Sunday, May 22, 2011

I know Kung Fu

My throat was bleeding a little while ago. Well, it's really just a scratch. Someone just tried to pwn me...with this technique here (see 2:55). Needless to say, a quick and effectively painful block for my opponent was in order. A tiny scratch is far better than a choke attack, would you not agree?

Did I ever tell you about the time when I ferociously defeated three opponents, all attacking me at once, with only swords used? Ha! I am Invincibilito!

Spencer

17 comments:

The Warrior said...

...and after three wacked-out posts, I think it's time for me to go to bed. I must be losing it.

The Warrior said...

BUT WAIT! There are so many baddies to fight...orcs to kill, zombies to dismember!! Arrrrggghh!!!!

Lizzy said...

:P Epic. Quite epic. You were keeping it all in the epic vein last night, weren't you. ;) See, that's why you have a cool theme song........

Nathan said...

I am Invincibilito!

Hahaha--In Spanish, adding "ito" to the end of a word commonly makes that object smaller. For instance, "pollo" is chicken, and "pollito" is little chicken. It just sounded really funny coming from you. ^_^

The Warrior said...

Lizzy: Haha, why thank you. :-D The grand epicness of my actions suddenly diminishes when it comes out that it was merely my sister who attempted the Neo choke attack. :-P

Nathan: Aww, gosh man, why you gotta rain on my parade? I invented the phrase years ago because it sounded cool...now you're telling me it isn't as manly as I thought it was? Arrgh!

Nathan said...

Haha, If it makes you feel any better, I still think it sounds cool. ;-D

The Warrior said...

...

It doesn't. :-/

Nathan said...

I'll have to make it up to you then, Spence. Haha, I didn't mean to do that to ya. :)

olde.fashioned said...

...and after three wacked-out posts, I think it's time for me to go to bed.

This just gave me a massive laughter-induced coughing fit.

And I wasn't trying to choke you!!!!!!!!!!!

Nathan--you also induced a mega laugh/cough spell thanks to your debunkment of Spencer's pet phrase. >;)

The Warrior said...

I'm going to change it...perhaps to a Latinized form. Invincibilitas! Or maybe Invincibilitor?

Nathan said...

I'm less experienced in Latin, so you're safe going there. :D

Jonas said...

Your latin hurts my eyes, Spencer ;)

The Warrior said...

What would you have me do, Jonas? Invent a language?!?!? Gosh, I gotta abuse something here!

Nathan said...

Hahaha! I love how it just goes from me to Jonas. :-P

The Warrior said...

That's why it's so vexing! Vexatious FOLs!!!

Jonas said...

Haha, you could try "invictissimus" (btw, invincibilitor looks a bit like an attempt at a comparative form, which in an absolute sense like here would rather mean "somewhat invincible" ;) )

But of course Greek is always more stylish than Latin so why not ἀνικήτατος?

More stylish still is of course Old Church Slavonic: неповиньникъ

Happy? ;)

Jonas said...

Oh, I actually think I misspelt the Greek part. And I'm supposed to be a teacher... that's embarassing! ἀνικητότατος is of course what I meant. Then again, that sounds quite stupid so I think we'll settle for the positive form, and with an article that'd be:

ὁ ἀνίκητος

I'm sure I made perfect sense to you all ;)