|duck&cover - 2012-05-13 |
I guess he should fear ham-burglars.
|TimidAres - 2012-05-13 |
I dont know what a "bugla" is, but Im glad I now know how to defend myself from one.
And knowing is half the battle!
|Corpus Delectable - 2012-05-13 |
Needs fatswordsman tag
Seriously, the "defend" tag needs to die in a fire, since "defense" is already linked, and the manifoldly and splendiforously linked "fatswordman" tag needs to replace it.
This video deserves its place in the oeuvre.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-05-13 |
|The Mothership - 2012-05-13 |
Now I know how to be the most badass burglar ever.
extra star for the big kick.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-05-13 |
God I love this.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-05-13 |
Let's be honest, a burglar isn't going to find anything to steal in his home.
MacGyver Style Bomb
As a utility worker, I see a few of those "There is nothing in here worth your life" window stickers. Thanks to the conditions of such places, you can honestly say that there's nothing inside worth your *time*.
The only burglar he's got to worry about is Hamburglar.
|Callamon - 2012-05-13 |
How old is he 16ish 32ish ? Also needs the Heavy Breathing tag.
|catpenis27 - 2012-05-13 |
I saw that preview, and read it as "katana vs BURGER". I knew who it was by the preview, and I'm sticking with burger.
Also every time I see this I think of some lines from a movie: "I carry a knife for protection", next person says "People who carry knives get shot."
|SixDigitDebt - 2012-05-13 |
Where's the neckbeard tag, you heretic?
It's really more of a double-chin beard.
|misterbuns - 2012-05-13 |
A delicious selection from the comments:
have u ever killed someone who is truing to break into ur house ?
RichieBees 1 day ago
Never killed anyone, but someone tried mugging me once in Riverside Park in NYC, I used my weight to rip a branch off a tree and proceeded to take the guy apart.
bbillyk in reply to RichieBees 1 day ago
|misterbuns - 2012-05-13 |
"With your master technique why not simply slice the bullet is half with superior, one thousand time folded steel?
From the description:
"None of these techniques are foolproof, and the best thing to do would be to simply not be seen."
I find this a lot like the Goodyear Blimp offering lessons on how to be a stealth bomber.
|BHWW - 2012-05-13 |
Please, this is so lame.
A Tactical wazikashi would work much better.
|Hank Friendly - 2012-05-13 |
Maybe its the fact that this guy somewhat resembles me if I was 100 pounds fatter, or the possibility that had I not made the choices I did in life, this very well could have been me (in as much as that is possible), but I think he is a shining beacon of hope in the eternal morass of darkness that is the internet. Full aware of the ridiculousness of his situation, he drives on, unafraid, almost recklessly, towards glory. I salute you fatswordsman.
|fourthguy - 2012-05-13 |
None of these techniques are frooproof. Good to know.
|badideasinaction - 2012-05-13 |
I voted this up the the hopper because of the wonderful slight pause at 4:27 where he thinks his cunning plan through.
well, you know, MOST guns would be able to fire through a door...yes, so...it's a good thing you will enver encounter anything more dangerous than a Nerf gun I suppose
|Aelric - 2012-05-14 |
Just hangin' out.
|Redford - 2012-05-14 |
One of the popular panels at naka is the panel where the guy actually trained in era-appropriate katana technique shows a bunch of people how a sword would be used to chop your torso in half. It's pretty enjoyable every single year.
Does the audience get to choose which weeabo gets bisected, or does the panel host bring their own human sacrifices?
|garcet71283 - 2012-05-14 |
Filmed by mom.
|hammsangwich - 2012-05-14 |
Bowglore, bugla, bugguler, borger, burger. This guy needs to tighten up his jowls.
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