Amount of texts to »kung-fu« 13, and there are 13 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 147 Characters
Average Rating 3.308 points, 2 Not rated texts
First text on Jun 9th 2000, 17:17:03 wrote
voice about kung-fu
Latest text on May 14th 2013, 14:30:33 wrote
Watkins about kung-fu
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on May 14th 2013, 14:20:41 wrote
Watkins about kung-fu

on May 14th 2013, 14:30:33 wrote
Watkins about kung-fu

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the old pirate wrote on Mar 7th 2001, 02:47:22 about

kung-fu

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Kung fu is so much more than breaking planks with your forehead. It means »hard workand applies to everything in one's life. If you work hard at being a good cook, you are kung fu cook. If you work hard at being a good parent, you are kung fu parent. The brucelee-stuff is fun, but it really has little to do with the overall essence of kung fu.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 16th 2001, 15:48:59 about

kung-fu

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We learn from the movies that when 15 kung-fu experts attack you at one time, they will wait patiently for you to disable them.

Josef wrote on Aug 1st 2000, 01:46:54 about

kung-fu

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I once heard about a kung-fu master who trained himself by punching into a barrel of water 500 times a day. When he got stronger, he switched to a barrel of beans. Then, sand. I have been attempting to duplicate this kung-fu training by punching into a barrel of sawdust. However, I cannot do it 500 times a day. I can only do it a few times, every once in a while, when no one is around. This is because all my barrels of sawdust are at work.

voice wrote on Jun 9th 2000, 17:17:03 about

kung-fu

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i learnt kung-fu in a supermarket. a group of angry terrorist arrived in the groceries section, irritated at the way these huge corporations were taking over towns, growing and growing, so that the growth of their exploitation (i.e. in the third world) could grow too. i did not feel that i could join them, because i shopped here, and it was conveniant, and i did not wish to only enlarge my hypocrisy.

instead, i practised my kicks on the terrorists. i realised that i had become quite good, so i made a belt out of black curtain-material. i wear it everywhere.

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