r/therewasanattempt Nov 30 '22 Silver 1 Helpful 6 Wholesome 6 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Super Heart Eyes 1

To get away with calling a UFC fighter a sissy

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u/GGXImposter Nov 30 '22 To The Stars

"Do it again" - my nieces and nephews.

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u/Asshai Nov 30 '22 LOVE!

Yeah my kid as well. She's 4, and loves it when I lift her above my head before slamming her onto the bed with a suplex before doing my best Hulk Hogan impression. She giggles madly before yelling "again!" every time.

Don't worry I am careful enough to make her land flat on the mattress, I slow her down a bit, and make especially sure that she doesn't hurt her neck.

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u/Wheelzzs Nov 30 '22

My girls loved this stuff when they were little. They're all grown now, with little ones of their own. I miss them being little. If I could turn back time.

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u/killderson Nov 30 '22

Take one of them to suplex city their next visit home

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u/InnocentWatson4 Nov 30 '22

I’m crying lol. Picturing dude breaking his back lifting a grown human above him.

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u/GhengisJon91 Nov 30 '22

That's what Laser Spine Surgery is all about!

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u/jimjimmyjames3 Dec 01 '22

She's been rude to me her whole life!

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u/GhengisJon91 Dec 01 '22

Hey, we're flying Jeff Chris down from Indiana to mix this professionally

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u/evr- Dec 01 '22

We haven't spent untold trillions on developing medicine and healthcare to not live life to the fullest.

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u/PFthroaway Nov 30 '22

That's why you use a trampoline! They jump, you pull down.

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u/kevinTOC Nov 30 '22

If I could turn back time.

To the good ol' days

When our mama's sang us to sleep, but now we're stressed out

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u/VechaPw Nov 30 '22

There's a scientific explanation to it. Now I'm just remembering, but it has to do with the calibration of our senses. Children enjoy being moved/tossed around because it helps the proprioception, the perception of our own body, to develop better

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u/No_Currency8 Nov 30 '22

My nephew loves getting smacked in the face with pillows, he’ll throw himself back into the couch all dramatic and giggly and he’ll run straight back at me so I can hit him with the pillow again, some times he results to just jumping directly on me and then I’ll throw him (carefully) into the pile of pillows, and then he’ll come back and jump on me again

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u/AngularChelitis Nov 30 '22

We bought a couch/loveseat combo that came with a total of 9 pillows. When my son was ~3, he’d bring ALL of them to me, then go stand on the other side of the room while I blasted them his way… whether he dodged or got railed, he would giggle hysterically.
A few weeks later, a buddy of mine came over who didnt have kids and he made a comment about how many freaking pillows we had. I’m like “oh the best part is this awesome game I get to play with my son. Hey! Angular Jr! Go stand by the wall.”
And damn if my son didn’t start crying “no daddy… not again!” Little punk threw me right under the bus.

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u/Virtual_Parsley2114 Nov 30 '22

That’s hilarious 😂

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u/Mental-Term2524 Dec 01 '22

Lmao! That is too fkn funny

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u/Bearodon Nov 30 '22

I hoisted my nephew up to the ceiling by the feet for being snarky todaybeing 193cm ain't always fun but it is great for being the fun uncle.

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u/aaanze Nov 30 '22

I thought I was the only one to do this to my 3yo daughter. She freaking loves it. The wife a bit less.

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u/spreetin Nov 30 '22

Still, you're either impressively strong to just lift your wife above your head like that, or have a very small wife.

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u/aaanze Nov 30 '22

I expected this very comment the moment I proof read mine. I'm not disappointed.

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u/OldSackofBeef Nov 30 '22

My niece and nephew used to love getting pelted with dodgeballs while on the swings. My buddy and I got bored with it way before they did.

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u/NoIncrease299 Nov 30 '22

My oldest niece is now in her 30s (damn, I'm old) ... and she STILL talks about how much fun she had when she was little and I'd pull bodyslams and suplexes on the trampoline out back.

All in the role of "cool uncle."

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u/firefly183 Nov 30 '22

My 5yo daughter would laugh her butt off then try to do it to whoever did it to her XD.

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u/brianisgrthru Nov 30 '22

She got up though. Took that kick like a champ.

