I went to a Muay Thai tournament the other day amd I noticed ..
something very interesting. I never go to these things, but I do practice the art and I went to support a guy from our gym who was fighting. This is my first experience seeing one of these things ..
What was odd was not the fights themselves, but the audience. I saw lots of guys with permanently disfigured faces and bodies covered in tatoos who all seemed to have incredibly hot looking girlfriends. The women didn't all look like trailer park fare, either. Many of them were downright stunning. Movie-star gorgeous.
I guess there must be some sort of universal appeal to women for this kind of guy. I wonder what it is.
April 30th, 2007 12:13am
I bet you got so drunk. Did they have the little umbrellas?
son of parnas
April 30th, 2007 12:19am
their ability to tear the hearts from the chests of those who would abuse them?
youve got to admit, given some guy who could devastate an opponent by driving the nose through their brina with a single sharp blow...
April 30th, 2007 12:20am
> I guess there must be some sort of universal appeal to women for this kind of guy. I wonder what it is.
The more of a brute James Bond is the more turned on women are by him. Pierce Brosnan? Yawn. But have them watch Daniel Craig or Sean Connery? The room gets humid from all of the moistened poon.
April 30th, 2007 12:40am
Are you sure the beautiful women had always been women?
From the wikipedia entry on Thai boxing:
In 2004, Muay Thai boxer Asanee Suwan was named best actor at the Thailand National Film Association Awards for his portrayal of Parinya Charoenphol (affectionately known as Nong Thoom in Thailand) in Beautiful Boxer. The movie tells the true-life story of a man who masters Muay Thai in order to realize his dream of becoming a woman.
April 30th, 2007 4:47pm
It's the appeal of the alpha male.
May 1st, 2007 11:53am