Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Art of Self Defense – Bruce Flee

Every living thing on the planet has some kind of defense to protect itself from danger. Why, to be plain, even nonliving things tend to have its defense, like Kaspersky Internet Security has a built-in option to protect itself from viruses and malware. Well, the point is that, self-defense, in any possible method is important.

This incident once happened in college during break time. My fellow nomads and I were having a pointless conversation. It was just like that, when I suddenly told about my newly learnt Karate moves from a Bruce Lee movie last night.

“Guys, check out the new moves that I learnt yesterday! Heeeyahh! Hoi! Hooo!” I said, though I looked like a worthless baboon while doing it.
“So?” the guys asked, trying to control their laughter, although two girls passing by did laugh.
“Self defense is one of the most important skill in the world. In fact, I’d say its mandatory”

Nodding their head and then ignoring the point, the topic shifted to something else though I can’t remember what.
Suddenly, a deep rumble was heard right next to me, like the whole earth was shaking. I spotted a huge boulder slowly making its way towards the group. It was as our good old Vijay. A nice guy, but the fattest of the group. We all love him and, make fun of him every moment we could salvage.

I couldn’t help saying, ”Hey Vijay, guess what, satellite imagery has improved. Better picture quality with finer detail. Now Google Earth has got a better picture of you! They can see even your beard and mush, I guess!”

I knew I had it! But some guy in the group HAD to remember about the self-defense part I was rambling about.

“Dey, Vibu, Show us some of your moves against Vijay da. Show us your skills in ‘the art of self-defense’!”
“Yeah yeah! I will. In fact, I’m about to demonstrate the most ancient form of Self-defense. And that is called…”, I replied.

The guys watched eagerly what I was going to do as I took up position.

“…..Indian Kung Fu!…”, and I fled… As fast as I could and as far as my legs could carry me to.

7 comments:

Vivek said...

I hope to God that vijay doesn't read this. He'll rail road you!!!
:-D

Raja said...

Nice blog topic - Bruce Flee ... reminds me of how you used to flee from me in MK (and ofcourse, NFS)

-Raja

Vibushan Lakshminarayan said...

yeah right ! :D

Ash D said...

Dei athu maan karate da! (deer karate)

narendra shenoy said...

Enjoyed this! I have a theory about Chinese Kung Fu movies. I suspect their strategy with the funny faces and the funny sounds is to get the enemy to laugh uncontrollably and choke on something.

On a completely different note, I think that if the world ever demilitarizes, the Chinese are going to kick EVERYONE's ass, judging from a movie called Drunken Monkey or something, recently shown on a TV channel.

Cheers

Vibushan Lakshminarayan said...

ha ha ha.. yeah.. thats true.. they probably weaken the enemy by creatin funny faces and strike when the time is right. I remember in one Jakie Chan Movie, where he behaves like a child and goes and falls on the arms on his enemies that they run off not able to bear the guy's behaviour..

Vibushan Lakshminarayan said...

also, incase what you say happens, dont worry.. we do have Indian kung fu to save us :)