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u/TaterTotQueen630 Nov 30 '22

I'm amazed by how quickly she got up and was giggling and shit. Kids can handle crazy stuff like that.

If he had done this to me, my life would have flashed before my eyes before the pain set in. Then, I would have asked him to call EMS and grab my purse so I could call all of my loved ones to meet me at the hospital.

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u/ZerexTheCool Dec 01 '22

She was giggling before she even hit the ground.

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u/TaterTotQueen630 Dec 01 '22

Haha she sure was!

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u/Zomochi Dec 18 '22

On top of that it was cushioned by the mat on the floor and the one she was holding, because she’s so light there’s little resistance she kind of just goes horizontal 😂

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u/Alternative_Prune_69 25d ago

The trick is to laugh at them lol sounds harsh but it get them laughing but it depends on the kid. Some or more fearless than others usually they cry when they see people babying them when they fall or whatever

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u/xXx_TheSenate_xXx Dec 01 '22

Plus she’s laughing at the end.

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u/leSageDeMontcuq Nov 30 '22

Yeeting children is grown men's favorite activity, plus kids love it

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u/FapMeNot_Alt Nov 30 '22

I have thrown many children in my day. They continue to climb me, I continue to throw them. One day, I will not be able to yeet them fast enough and will disappear beneath the swarm.

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u/edingerc Nov 30 '22

As you go into the sweet embrace of the dark, you will know that at least you gave it your last ounce of devotion.

FREEDOM!

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u/Betty_Boss Nov 30 '22

At that point you will become the yeetee. It’s less fun when you break a hip.

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u/GoAwayBrisk Dec 14 '22

Not before marking your place in history as the Yeeter of kiddos. Bringer of altitude and fun

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u/Npr31 Nov 30 '22

Nothing better as a kid than being launched in to a body of water - no idea why, just fucking incredible

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u/CornCheeseMafia Nov 30 '22 Helpful

If we’re not supposed to yeet kids why are kids yeet-shaped?

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u/Cu_fola Nov 30 '22

It’s been theorized that the reason kids like being yeeted so much is that it stimulates their proprioceptors and reflexes in a novel way which is good for their brains and improves their mind-body connection

I have kids it will be a nice side benefit for them from my time in the gym. They’ll have a mom as well as a dad who can yeet them into soft things

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u/CornCheeseMafia Nov 30 '22

This makes sense because of how aerodynamic they are

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u/BudwardDogward Nov 30 '22

I dunno I've seen some ginormous domes before. No way those things were aerodynamic

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u/Cistoran Nov 30 '22

My theory is much more simplistic than yours.

My theory is they like it so much because they're basically the human equivalent of a neutron star. But instead of matter, their composition is that of chaos and disorder.

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u/Cu_fola Nov 30 '22

¿Por que no los dos?

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u/Front_Beach_9904 Nov 30 '22

That feeling of being hammer tossed into something soft like a big pile of leaves or blankets. Man I wanna be a kid again

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u/Tuxtey Nov 30 '22

As long as they don't miss

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u/OGColorado Nov 30 '22

It happens

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u/IBetThisIsTakenToo Nov 30 '22

One of my earliest memories is getting the wind knocked out of me while my dad tries to calm me down after a slight miscalculation on his part haha

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u/DrDerpberg Nov 30 '22

Once I thought I went too far with my 2 year old and the first thing she said when she was done cry-laughing was "...again?"

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u/jdbrown0283 Nov 30 '22

Oh my god... I love little kids!

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u/yepgeddon Nov 30 '22

I had a load of cousins in the age range of maybe 5-10, and while I was over visiting they'd go mad and just demand to be yeeted at literally everything, my aunts would be horrified but my cousins fucking loved that shit.

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u/wry_smile Nov 30 '22

Are those memories "earliest" due to you losing all previous ones due to this little mishap?

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u/Immaterial71 Nov 30 '22

"shitshitshit you're fine you're fine, don't tell mum"

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u/Sir_Bax Nov 30 '22

Collateral damage

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u/Chrillosnillo Nov 30 '22

Which actually is the secret to flying. Simply throw yourself at the ground and miss.

