Something all the azians know about when it comes to sports related injuries. Coming from SweetPinoy85, this goes out to all the DDR mavericks out there:
R - Rest = Make sure to rest the part of your body that hurts. That probably goes without saying. Just don't use the aching body part as much as you normally would.
I - Ice = As soon as you can, put ice where the pain resides. Ice for 15 mins, then remove the pack for 5. Repeat for a good hour maybe. If you leave the ice on too long, that part of your body will swell up - not good. If iced properly, your heal time will be cut in half. If you don't have ice readily available, then find a way to apply any kind of coldness on the aching area.
C - Compression = If bones, joints, or ligaments are injured, make sure to put a wrap or tie something around the afflicted area. This keeps all the inside parts together so that they can't be injured further. I have ACE knee wraps handy while I play just to make sure that nothing gets hurt. If your neck hurts, don't be a dumbass and compress that part of your body.
E - Elevation = My favorite part. If your bed is against a wall, this healing process is easy to accomplish. Before you go to sleep, scoot your body up against the wall so that your feet rest on the wall and are raised well above your body (specifically, your heart). Make sure you have something to do for the next 30 mins while your feet lay on the wall (I usually do my reading HW, which takes an hour and allows for a good resting period). While you do this, you'll probably feel the aching blood in your legs drain out - this is a very good thing. After 30 mins (or until you think all the bad blood has been restored in your legs), your legs should be well rested. If done properly, you should feel VERY minimal aching in your legs the next day. This method can also be applied to ParaPara aches by resting your hands on top or on the back of your head to place them above your heart.
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Damn, if you haven't figured out what rice is yet, this is a perfect example. Chickenwire grille on the bodykit that was probably worth more than the car itself. Spoiler, painted dash?
a bowl of rice
An automobile that has been equipped with gawdy, unnesecary accessories, such as 3' high spoilers, loud and/or repulsive paint job and body work. Owners of such automobiles feel that these accessories make their car the best in the world, when in fact it is not.
That Prelude over there is nice, but this here Civic ain't nothin but a ric mobile
Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancements. (R.I.C.E.)Parts put on cars to make them look fast, when they have no internal tuning, and are actually slow as hell. Parts usually consist of excessivley angular bodykits, large rear spoilers, neon, sponsor stickers, chrome rims, fake "coffee can" exhaust tips, and loud, annoying paint jobs and/or vynils. Sometimes parts are do-it-yourself installed and are basically duct taped to the car. Most commonly known for being done to Honda Civics, but can also be done to slow domestic vehicles, such as a Chevy Cavalier, etc.
"Yo dog, did you see the Civic that guy was rollin' in? it was so rice."
"This guy's got nothin' under the hood, it's just rice. Smoke him."
"What a riceboy, I bet he thinks his neon adds 50 bhp!"
v. To take a shitty jap car, add some Vtech stickers, spoiler, and fuck up the camber.
I just spent $12000 ricing up a $8000 piece of shit.
Rice: Another word for cocaine. This term was made famous by the Houston rapper RiFF RAFF aka JODY HiGHROLLER.
Last night after we got home from the bar those 2 girls wanted to party so i brought the RiCE OUT.
i) Food staple, ususally associated with asian countries but consumed worldwide.
ii) A car, usually a late model of japanese origin, that has had numerous features added to it that may enhance its looks, but do nothing for its performance.
Examples include "VTEC" and "Mugen" stickers, large spoilers, chrome wheels ( see also bling bling
), large diameter exhaust pipes,
clear brake light lenses and lowered springs.
iii) Individual features of a car noted in (ii) above
i) "I'd like a number 24 with sweet & sour sauce, 3 spring rolls and a bowl of rice please"
ii) Look at that Civic!. It's pure rice!
iii) Don't put that huge spoiler on your car dude, it's 100% rice.
All Show...No Go! Modifying a car that is a piece to begin with, and doing nothing but body work to it in the end. Most likely loud, and unreliable.
Like at that piece, how much money do you think he put in that rice?
To excessively modify and augment the physical appearance of sub compact economy vehicles in an attempt to make it them fast. Examples include unsightly body kits, oversised mufflers, (which are actually detremental to performance) neon lighting, thousands of decals, and of course, twenty inch rims which are far too heavy for these vehicles to handle.
Jimmy G thought he was "dopey-fresh" in his riced out Honda. That was, until my Bronco used it as a ramp.