Offline
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I was in class, turned to talk to the person behind me, jammed my elbow into the edge of the seat. had to yank it out, watched as the arm went numb, next thing i new i was looking at the ceiling laying on the floor. teached called for the ambulance, very embarassing. thats what happens when you hit a pressure point just right

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#170652 - 08/15/05 11:46 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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I was in class one day. Turned to talk to the person behind me. Jammed my elbow into the seat of the chair. Had to yank it out. Watched as my arm went numb. Next thing i knew i was lyiing on the floor looking at the ceiling. Teacher called for an ambulance, i felt really embarrassed. Thats what happens when you hit a pressure point just right.

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#170653 - 08/19/05 10:18 AM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Christie]
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Reminds of the neverous boxer pacing back in forth, his corner men asked him why are u so neverous. He looked across the ring and said "You see how bad that guys beating his self up, he must be one Bad A$$ dude". I'm not sure I can hit that hard. LOL!!!!

You guys are Bad A$$ and didn't know it. Or maybe you do in regards to the topic.


Edited by Neko456 (08/19/05 10:19 AM)
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#170654 - 09/13/05 05:48 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: Neko456]
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I kneed myself in the head playing volleyball. That's right, volleyball.
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#170655 - 09/13/05 06:04 PM Re: You have to be pretty talented to do this.... [Re: rideonlythelabel]
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I trip walking down the street on perfectly flat ground ALL the time. My friends always say, "are you serious? You actually TRIPPED while just trying to walk?? HAHAHAHAH!!"

To go into stupid clutz type mistakes in either MA or Breakin would require me to find an editor and publishing company....expect this epic to be in a store near you!
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