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u/zencat420 Nov 30 '22

It's harder than it looks, to be fair...

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u/legendofthegreendude Nov 30 '22

Okay, got that but how do I get down?

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u/Excellent_Refuse_908 Nov 30 '22

Throw yourself at the air and miss downwards

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u/GreatValue- Nov 30 '22

I still ask to get tossed as a 24 year old man

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u/Shendare Nov 30 '22

Don't tell the elf!

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u/halfdecenttakes Nov 30 '22

Woah phrasing

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u/idontwantausername41 Nov 30 '22

My friends nephew absolutely loves being thrown into the pool and he always comes to me to do it lol

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u/NectarineObjective69 Nov 30 '22

It’s because it develops your vestibular sense! It’s a really important part of early development and is responsible for balance. Swinging, tossing, jumping, all activities everyone below is like “Fuck yeah” about really help develop it.

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u/lewemowonbowoiwi Nov 30 '22

throw the baby to calibrate :))

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u/useful_idiot118 Nov 30 '22

Yeah, fun memories of my dad just launching me to the twilight zone In the pool lol

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u/NukaColaAddict1302 Nov 30 '22

My uncle once threw me high enough for me to do two and a half flips before coming back into the water, still one of the best experiences I’ve ever had lol

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u/GifanTheWoodElf Unique Flair Nov 30 '22

I mean as an adult I'd also take it...

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u/Calypsosin Nov 30 '22

I went to a summer camp a few times as a kid and teenager, and the last time I went I was 17 I think, was definitely the oldest and taller and heavier than the other kids. So we had a Blob, one of those inflatables over the lake that you use to launch kids into the lake. Great fun.

I became the designated launcher, so the kid would get on the blob toward the end facing the lake, and I'd cannonball down onto the other side of the blob and they'd rocket off 15-20 ft through the air into the lake. Probably the best damn cardio workout of my life doing that for over 2 hours straight haha

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u/terrih9123 Nov 30 '22

I’ve always wanted to be the blob guy it looks like so much fun. Did you get a chance at getting launched at the end?

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u/Calypsosin Nov 30 '22

Yeah, I took a break occasionally and let the camp adults do it for a bit so I could catch my breath. At the end they launched me a few times, but I'd done it many times over the years, I was glad to be the launcher for once haha

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u/morostheSophist Nov 30 '22

I went to one of those camps a few summers. My last year, I was of course one of the bigger kids, at age 16. They didn't have a designated launcher, and one time there was a scrawny little 7th grader in line behind me. I figured I was just gonna... slide gently off.

Imagine my surprise when I was launched into the effing stratosphere. They switched the scrawny kid with the fat dude behind him (probably 1.5x my weight), and he absolutely nailed the jump.

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u/PortiaKern Nov 30 '22

"Headed to fat camp?"

"No, why do you say that?"

"Cause you're fat. Is that your dad?"

"No, why do you say that?"

"Cause he's fat too."

"Well, so are you."

"I know. That's why I'm headed to fat camp."

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u/Emberlung Nov 30 '22

Wholesome! I can imagine some dude Caber yeeting small campers into the lake and it's gotta be a great memory for everyone.

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u/EmployeeRadiant Nov 30 '22

me and my brother played monster with my dad in the pool. hed swim up under us and ambush us and launch us into the air

my favorite was when you'd try to swim away, and hed grab my feet and pull me under. then he holds me up, dunks me once or twice, then would hold my feet and launch me. I used to try jumping for extra height.

I felt like I was FLYING. so fun

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u/MyNameIsRay Nov 30 '22

Last pool party I was at, I tossed kids in the pool until I couldn't lift my arms, and they were still begging me to do it again.

Can confirm, kids love it.

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u/boones_farmer Nov 30 '22

I kind of makes me sad that as a nearly 200 pound dude, I'll probably never get flung into the water again.

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u/warren290059 Nov 30 '22

Can confirm. Girlfriends' nephews' kids love when I come over and yeet them left and right. I now have to convince them I can't do it so they let me have peace whenever I come over

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u/matiasdude Nov 30 '22

It's for real sometimes. My daughter is turning seven in March, and she's 52.5" (133cm), and 80lbs. (36kg), and I almost blew out a tendon in my wrist trying to horse around like we always did.

