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Registered: February 2005
Posts: 21
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Q:Now what happens when the foot comes down?
A:Ouch!
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Dazzler

Registered: September 2004
Location: Bristol
Posts: 638
7:45am

Q.What happens when the ukes foot comes up to the naddery??

A.Ouch ouch....
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AaronFrancher


Registered: February 2005
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11:41pm

Thank whoever invented the sports cup...it has saved my pride many a time.

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It is not simply a fight to the finish, it is knowing what to do once you have won.
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Nick

Registered: June 2000
Location: Atlanta, GA
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Suru

Registered: August 2000
Location: Miami, FL
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12:59pm Rating: 9 

Great stuff. This is why I don't do the kicking arts. My foot would barely go above my waist. Flexibility has never been my forte.

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