The idea of those kids with weapons frightens me. Especially that last kid...
man, what´s wrong with the second pic?
oh shit, and i didn´t see the fourth!
The second photo looks like the little boy is practicing karate in front of a big photo-mural of another karate student practicing karate. We could then take *this* photo, turn *it* into a photo-mural, etc., and we'd have infinite regress.
Or actually, now that I think of it, pic two looks like a little boy practicing karate in front of a big photo-mural of Chris Farley in ninja-drag.
The way of the loser.
what's the fourth one handling? an Oar?
she's gonna fucking kill you!
Number four is hawt. (Boy or girl?)
Anonymous asked, "what's the fourth one handling? An Oar?" It's an eku, which is the Okinawan word for the wood used in ... an oar. That's the whole idea with Okinawan weapons - seeing as the Okinawans weren't permitted by the Japanese to own weapons, once upon the time, they got along quite nicely with weapons made from farm implements and the like. Including oars.
Are those ice climbing axes?
@ Sig.No, those are Japanese sickles or usugama. Good for gardening and good for fighting. :)
The guy armed with the book is the most dangerous of them all.Because knowledge is power.
Michael Jackson's baby mama Debbie Rowe photobombed the 2nd pic.
I wonder what style you are doing ? Very brave putting your pictures up. An oar isn't that unusual as weapons in those days were everyday items.
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