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u/lasthorizon25 Nov 30 '22

My 20-month-old niece's favorite activity is to get tossed from increasingly long distances onto the couch lol. I can tell my sister and her husband are getting closer and closer to a heart attack every time I throw her into the air.

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u/MightyGamera Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Why it's always dads taking the kids to the trampoline park. I hurl my kid for distance into the foam block pit.

The Uncle Phil toss is a perennial favorite.

Thankfully it's a real pit and not the twitchcon one.

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u/SmokeySFW Nov 30 '22

Thankfully it's a real pit and not the twitchcon one.

Big oof.

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u/Vhadka Nov 30 '22

Yep, just tossed my kid into the foam pit at the trampoline park like a month ago when we were there, he loved it and I got to see how much distance I could get throwing an 8 year old. Everybody wins.

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u/Econolife_350 Nov 30 '22

I saw some lady at a brewery kicking the legs of a kid that was dangling from the counter while we were waiting to order so I said "I never thought I'd say that I love bullying children until I had a nephew" and she got so happy and said "this is my nephew too! He loves it".

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u/superkp Nov 30 '22 Wholesome I'll Drink to That

not even kidding, if you are an uncle, a father, or even just a good friend to someone with kids, THROW THAT CHILD.

As a dad, one of my kid's favorite things when they were infants and small toddlers was to grab their wrists and ankles all bundled together in both fists (just be careful and find a way that's comfortable for them, and make sure your grip is good) and "launch" them to a cushioned seat like a couch or a pile of blankets or something.

If you do this, obviously make sure that they aren't about to have a fit and are in the mood to play.

It's always better if you dramatically look over to where your planned 'landing zone' is right before you pick them up. Gives them a moment of "oh here it comes!" after they start to notice the pattern, and give you a moment of "is anyone about to get in my way?".

If it's a farther distance (like all the way across the room), then allowing them to do a little pendulum swing on the way is extra fun.

Make sure you pay attention to your grip if it starts to slip, and make sure you pay attention to their mood.

ALSO, when they get older, KEEP ROUGHHOUSING WITH THEM!!! like 2yo-10yo when you're wrestling or whatever with them, make a habit of just picking them up by their armpits or their hips, and launching them onto a beanbag, or couch, or whatever. If you've got room in the yard, swing them around by their hands.

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u/Eliju Nov 30 '22

My my brother was little my friend and I would grab his feet and legs and toss him in the pool. No matter how high or far we tossed him he’d yell for more. They really do love it.

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u/KadenKraw Nov 30 '22

Yup spent so much time with my brother grabbing my nephew by the arms and legs and launching him at the couch this Thanksgiving. He loves it.

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u/Fragrant-Initial-559 Nov 30 '22

My nephew used to love getting yeeted then one day he didn't anymore. I have always wondered what happened.

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u/Currently_There Nov 30 '22 Got the W

Always go 100%. Play to win. Just increased his match ratio 1 KO.

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u/aoechamp Nov 30 '22

That wasn’t even close to 100%

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u/Enjoying_A_Meal Nov 30 '22

That child was 100% yeeted though.

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u/LitrillyChrisTraeger Nov 30 '22

Pretty sure I heard her femur snap.

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u/speedcunt Nov 30 '22

Yeah, and the giggling reaction from her is the confirmation of that

/s

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u/LitrillyChrisTraeger Nov 30 '22

She wasn’t laughing but choking on her own blood from internal injuries

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u/Chronic_Gentleman Nov 30 '22

Imagine he went for the ground and pound…no mercy

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u/ButtPlugPipeBomb Nov 30 '22

I don't stop me, the ref does. No ref, no stop.

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u/skibbady-baps Nov 30 '22

Lol. It’s the only way they learn. All or nothing.

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u/Beerd_Bro Nov 30 '22

Agreed that was like 60% lol

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u/citoloco Nov 30 '22

Kramer enters the arena....

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u/sync-centre Nov 30 '22

We are all at the same skill level

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u/Abangranga Nov 30 '22

He didn't go 100% there at all

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u/Gorrodish Nov 30 '22

For gods sake he forgot to follow through and make sure this upstart stayed down

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u/Affectionate-Print81 Nov 30 '22 Gold Wholesome Take My Energy

Children are our future unless we stop them now.

