If they don't wear shoes...

RobinTKD

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Damn kids, no respect for each other. Nice kick though!
 

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Yeah, the kick is nice :)
With shoes on ... it would hurt a lot more ^^
 

Gwai Lo Dan

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Yeah, the kick is nice :)
With shoes on ... it would hurt a lot more ^^
Oui, c'est assez beau, mais crois-tu que c'est vrai? Ca se peut que la raison qu'il est sans soulier c'est que ce n'est pas vrai.

(That's since you said you would excuse my French) :)

Yes, it's nice, but do you think it's real? It could be that the reason he is without shoes is that it is not real.
 
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Nice kick, but I think it was staged. They're both laughing during the 'bullying' enough to make me doubt that it's real. But a good lesson none the less...
 

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Oui, c'est assez beau, mais crois-tu que c'est vrai? Ca se peut que la raison qu'il est sans soulier c'est que ce n'est pas vrai.

(That's since you said you would excuse my French) :)

Your french is excused :) Sound more like french canadian, but still ...
 
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Nice kick, but I think it was staged. They're both laughing during the 'bullying' enough to make me doubt that it's real. But a good lesson none the less...
To me is seems staged but funny none the less. And the shoes off thing is just in case I really hit you...
 

Gwai Lo Dan

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Watch closely when he throws the kick - The guy claps his hands. :)
I didn't notice that at first. It sort of looks like he is getting ready to put his hands up to defend, but I think you are right that it is a clap.
 

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I didn't notice that at first. It sort of looks like he is getting ready to put his hands up to defend, but I think you are right that it is a clap.
If you freeze it, his hands clap together at the moment of 'contact'. His fingers are extended and pointing a bit downward. It was very cleverly set up though :)
 
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