By blahblah - 27/06/2013 01:57 - United States - Richardson

Today, I decided to try Karate. In an attempt to roundhouse-kick a hanging boxing glove, I knocked over a lamp, lost my balance and pulled down my curtains. My neighbor then looked through the window, started laughing and yelled, "KUNG FO POWA!" FML
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Just remember grasshopper, Wax on, Wax off

HowAreYouToday 34

Just karate chop your neighbor.

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HowAreYouToday 34

Just karate chop your neighbor.

With OP's current record she might end up knocking down their neighbors whole house.

time to switch sports OP

because shes so good at karate

everybody was Kung Fu fighting

Crane kick- no can defend

Just remember grasshopper, Wax on, Wax off

Life... Ain't that a kick in the... Lamp?

three in one move, no need to perfect that round house kick , also creepy neighbor

And people wonder why a lot of karate courses start out with the boring stuff like stretching.

Sounds to me like OP is more of a DIY Sensei.

That's when you start creeping on him/her to discover/comment on their in-home embarrassment causing habits. Everybody has them.

I think you just may be predisposed to stalking... Might want to get that checked.

Pick up your jacket!

You can't tell me what to do. I never hang my jacket.

I tried something stupid unprepared and someone made fun of me FML. Why is there a lamp and curtains and shit in the area you want to "try karate"?

What I don't understand is how OP decided that it would be a good idea to completely forego a formal education in Karate and just try to kick some shit in their house

Unless the OP started taking Karate in a school and then tried to continue practicing at home she has not tried Karate. Just flinging your leg around and calling it a roundhouse kick does not make it one.

Just do the crane on him or the pinky finger!

And that helps..... How?

1. Simple moves are more efficient. 2. If you don't have trainer or books, that's not "karate". That's "making fool of yourself".