Ju Jitsu. Not for long but enough to defend myself if needs be. Additionally I learned the basics of Taekwando from a book that my grandpa had before he passed. I did some research and turns out it's likely north Korean tkd and now I'm scared
The verb "sit" is defined as: to adopt or be in a position in which one's weight is supported by one's buttocks rather than one's feet and one's back is upright--which sounds reasonable enough, but when you think about it... adopting a sitting position and being in a sitting position are two distinct actions which look very different; one is a transitional movement, the other is a relaxed posture. This ambiguity actually creates a problem when searching for reference images of the former because all you end up getting is the latter.
TUBM wants to share how the verb "sit" works in a language other than English?
One time, when I was 4 maybe 5, me and my family had just got back from church. We lived in the middle of the hill country (Texas) and it was summer. I can't really remember the details, but I remember everyone got out of the vehicle except my youngest sister, who was in a car seat. She was below/around 1 year old. Everyone forgot about her.... Thank goodness about 30 mins later I went back outside and kinda heard her crying.... That is why you need to keep an eye on your kids. Don't think someone else can take care of them.
TUBM remembers strange things, but forgets everything else?
Yeah, like obscure tv references. There's one episode of Qi [Quite Interesting (a comedy panel show)] that sprang to mind today actually from series E, about electricity. It mentioned lightning and a certain park ranger called Roy.
TUBM wants something but isn't allowed/can't have it.