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Allen Beebe
08-02-2010, 07:37 PM
I was cutting up lumber for a set of stairs today and started making up "Aikido Jokes" to myself and thought I'd share:

Q: You are enjoying casual conversation among friends when you suddenly find yourself challenged and attacked by a group apparently trained in the art of Aikido. What should you do?

A: Turn off your browser.

Q: Why do Aikidoists attack by grabbing the wrists?

A: It makes it harder to type.

Q: Does Aikido work in a fight?

A: It depends on the forum.

Can I quit my day job?

gregstec
08-03-2010, 10:49 AM
I was cutting up lumber for a set of stairs today and started making up "Aikido Jokes" to myself and thought I'd share:

Q: You are enjoying casual conversation among friends when you suddenly find yourself challenged and attacked by a group apparently trained in the art of Aikido. What should you do?

A: Turn off your browser.

Q: Why do Aikidoists attack by grabbing the wrists?

A: It makes it harder to type.

Q: Does Aikido work in a fight?

A: It depends on the forum.

Can I quit my day job?

You may be on to some 'hidden in plain sight' secrets here :)

Rob Watson
08-03-2010, 09:07 PM
Can I quit my day job?

That depends on where the stairs lead.

Janet Rosen
08-03-2010, 10:19 PM
Q. You are asked if aikido works against kicks.
A. Reboot.
(oy I can't believe I wrote that groaner)

JCT53
02-11-2011, 04:21 PM
Q. You are asked if aikido works against kicks.
A. Reboot.
(oy I can't believe I wrote that groaner)

That one made me laugh :)

Hellis
02-11-2011, 04:31 PM
Q: Which Aikido techniques do Lepers practice.

A: No touch throws.

Henry Ellis
http://aikido-controversy.blogspot.com/

Erik Cornelius
02-27-2011, 02:11 PM
This is a true story, but funny anyway

Q: So you are a martial artist ?
A: Yes
Q: What kind of martial art ?
A: Aikido
Q: OK. Where do you learn this Aikillyou, and is it good

Shadowfax
02-27-2011, 09:02 PM
One night I was training with a fellow who happens to be Jewish. As we were working on a technique he, as nage, managed to basically wind up putting his hand in my mouth... not sure how that happened. So he looks me in the eye and says ,"well at least I'm kosher.".. I look back and reply... "so does this mean we are doing Kosher nage?" :D

Needless to say neither of us could stop laughing for several minutes.:rolleyes:

Diana Frese
02-28-2011, 10:14 AM
Oh no, Cherie just reminded me with her story that New York is famous for Jewish food, (and Chinese, Cuban-Chinese, Puerto Rican --- in the old days when I was training, and now I'm sure Thai, Indian etc. etc.)

Well, after one p.m. class people might be looking for some place to eat.... One time someone took me to Nathan's, I think it was down on 14th st. and explained what the many side dishes were that were Jewish specialties.

There was a can of varnish near the desk at the dojo many weeks later and the same kind person who had taken me to Nathan's was asking what that was doing there....

I couldn't help myself, I just had to answer:

"To make Kasha Varnishkas!"

For those unfamiliar, that's buckwheat groats (look a little like wheatena but harmless for people allergic to wheat) with little bow tie pasta (usually made with wheat)

Anyway, great story Cherie!