36,000 Kids You Don’t Want to Mess With

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+8 1. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

They train so hard and from such an early age that they lose what I define as a healthy childhood :( Impressive physical skills though...
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+1 2. BiMezo commented 4 years ago

#1 This part of their childhood seems pretty healthy both physically and mentally compared to what I had. Different type of society, though.
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+7 3. Geekster (admin) commented 4 years ago

#2 Well, #1 has a point. Healthy and physically yes, but mentally, not so. I mean, I was raised in the country side (most of the time), and we had many animals, I had my own horse to ride, wandering on the fields and hills, woods, going after mushrooms to cook, planting potatoes and all sorts vegetables, had orchards with our own fruits, milking cows and goats, had huge fields of corn, wheat, we even had a real wild wolf that my grandpa has rescued as a cub (he was injured) which turned out to be a great and extremely intelligent companion... it was sort of a farm life, but I enjoyed it to the max :) It was even more awesome because I lived there with my dad's family (12 brothers and sisters + grandparents + my whole family).
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+3 4. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Walls don't hit back 8-)
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+6 5. Geekster (admin) commented 4 years ago

Personally, I do not consider that living in that kind of environment during your childhood would be the best choice. I mean there's too much competition between the kids, and they will all try to focus to try and be the best, which is not bad, but will take them valorous amounts of time. It's good to have hobbies, it's good to have passions, but when stuff like this is done for a living in the year of 2015, I find it as a bit of waste of time.
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+3 6. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

The saying is "An armed society is a polite one", a society where a large number of people have training like this is also a polite one. However...in my eyes, when ANYTHING is taken to extremes, like this, it is not necessarily a (mentally) healthy one. The concept of childhood as we think of it in the West, and as they appear to think of it in the East are two entirely different things. As to which one is right? You make up your own mind about that.
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0 7. Natan_el_Tigre commented 4 years ago

#6 I concur. And it appears the girl at 2:46 might as well.
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0 8. BiMezo commented 4 years ago

#2 Sounds great. But not quite an option for most children, I think.
I'm certain, that you can imagine worse alternatives in our current world.
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0 9. Kenuty commented 4 years ago

@4
It's called conditioning and I've taken Hung Gar style before
Basically when they actually hit YOU, you better be a wall in order to take the hits
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+1 10. Geekster (admin) commented 4 years ago

#9 that's why we have guns, tasers and pepper spray for self defense, you know... :D more fast and efficient, instant results :D
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0 11. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#3 and #5, you could not have a better childhood than this, sorry, not to criticize the pressure, competition and push into early adulthood in that video, but...still nothing like #3's childhood..
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0 12. fixento2 commented 4 years ago

I had a great childhood that taught me responsibility and discipline first, and fun second. Was raised on farm in NM, milked our cows every morning before school and chores after, herded cattle and camped for neighboring ranch and pushed and tied wire on the back of a baler for 50 cents a day. Drove a truck, tractor, and model T truck on the farm. Helped pick fruit off our 2,200 apple, pear, peach and apricot trees, had to put the brake on the windmill during storms, raised and entered sheep and pigs in county fair, we raised what we ate, we would cut down our Christmas tree in national forest due to my dad allowing the farmhand go fight forest fires when needed, used horses to go deer hunting, shot dove and quail, fished for trout in a lake only accessible by one lane gravel road over the Devi's Backbone. Then there was the time my buddy and I took turns water skiing using a dead pig as a ski being pulled by a tractor in the river, etc. etc.

Parents sold the farm and we moved to Dallas when I was thirteen but that's another story.
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0 13. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

I think nothing replaces a childhood like yours #12 and again Geekster's too, it's something you can live off for the rest of your life, something that carries you through adulthood...I did not have a childhood like that, although I can't and shouldn't complain, because it is what it is...thanks for sharing your memories #12..