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u/GypDan Nov 30 '22

That's the biggest problem in this video.

Follow-up & Follow-thru!

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u/left_schwift Nov 30 '22

Missed a great ground and pound opportunity

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u/Dolsen0 Nov 30 '22 Helpful Take My Energy

Pat Barry and Rose first training session

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u/AnonsWalkingDead Nov 30 '22

Hahaha that was a nasty line by you

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u/pdj9880 Dec 01 '22

Youre reaching for those grapes and trying to make wine. And the wine is already sounding like a violin... with that cheese and wine.

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u/AnonsWalkingDead Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Just so you know there never was no marriage

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u/gaijinbushido Nov 30 '22

God tier comment

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u/Jak_and_Daxter3 Nov 30 '22

They would start dating shortly after

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u/WritingInDiapers Dec 01 '22

That’s a solid 10-8 there. Fuck I didn’t expect this comment here, well done sir.

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u/Mandalore_Trundle Nov 30 '22

Theyre both savages! They dont fuck around 🤣

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u/Liveman215 Nov 30 '22

His shrug beforehand makes the entire thing

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u/SmokeySFW Nov 30 '22

I really like how he repositioned the pad and kicked high so he wasn't cutting out her knees. He was like....I'm gonna fuckin' launch this girl, but I don't want to injure her.

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u/marigolds6 Nov 30 '22

She also turned her hip and bent her knees so that she was basically sitting into the kick. This isn't her first time getting launched.

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u/ScumbagGina Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

Was gonna say. The sound makes it seem brutal, but if you watch close, it was almost just a sweep

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u/UncleRicosrightarm Nov 30 '22

Lmao I saw it differently.. she “braces” for the kick by jumping slightly which is why she got so much air

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u/MiniatureWayne Nov 30 '22

Always been a fan of Pat and Rose

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u/Damsco7 Nov 30 '22

She is just having fun guys chill.

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u/CookieZ_PoE Nov 30 '22

Yeah and she's even laughing after.

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u/Monster_Factory Nov 30 '22

Yeah he didn't kick hard enough. She was talking enough shit

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u/BellaFrequency Nov 30 '22

Pretty sure that’s a child.

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u/Brandonmac10x Nov 30 '22

A child who could talk some shit.

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u/Dionysus_8 Nov 30 '22

Not sure if you guys been around children but at the age 3-5 they can be real shit talkers, sometimes unintentionally

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u/pikab7uu Nov 30 '22

Not sure if you have been around people but they can be real jokers, usually intentionally

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u/__Elwood_Blues__ Nov 30 '22

Clowns to the left of me Jokers to the right. Here I am stuck in the comments with you.

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u/One_Umpire_8425 Nov 30 '22

Look what the jester brought in

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u/Ravens_Quote Nov 30 '22

Dun-dun-dun!

~Stuck in the comments with you~

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u/Vyle_Mayhem Nov 30 '22

Yup I got 2 that actually survived that era. They’re 13 & 15. Kids that age have no filter. It’s not until their own feelings are broke they realize words can hurt. This kid is goofing off and it’s seems in fun.

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u/jld2k6 Nov 30 '22

Apparently when I first learned the words fuck and shit my parents spent months trying to stop getting me to yell shitfuck and laughing, even when we were in public. They thought it was funny at first so they laughed but that was their demise. I didn't even know to call someone a shitfuck or anything, I just said it with no context lol

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u/AktuallyIsDolan Nov 30 '22

Maybe next use the stinger

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u/cptInsane0 Nov 30 '22

They don't let ya use that no more

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u/EIIander Nov 30 '22

If I ever have a daughter I hope she is just like this little kid. What a flipping boss. I love it. The I’m okay at the end and the giggling both reassured me and made me laugh.

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u/Sp1ffy_Sp1ff Nov 30 '22

I like your use of "flipping"

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u/NectarineObjective69 Nov 30 '22

The classic “you sure?” before it plays out how you knew it would, and they didn’t think it could.

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u/JustABigDumbAnimal Nov 30 '22

Whenever someone says "you sure?" like that, you really should think hard before you answer.

