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Post by Bluemouse on Fri Apr 12, 2013 1:40 am

I will say this, though:

Did you know that smaller boobs tend to be more sensitive than larger ones? Something to do with the density of the nerves.

Just like a guy with a massive gut. Huge boobs? Don't bother.

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Post by Oathkeeper on Fri Apr 12, 2013 1:53 am

Huh... interesting... I always thought bigger boobs would hurt more... well you learn something new everyday...

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Post by Jilly on Fri Apr 12, 2013 2:07 am

Yea, I can see that. More fatty tissue, less need for nerves. Probably clustered around the nipples and where they meet the torso.

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Post by Kitten on Fri Apr 12, 2013 3:15 am

[quote="Bluemouse":2ddred2s]I will say this, though:

Did you know that smaller boobs tend to be more sensitive than larger ones? Something to do with the density of the nerves.

Just like a guy with a massive gut. Huge boobs? Don't bother.

That is what you tell yourself each time you out on your AA preteen bra? Awwww so cute. ^_^

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Post by Bluemouse on Fri Apr 12, 2013 3:23 am

Shut up, peanut, like you've got anything. You're like 5'2" and completely flat.

Unless you count socks. Which I don't.

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Post by Oathkeeper on Fri Apr 12, 2013 6:18 am

[quote="Kitten":298nj5tf][quote="Bluemouse":298nj5tf]I will say this, though:

Did you know that smaller boobs tend to be more sensitive than larger ones? Something to do with the density of the nerves.

Just like a guy with a massive gut. Huge boobs? Don't bother.

That is what you tell yourself each time you out on your AA preteen bra? Awwww so cute. ^_^

[quote="Bluemouse":298nj5tf]Shut up, peanut, like you've got anything. You're like 5'2" and completely flat.

Unless you count socks. Which I don't.

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Post by Kitten on Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:05 am

[quote="Bluemouse":30orotjc]Shut up, peanut, like you've got anything. You're like 5'2" and completely flat.

Unless you count socks. Which I don't.

I am almost 5'4" and C mind you... and I am willing to bet you are one of those bulky tomboy bitches that have less tits that a fat dude.

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Post by XSirenX on Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:26 am

Alright to wrap up fight styles, and who's Kung Fu is stronger, I would say hard kicks have more chance of bringing a guy down. Preferably combine them with quick punches too~

Usually punching someone first in a fight is the wrong thing to do~

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Post by Bluemouse on Fri Apr 12, 2013 1:50 pm

What makes you say (any of) that, Siren?

Also, in any fight against a much larger opponent, in this case Oath, especially one who wants to grapple you and muscle you around, you want to stay mobile and control the distance. You do this with footwork, the jab, and if you can land it safely, leg kicks. Under no circumstances should you ever try to kick someone in the head when it's very likely that they'd use the opportunity to get in close, put you down, and murder you.

If I was super jujitsu master, it'd be less of a factor on the ground, but the clinch is still a factor. Anyway, point being, do not throw kicks against someone who wants to get at your legs. Use lateral movement, control distance by sticking the jab in his face and messing him up every time he tries to come in, and if your cardio is better, let him work. Once he's tiring, you have a new advantage, and you can step up your offense.

If you're ever in a fight against a cheerleader, though, just run. They know kung fu.

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Post by XSirenX on Fri Apr 12, 2013 3:52 pm

[quote="Bluemouse":326ofki0]What makes you say (any of) that, Siren?

Also, in any fight against a much larger opponent, in this case Oath, especially one who wants to grapple you and muscle you around, you want to stay mobile and control the distance. You do this with footwork, the jab, and if you can land it safely, leg kicks. Under no circumstances should you ever try to kick someone in the head when it's very likely that they'd use the opportunity to get in close, put you down, and murder you.

If I was super jujitsu master, it'd be less of a factor on the ground, but the clinch is still a factor. Anyway, point being, do not throw kicks against someone who wants to get at your legs. Use lateral movement, control distance by sticking the jab in his face and messing him up every time he tries to come in, and if your cardio is better, let him work. Once he's tiring, you have a new advantage, and you can step up your offense.

If you're ever in a fight against a cheerleader, though, just run. They know kung fu.

What I am saying is, is that I can kick, hard.
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If you punch first, someone will either try to grab it, or evade it into something that'll get you into more hurt~
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