Tuesday, October 9, 2012


My friend Penelope tells me its self defense, she does Kung fu  and trust me how she does it its way out of my league ...sometimes she thinks like a man which worries me she might be starting a war just like the movie or the book entitled "think like a man".
I love Kung fu ,the way they twist their hands ,the moves and the thinking but seriously its hell scarey when a woman  practices Kung fu...ppssshhh they call it self defense to a woman i call it Wild cat...
Man we should be cautious ,marrying a woman with Chinese Martial arts tactics is like sitting on a hot charcoal .
Doesn't matter how they are pronounced Kung fu, gongfu, or gung fu this art needs patience ,tolerance ,passion ,energy and time to complete. Man we are under attack cant you hear the siren? its like every woman practices Martial arts.
The fact that Penelope does Kung fu is sexy but is it going to be that way forever or she is going to turn into a she Hulk...or perhaps Cat woman .

I came across this ,read this and figure out having a woman at hope that can ppractise gong fu ,In its original meaning, kung fu can refer to any skill achieved through hard work and practice, not necessarily martial. The Chinese literal equivalent of "Chinese martial art" would be 中國武術 zhōngguó wǔshù.
In Chinese, Gōngfu (功夫) is a compound of two words, combining  (gōng) meaning "work", "achievement", or "merit", and  (fū) which is alternately treated as being a word for "man" or as a particle or nominal suffix with diverse meanings (the same character is used to write both). A literal rendering of the first interpretation would be "achievement of man", while the second is often described as "work and time/effort". Its connotation is that of an accomplishment arrived at by great effort of time and energy. In MAndarin, when two "first tone" words such as gōng and  are combined, the second word often takes a neutral tone, in this case forming gōngfu. The word is also sometimes written as 工夫, this version often being used for more general, non-martial arts usages of the term.


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