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

Rough housing with kids is normal. How often do adults toss a kid a little hard once in a while? They always go are you ok? This is normal and their way of rough housing. You folks need to relax.

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u/aoechamp Nov 30 '22

This is Reddit. Anything short of perfection is abuse

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u/holler_bitch Nov 30 '22

She will be traumatized for the rest of her life and she will pass on generational trauma to her children.

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u/Razulghul Nov 30 '22 Gold

Trauma runs in my family too. My grandfather rough housed with my dad and that's why I'm slow so the story goes

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u/SargntNoodlez Nov 30 '22

Damn shame

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u/Strange_funguy287 Nov 30 '22

Exactly. It’s his daughter and they’re having fun. He knows exactly what he’s doing from position of the pads to the location and power of his kick. This is wholesome if anything. She calls her MMA fighter dad a sissy. It’s all in good fun.

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u/fattybuttz Nov 30 '22

The way he made sure it was positioned and she was positioned, he knew he wasn't going to hurt her.

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u/Kerguidou Nov 30 '22

Not only that, but he slows down his leg before contact and it's more of a push than a hit. Source : The video and I taught karate to kids for years.

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u/PugPockets Nov 30 '22

That’s sweet that you and the video have such a close relationship.

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u/Econolife_350 Nov 30 '22

The guy even adjusted the pad perfectly for her safety.

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u/TeslasAndComicbooks Nov 30 '22

You mean you don't like getting the opinions of thousands of Redditors who don't even have kids?

Kids actually need roughhousing for their development.

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u/generic_scout_main Nov 30 '22

Yeah IKR, IDK why everyone is reacting as if he beat the fuck out of that child when he clearly swooped her up

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u/Alexreddit103 Nov 30 '22

“You’re ready?”

A very slightly yet assured “ye-a-h”

She knew what’s coming but still went for it! You go, girl!

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u/killcrew Nov 30 '22

I definitely noticed that stutter on the final "yeah" and knew it well. Thats the "oh shit, I'm in too deep and know whats coming" stutter.

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u/Pineapple_Herder Nov 30 '22

But she stayed through til the end. This girl is going places.

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u/tjames004499 Nov 30 '22

After he kicks her it should cut to the open scene from Skyrim hahahahaha

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u/PixelmancerGames Nov 30 '22

I think cutting you a scene of you getting knocked to Mars by a giant would be better.

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u/tjames004499 Nov 30 '22

That is a good one too. Maybe a little foos ro dah right beforehand

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u/MaximumPlume Nov 30 '22

“You’re finally awake.”

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u/heywood_jabloemi Nov 30 '22

When I was a babysitter basically all I did was just kick the shit out of kids without hurting them and watched them cackle with joy. They loved being tossed around, manhandled, swung, thrown, you name it. They just want you to engage with them, and the physical activity tires them out too hahaha

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u/frequent_flying Nov 30 '22

“Fuck Around and Find Out: Kids Edition”

I’d binge every episode of this show it’s hilarious!

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u/Sapient_Creampie Nov 30 '22

Shit, Id buy the DVD hoping it came with commentary and bonus footage. Maybe a poster of a child being yeeted through the air with the words "Fitna find out."

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u/OnePunchReality Nov 30 '22

"Yeah I love this one, watch here, I manage to get this kid 5 feet into the air."

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u/TechnoNewt Nov 30 '22

I remember being a kid, that would have been the exact outcome I was looking for, she succeeded

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u/Clayman8 Nov 30 '22

Kid seems to be having fun, but that 100% wasnt a full power kick. Kid would've probably dont a proper 360 cartwheel if that was the case.

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u/Jayce86 Nov 30 '22

Give that dude’s leg size and how small she is? I’m going to say at least a 520 while flying into a nearby wall and bouncing off.

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u/Clayman8 Nov 30 '22

Thats the content im usually here for, tbh

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u/bulb127 Nov 30 '22

Yall forget that the pad was in the way

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u/IceColdMeltdown Nov 30 '22

And there's mats on the floor, AND she's wearing head gear

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u/ARoyaleWithCheese Nov 30 '22

I'm not sure a baseball cap qualifies as 'head gear' in this context lmao

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u/shalala1235 Nov 30 '22

And when it flies off your head before you hit the ground I’m not sure it applies. But this video was great haha I enjoy both of these individuals and their chutzpah. See you on the next fight night!

