You greatly enjoy pressing buttons, making stupid decisions, and laughing a lot. Your meter exists entirely to YRC Gunflame and Fafnir. Grand Viper always works sometimes. Everybody thinks you're stupid, but comedy takes a lot of thought.
Stale bread, water without any ice, the newest season of The Simpsons, aaaand dirt.
"what are you talking about, you can totally react to TK Bad Moon, and Cammy in AE2012 was a deep, nuanced character that had a dynamic game plan"
You can rub your tummy and pat your head at the same time. You will use this ability to cause pain and suffering.
Everybody hates your beach balls. You don't care.
People think that you're a slave to RNG but then you mash far slash and they realize it doesn't matter how many useless donuts you threw.
Your neutral game is impeccable and you have balls of steel. You are a good person who likes to have a fun game.
Everybody has a good time around you, even the person who just ate a 70% combo because they walked into Pile Bunker.
You play online exclusively and have a large hatemail collection. "Welcome to the real world!"
You have amazing execution, a very creative practical imagination, and every volume of Naruto.
The People's Champ. Your performance impresses everybody, even when you get double perfected. Playing Potemkin is a great way to make friends.
You're all business. You mix up hard, get the win, and go home. You hit with 100% of your aerial command grab resets. When you leave, nobody is sure if you were there at all.
You do not exist.
She's your waifu so you stuck to her in 2.0. Godspeed, brave warrior. Have fun having to actually work to get in.
You live entirely for the look on people's faces when you destroy their entire health bar in five hits after jacking their guard bar up to the ceiling. You laugh. The room laughs. The opponent does not laugh.
You hate it when other people have fun. Please stop mashing cake super.
Everybody around you is very impressed that a gorilla can operate an arcade stick without breaking it.
“I… Don’t really have anything for the turtles. But I do have some experience with martial arts, and the various endurance trainings that they’re doing here.
Each one is separated accordingly. Balance, Coordination, Flexibility, and Strength. Raph has balance, as he’s on one foot on a tricycle while having to knit. Knitting itself is easy and repetitive, so the real challenge is staying on that trike. Splinter constantly shifting it around makes balancing that much harder.
Donnie has coordination. Standing on a balance board, again, isn’t very hard for a ninja like them. The real challenge are those ping pong balls. Tap it a little bit too hard and it goes flying, and since he has to constantly adjust for turning, it requires him having to be able to use that big nerdy brain of his to calculate where the ball will end up for him to rally it. Not to mention that it requires a great deal of multitasking, kind of like hopping on one foot while patting your head and rubbing your tummy all at the same time. He’s also not just standing on that plank. He’s doing the Horse Stance, something that’s been known to actually break the femurs in your legs.
Leo has flexibility. Doing the splits is hard enough, but being able to keep the ligaments in the rotator cuffs of your hips constantly tight to keep your legs from folding upwards and dislocating requires a lot of strain. The constant shaking in the legs are what’s making him balancing those eggs on chopsticks so hard. Even if he’s hardly supporting any weight, it’s still making him shake.
And finally, Mikey, who is strength. Again, it might be a bit disorienting for him to be upside down. But if you look, he’s not really spinning too fast on that swivel chair. And once again, being a ninja, he’s got an excellent sense of balance. So the challenge for him is to be able to actually support his entire body weight on his arms in that hand stand. He even spoke about how he was “In the zone”, and the only reason that he couldn’t go on was when Splinter offered him that fabled “99 cheese pizza”. The endorphins probably kicked in for him from the constant use of his muscles.
Also keep in mind, they’ve been doing this for ELEVEN HOURS. Shaolin Monks are known to do endurance training like this, but they usually keep it down to maybe three or four hours. As ridiculous as this “Hashi” may be, there’s still some methodology behind it. He’s punishing them, and at the same time training them. That’s how good of a sensei Splinter is.”
Just a lovely comment I read on YouTube pertaining to the Hashi scene in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 movie. Thought some of you might appreciate it as much as I did. Kind of a nice insight.
When ever I watch a porn video of a girl giving head and trying to stroke another dude at the same time all I can think of is when as kids you tried that trick of patting your head and rubbing your tummy at the same time, no matter how hard you try it just ain’t easy.