Discussion in 'Krav Maga' started by Aaron Hutto, Aug 19, 2012.
Just sayin ...
Oops ... typo I ment Krav MaspaMMed
Hahahahaha Yep! The sites been spammed !
So is there any krav maga in Scotland at all??
I heard there might be but I'm not sure.
There's one school in Scotland, but they call it Krav McGa ...
Of the Dunfermline MacGa's aye? I think I know them by the way...
I haven't seen anything about Krav Maga in Scotland, but you guys missed out on possibly getting apartments in a nice section of Moscow the other night. For some reason Kevin removed those threads...
Darn! And here I was, all ready to start studying Systema ...
Yes there is krav maga in Scotland has been now for about five years, the school I represent is the largest krav maga school in Scotland with over five hundred members............didnt realise i was doing anything wrong !!!!
You didn't really - guys are just doing some good-natured joking with you. It was all Krav Maga on the recent posts section of the forum for a short while...
Yeah, I am just hacking on you. I logged in and the recent threads list was just jammed with Krav Maga.
And that's a problem because?
I'm stilled pissed that the nearest school to me is over 900kms away!
I was only takin the mickey mate
I don't think anything was wrong per se but with so many similar posts I couldn't help being a little sarcastic
KravMaga is a great way to get people to stop making fun of your kilt.
Never mock the kilt!!!!
Heres an interesting lil snippet from QI: clan tartans are a very recent idea, which came about during the 19th century when Scotland became associated with the royal family, especially Queen Victoria. Tartans were not related to families, and the idea of family or clan tartans were mainly the ideas of tartan salespeople wanting to sell their stock. The word originates from the French "tiretain", and was originally worn as a long robe over one shoulder. The shorter "skirt" kilt was an English invention. An Englishman called Rawlingson who owned an iron foundry in Scotland thought it would be a simpler and quicker thing to put on.
Bet ya never knew the kilt was invented by an Englishman!
I don't believe that's 100% true. I was in the national gallery in Edinburgh last week and there were lots of paintings from the 1600s and 1700s from Scottish painters that showed Scotsman wearing kilts. I imagine the whole thing about each family having a kilt back then could be a lot of BS though.
There's definitely a chance it was created by an Englishman or Irishman though. Wikipedia contradicts what QI says - I'm not sure which is right (if any).
What! Come on lads, the kilts been around since the Egyptians. They also invented beer.....and bagpipes.
Yeah I heard Egyptians invented Cornish pasties too
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