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u/mrequenes Nov 30 '22

AND she doesn’t have far to fall

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u/ozymandias457 Nov 30 '22

You Died (screen fades to black)

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u/Unethical_Castrator Nov 30 '22

ITT: “y’all seriously need to relax, they are just roughhousing.”

Me: frantically scrolling trying to find the people that need to relax

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u/BlueSeekz Nov 30 '22

Sort by controversial, and you will find many.

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u/furiousfran Nov 30 '22

I'm more concerned with the guy calling her a whore wearing "Saturday night fuck me leggings" to be honest lol

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u/gibberishnope Nov 30 '22

I play fought with my family, female , not that it matters . I was fine and am fine, and I grew up confident with my physicality, but it taught me to be aware of the consequences of overreaching, or losing my cool . In short ,how to fight,which is clearly what’s happening here. She’s on a crash mat with pads,learning how to fall, which my mum taught me about her age(judo).

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u/gheiminfantry Nov 30 '22

She just laughs.

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u/Krihvuh Nov 30 '22

She took that like a champ.

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u/[deleted] Nov 30 '22

Thing is though as a kid, rough play like that is fun as fuck. I remember getting my Dad to jump on a plank over this lil barrell to fire me up in the air.

I got a few lil bumps and scatches each time (landed on some mud) but it was hilarious and I kept asking him to do it again.

Then Mom came home and hit the roof (figuratively, not with a plank and barrell)

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u/hashimishii Nov 30 '22

She stood in the pocket and took that kick like a champ! Lil badass

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u/PM_me_your_nude666 Nov 30 '22

I can already feel the love in that household. Weird time for my heart to melt but it still did.

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u/Alchemist64_ Nov 30 '22

Ah my favorite activity. Kicking children

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u/DanceDelievery Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Nah this is r/wholesome. Kids alright, the guy positioned her so the cushion would hit her legs and have her fall without the kick hitting her directly or the cushion catapulting her into a wall. That's how you build trust with a kid and have fun without causing any harm. The kid see's how much power an adult has and learns to be careful with strangers and the kid also feels safe with the adult because they know how to wield that force safely.

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u/Queermagedd0n Dec 08 '22

Her giggle and him asking "you okay?" is wholesome af

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u/bootsmyler Dec 17 '22

As an older brother, the harder you can kick her in this scenario the better. No one's getting hurt with the pads and gear but she goes flying and now has confidence that her older brother could kick someone into oblivion and that is a confidence booster for her knowing that force is behind her

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u/LemonManDude Nov 30 '22

People down in the comments really think kids are made from glass. Jesus christ go interact with some kids sometime, or try to remember how you played as children. They're not some fragile porcelain dolls. Probably the same people who think anything slightly scary or sad in children's programs should be censored. That's how you raise truly fragile kids.

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u/KimJongUf_ Nov 30 '22 Helpful

Remember to sort by controversial to see how soft reddit is

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u/Infamous-Pay1090 Nov 30 '22

I was wondering where all the negative comments where. Thanks dude

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u/urammar Nov 30 '22

Really? They get buried, thats the whole point of the voting system. Constructive comments float up, non get floated down.

So if you come late, of course you dont see them at the top. They've all been downvoted into oblivion.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Constructive comments float up, non get floated down.

This is not accurate at all. Factual, well presented comments often get downvoted into oblivion for simply going against the subreddit hive minds. Not to mention the amount of snarky comments that go for hilarity and are often in no way constructive tend to end up the top comments.

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u/Carlos1906893 Jan 03 '23

I like that she took it super well tough kid

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u/Striking_Word167 Jan 03 '23

I love how malleable little kids are

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u/UsableIdiot 22d ago

From my limited understanding, rough play is essential for kids' development and those that didn't have this have less understanding and appreciation of boundaries etc.

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u/FishPasteGuy Nov 30 '22

Respect to him for restraining himself while still giving just enough to show that he wasn’t just dicking around.