"Hey you need some help?" You heard a cute new Jersey accent behind you, you just moved from Florida to California, you were unpacking the bags and luggages from your parents car. "I'm ok, nice to meet you," you turned and saw a cute guy leaning on the gate susunod to you. "I'm Daniel," "I'm um um Myia." you squeaked out while you dropped the box in your hand sa pamamagitan ng accident, "Little shy there?" He teased you as you both grinned and he helped you pick up the box. "Watch this Myia," he kicked the gate open trying to impress you, "Maybe you could teach me karate one day." "My friend Mr. Miyagi could...
My eyes are too large. That’s what my dad told me. He sinabi my eyes are too large and that makes me look like a pussy. Like a cartoon deer. My eyes…he thinks I’m gay too. He hasn’t sinabi it to my face, but I know he thinks I’m gay.
“A damn queer,” he would probably say.
I only joined karate so he wouldn’t think I’m gay. I mean, I’m not, but just telling him that won’t change his mind. I could get Farrah Fawcett pregnant six ways to Sunday and he’d still think I was a fancy gay boy. But karate…that the old man respects.
I hate it though. All the katas, obsessing over fights…Christ....
A washed up John Kreese is spotted taking kung fu lessons from a teenage girl in the new comedy web-series, SPAZ FU.
John Kreese, evil sensei of the ulupong Kai (still easily recognizable after all these years) shows up at the back door of Sam's dojo for a little payo on his "Eagle Claw" technique.
Sam is a 15 taon girl so it's already ridiculous, but when she treats him like dirt and leaves him waiting in the alley for his lesson, we are thoroughly entertained. SPAZ FU is a hilarious and original low budget spoof not to be missed sa pamamagitan ng Karate Kid fans.