Stupid Weapon Injuries

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What do embarassing moments have to do with weapon injuries...?
 

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What do embarassing moments have to do with weapon injuries...?

If you read Xue Sheng's post that he linked to...you'll find that he's actually talking about a weapon injury. ;)
 
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Oh, I knew that...
I was just...Testing you...
:uhyeah:
 

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Yay! I passed! :lol:

I haven't yet had any stupid weapon injuries myself but....give me time and I'm sure I'll accumulate some :D
 

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What do embarassing moments have to do with weapon injuries...?

Absolutely nothing

If you read Xue Sheng's post that he linked to...you'll find that he's actually talking about a weapon injury.

oh wait, yes.... absolutely everything... it was a staff which is a weapon, which broke my ankle therefore it must be an injury ergo a weapons injury

Oh, I knew that...
I was just...Testing you...

NEVER doubt Carol... it could give you a weapons injury :)

Yay! I passed!

as always

I haven't yet had any stupid weapon injuries myself but....give me time and I'm sure I'll accumulate some

And you will accumulate them as time goes on.

That was just one of mine.
 

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I was training with a steel mesh hacky-sack (I know it's not a weapon, but it is a good way to train kicks, so I'm going to mention it). One of the guys kicked it to me, aiming at my chest, in steed it hit my, well... yah. There's a reason I don't do that anymore.
Next, there's a reason you aren't supposed to run with a bo. And keep it up right when walking.
 

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Well, with a pocket knife(folding knife) I tried to stab a wall (doen't ask). It folded over my finger, cutting deep.

My Katana I stabbed and ruien to gi's just below my left shoulder. The katana going through my gi, and barly missing my shoulder.

Repeataly getting hit by the jo.......... anywere on the body.

Running in my hakama, and tripping in it by getting my big toe stuck in it and brusing it at the sametime.

Using ratansticks as drumming sticks, on my own head, when doing abanico.......

(wow, I sound like a wandering machoist.......)

/Yari
 

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Well, with a pocket knife(folding knife) I tried to stab a wall (doen't ask). It folded over my finger, cutting deep.

My Katana I stabbed and ruien to gi's just below my left shoulder. The katana going through my gi, and barly missing my shoulder.

Repeataly getting hit by the jo.......... anywere on the body.

Running in my hakama, and tripping in it by getting my big toe stuck in it and brusing it at the sametime.

Using ratansticks as drumming sticks, on my own head, when doing abanico.......

(wow, I sound like a wandering machoist.......)

/Yari

:O oh my GOSH!!!!!! Can't see a 2nd Dan doing all those (sorry) stupid things. Thought after all that training you get over the childish things hee hee ;)
 

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Struck myself in the head several times with nunchaku (usually while doing dual nunchaku) and slipped and fell on my tailbone while doing Kenpo's staff set salutation (there is a part where we step over the staff and pick it up with our foot....well I didn't step over it this time, I stepped on it :)
 
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