Red Flag: Karate

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This goes for ultimate fighting, WWF and MMA as well. I’ll admit, I can see how a guy might think this sort of male activity would up is appeal, but trust me, there is an internal red flag that goes up when someone you’ve just met tells you they are “into fighting”. We can’t help but wonder if you have a few screws lose. Perhaps it’s the anger thing, or the fact that we don’t understand it, or maybe some weird guy in college that everyone called “Karate Joe”ruined it for us. All I know is it’s a risky move. Don’t get me wrong, I would’ve killed to go to the Fun Zone with Ralph Macchio too… I’m just not sure I could have agreed to it off-screen.

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6 responses to “Red Flag: Karate”

  1. CR says:

    You are so wrong! I’ll admit that in my 20’s karate was a major thumbs down. However I am now in my 30’s and I can fully appreciate an kind of physical activity. I would rather a guy be I to karate than have a beer belly. Not to mention two guys fighting is kinda hot;) it shows they are full of testosterone. I’m sorry to say but I think you got it wrong this time.

    • cindyannjohnson says:

      Ya..couch potatoes are not ideal… I think I’m thinking of a more extreme version of a fighter. It’s not just something he does for physical activity, it’s his persona and mindset. Basically, it the hot head picking fights at the bar…and maybe if your lucky, a family holiday.

  2. Alecia says:

    Bravo for making it to day 4! I have nothing to say about this post except that the ultimate fighting thing (and other similar activities) is just weird, twisted, sick, strange, bizarre, and every other like adjective in the OED.

  3. Alecia says:

    RF applies to those who do and those who watch others do, in my book.

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