The king of all sports.
All participants are expected to have god like powers of concentration, balance, dedication, playing ability, endurance, pain tolerance, memorization.
All band kids have no life.
It's one big family.
With plenty of incest.
In fact band kids tend to date band kids exclusively.
I wouldn't recomend dating a band kid if your not in band simply because they would think of band about ten times more than you.
Much better thatn football.
You wouldn't get respect from your school even if you were the national champs.
"We got DRILLL!!!!!"
"can I go put some pants on?"
band choreography sucks
I love drill.
I love the way it looks, the way it feels, the way it smells the way it tastes...
Sport of the arts! *slaps someones butt*
Remember to go home and finger your parts!!
we allow the football team to play on OUR field
I have never seen the second half of a football game.
I'm unfortunate enough to get a day off of marching band..... I ussually spend that day practicing by myself.
"This is not a democracy, it's a dictatorship"
All questions must be submitted in statement form.
Director: Does this question pertain to the group?
D:What is it?
C:I forgot what time the parade starts.
D:......that's a personal question.
The tubas are the undoubted kings of the band.
Our tuba line is famous.
The color gaurd is hotties.
The woodwinds can't march.
They can play. You just can't hear them.
I used to think trumpets were the shit. Then i upgraded to tuba.
Actually muay thai kickboxing is not known for speed at all, but actually the shear power that comes from each blow. If the moves happen to be fast its because a dude who IS fast is useing them. Muay Thai is called "the science of eight limbs" because the hands, elbows, knees, and legs are used to strike the opponent. Anyone not smart enough to realize an elbow or knee to the gut is gonna fuck you up is a retard. Don't believe me? Next time your beating the shit out of someone 30 pounds lighter than you let the kid elbow you in the face or neck before you hit him. He might just end the fight right there. Heres some stuff I copy and pasted from wikipedia, a source that I trust.more...
Because of the power involved with Muay Thai techniques, fighters do not often block strikes like in other martial arts. Fighters prefer to evade attacks by stepping out of range or moving toward their opponent in order to buffer techniques such as kicks.
Though the high kicks to the head appear spectacular during a competition, insiders of the sport claim that the elbows and the knees are most damaging -- sometimes deadly.
The low kick uses a circular movement of the entire body to kick the opponent's leg with the upper part of the shin. When not correctly defended against, this technique often leads to the end of the fight, as the opponent can not stand anymore after a few low-kicks.
getting hit with a shin kick from a Muay Thai fighter is often likened to being hit by a baseball...
Slutty, dumb bimbos who are not talented enough or classy enough, or SOPHISTICATED enough to be a beautiful colorguard member who are not sluts and have some class.
Use the McBeth Princilple, "me thinks thou protest to much me thinks" to convince themsleves that colorguard girls want to be cheerleaders to make themsleves feel better when in actuality, they are jealous they can't do colorguard and be a REAL hot and talented girl with some class.
Try to convince themsleves jumping up and down like a hyper little airhead is a sport unlike colorguard that actually IS a beautiful Sport of the Arts.
Gay guys that join feel like they want a shot at the football team too.
Straight guys that join to touch ditzes and try to sneak a peak up skirts of the girls that they coudn't even get on a regular bases.
Um...Yeah, Hi My name is Mitzi! **Pops gum and twilrs hair on index finger - smacks gum, smacks gum...Crack, smacks gum, smacks gum!** So like, Um...What's YOU'RE name? I'm Mitzi!
Buffy: OMG...Pamela, Most of the Urban Dictionary says we're dumb, slutty bimbos. But like, it's a dictionary, So it MUST be true. Is it? But I've only done HALF of the football team.
Pamela: I know, It can't be true Buffy, 'cause like, I've only done the other half.
Spirit Fingers - Yeah, THAT'S talented and hard!!!
Cheerleading 101: "Ready OK!"
A general term or nickname for someone who is a member of a colorguard or winterguard (sports involving dance with props, specifically flags, rifles, sabres, and batons; usually found with marching bands and drum corps). Can be used for female and male members. Is an alternative to "flagger."
Guardie is the more appropriate term for a colorguard member, rather than the derrogatory term, "flaggot".
"The high school has its cheerleaders, poms, and guardies like any other high school has as well."
"Me and my guardies are going to hit up the WGI show next week."
"Hey, it may have been years since I've spun, but once a guardie, always a guardie."
Winterguard is the sport of the arts. Girls (and guys) work for months before compitions even start. Sometimes even before they are scheduled. Members of the team work their butts off spinning flag, rifle, and sabre. They dance, memorize drill, and work their butts off to get in shape. People say it isn't sport. You tell me next time i'm at practice and i'm doing conditioning. Also, when it's the 'off season' (known as fall and summer season) they are also working. Then they are working with the band. Which pretty much is the same practice schedule. It's intense! (oh...and we're NOT drill team)
Little girl: wow...look at the drill team
winterguard member: uhh....ya no. COLORguard.
Little girl: oh....
Winterguard member: (smile and walk back proudly)
A martial arts developed in Thailand, even as a modern sport its very effective. developed from Krabi Krabong, it became Muay Boran and had a lot more moves in its arsenal. the system was based on the fact that if u lose ur weapons during war, u have to quickly dispose of ur opponent becuz there might be more comin towards u, which is why the moves were developed to be so powerful that it can kill the enemy in one strike. The practice was kept up largely by Buddhist monks who were the keepers and teachers of all arts both practical and spiritual. Temples began holding fights during festive occasions. As every Thai man is expected to live as a monk at least once in his life the art grew in popularity among common people, so much so that it was said that any man worth his salt would practice it.more...
now as a sport it is very popular, and a main source of income for sum familys in thailand. its name Muay Thai basically means Thai Boxing or Thai fist, its sumtimes viewed as an insult if u say kickboxing instead or Thai Kickboxing, though it is forgiven as ignorance is bliss (yet u look retarded to my ppl.. and asia.. and ppl who know about martial arts...)
Japanese kickboxing was developed from Muay Thai, just without the Thai parts (music, Ram Muay etc) and has kept the same moves and principle, famous praticioners are alot of the Japanese fighters in K-1 lol (MASATO!!!!)
it has nuthin to do wit american kickboxing, becuz that came from an american who "learned" karate, ...
A master swordsman must size up his opponent. No two swordsmen fight the same. Ito Ittosai, a great Japanese swordsman was reckless in his style. “Learn by being cut” was his philosophy. He believed one should be concerned more with not losing rather than winning. Proper timing is a key element of this concept. In his book Go Rin No Sho (A Book of Five Rings), Miyamoto Musashi, remarked that his entire strategy was based on timing and rhythm. Musashi was the founder of the Nito or two sword method of fighting in Japan. It is believed that he learned the rapier and dagger techniques of the Europeans from traders in Southern Japan and used these techniques to develop his own style. In traditional martial arts, no other weapon has held the status of the sword. It is the center of training for the majority of the arts. Kenjutsu may be studied as a separate art or as a subordinate art of another major system. At the Red Dragon Ju Jitsu Dojo, the basics of Kenjutsu are required for advancement to the rank of Blue Belt. It is also taught as a stand-alone art. In terms of skills, few weapons require the demands of swordsmanship. The sword moves much faster than the fastest person, the skill in timing and judgement will benefit the Martial Artist in all other aspects of their training.more...