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Desc:Shirtless knife-chucks!
Category:Stunts, Arts
Tags:martial arts, Knives, nunchaku, knife-chucks
Submitted:Space Helicopter
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Comment count is 20
socialist_hentai - 2009-08-13
he's a shoe-in for the Darwin award.
tamago - 2009-08-14
You'd be correct if this guy sucked at this. However, he seems to be pretty adept here.

Also, I thought the Darwin Awards applied to people who clearly had no idea what they were doing.

mouser - 2009-08-13
Also "His balls are absent"
Man Who Fights Like Woman - 2009-08-13
This will end well, just like all Internet jokes made reality.
CaptainJesusHood - 2009-08-13
Yeah knife-chucks are a terrible idea but come on that guy is way better with them than I expected him to be. RESPECT THE SKILLS.
Camonk - 2009-08-13
While that guy undeniably has good hands, I still can't see this continuing on a positive track.
Chibisuke - 2009-08-13
I wouldn't even be standing that close with the camera.
Hooper_X - 2009-08-13
At first I was like :/, but then I was like :0 and then I was like :D but after two whole minutes of it I was just like :|
SCARY.WIZARD - 2009-08-13
That guy's gonna get himself fuckin' cut wide open.
cognitivedissonance - 2009-08-13
Tomorrow's grisly example used to litigate awat an imagined threat against today's youth during a slow midterm election year, today!
RockBolt - 2009-08-13
Oh no, I want to see those knives slice a tomato first before I get TOO impressed
Goofy Gorilla - 2009-08-13
Have nun-chucks ever been used as a practical weapon?
Tuan Jim - 2009-08-13
Yes. The originals are a grain-threshing tool in Okinawa. The locals weren't allowed to have weapons and the samurai were total assholes, so a dude who spent all day swinging a heavy wooden stick on a chain to smash grain (thus separating it from the outer husk) found he could just as easily swing the same heavy stick on a chain to smash the brain of a samurai (thus separating it from the outer husk).

The actual weapon/farming version is way less flashy and more crush grain/brainy.

Blaise - 2009-08-14
That guy is pretty good with those things, but it is kinda funny to think you'd convert a stabbing weapon to a bashing weapon and not expect it to hurt yourself more often than someone else.

Sean Robinson - 2009-08-13
Fuck it, this is kind of cool.
Cleaner82 - 2009-08-15
That is word for word what I thought.

mashedtater - 2009-08-13
i thought there might be a mishap, but he got some mad skills yo.
Avengingatheist - 2009-08-14
I agree with RockBolt and minus 1 star because those aren't Ginsu knives
glendower - 2009-08-14
This guy is the man, but what would complete this picture is if he were doing this in a McDonald's.
mon666ster - 2009-08-14
Maybe not today, and maybe not tomorrow, but some day, some day this guy's gonna be making a trip to the hospital. In the meantime, this is pretty freakin' badass.
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