|oddeye - 2015-08-06 |
Like punching a foot or a boot full of meat
|fedex - 2015-08-06 |
where is the fat guy?
he sounds fat, sorry
|Sexy Duck Cop - 2015-08-06 |
oh come on. that skinny Filipino is every bit as insane. I mean, the dude did a spinning hook kick on a steak sandwich.
Is he Filipino? I would assume, given the context and given his accent, that he's Nepalese, but I could easily be wrong!
His kick was pretty entertaining, and I find it funny how the white guy gave our Gurkha friend shit for doing that, but then performed his own kick attack a few minutes later.
Sexy Duck Cop
whenever I see weird Indiana Jones knives I just automatically assume it's the Filipinos being Filipino.
Yeah, that makes sense! The Philippines is very well known for its indigenous knife and machete-based martial arts; some of these weapons even have blades that closely resemble the kukri. However, this *particular* knife is of Nepalese design; they gloss over the history in this clip, but the short of it is, kukris are the signature weapon of the British Empire's Brigade of Gurkhas, a group of early "special forces" units recruited in the mountains of Nepal. So I'd assume, just on that, that he's Nepalese. Also, his accent, to my ears, sounds like a mixture between Chinese and North Indian, which would correspond to Nepal.
Of course, he could also be a Filipino knife fighter brought in to showcase the kukri; I guess we will never know...!
|jfcaron_ca - 2015-08-06 |
Im aware that its spelt wrong but Im unwilling to change it
|Jet Bin Fever - 2015-08-06 |
Incredibly awkward. The only thing that would've made it worse is some heavy breathing and crying afterwards.
|yogarfield - 2015-08-07 |
i want to buy a drink for the editor responsible for :55
I want to ask that editor who his historical consultant is, and how he sleeps at night.
I was going to make a comment about how this show is pure pseudoscientific garbage, but I think that's an unnecessary observation at this point, seeing how they couldn't even go one minute without running headfirst into blatant lies and easily-researchable urban legends.
OH, and THEN they conduct a "cutting test" on a slab of unclothed, pole-braced cow meat! I suppose the producers are hoping that we'll be so impressed with their "three-dimensional orientation sensor" that we'll ignore the flaws in their experimental setup, but no, sorry Dorkiest Warrior, doesn't work like that.
|TeenerTot - 2015-08-07 |
Oh come ooooon!
|freedoom - 2015-08-07 |
Did he say for the first time in over 50 years that someone was making a khukri? They make hundreds a month, you can get a world war 2 style khukri from both Khukuri House and Himalayan Imports.
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