Guy of Gisbourne: Why a spoon, cousin? Why not an axe?
— Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
"Now, here is the power of Dan. When he's about to win, you start feeling so bad, like,
I can't lose to Dan, I can't lose to Dan...
And then you lose to Dan and, that's what's going to make you end up losing to Dan."
— James Chen displaying the disorienting effect of cherry tapping.
Getting hit with a fish has got to be humiliating.
"The karate snap kick is one of the first moves they teach children, probably because you can't hurt anyone with it. It's a little flip of your knee that drives the ball of your foot straight out to let your enemy know it's safe to rape you. However, Semmy Schilt is 7 feet tall and his limbs act as natural particle accelerators. By the time his lazy jab or kick reaches you, it cracks against you like an elephant gun. And against a normal-sized human, the impact zone of his snap kick is your liver, which is somewhere between your balls and your dong on the list of places you don't want to get kicked."