Bugman

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Bugman last won the day on May 5 2013

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About Bugman

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    London/Zaragoza
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    Sumo, playing the tin-whistle, cooking, listening to folk-music from around the world, reading books, visiting museums, attempted bonsai growing, watching other people play football and opening my brother's letters. I also enjoy doodling.

    A few books that left their mark on me: Moby Dick, Don Quijote, The Lord of the Rings, Phillip K. Dick's short stories and The Little World of Don Camillo.

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  1. Bugman

    soap on a rope

    It's much to cool to use :) It reminds me of a morning in my kitchen many years ago, when on entering, knowing i had left some scented soaps in the shapes of little fish on the table, from my first visit to Germany. There was in one of the fish, the shape of a big, almost cartoon-like bite that someone had taken from it, the excuse my father later gave (there could only be one person to do that and i had already guess who) was that he thought it was marzipan.
  2. Bugman

    TORCHBEARER 2020: invitation, rules, and your picks

    Sagatsukasa Makushita 4 West
  3. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Hurtling past at pace, Golden deserts, seas of blue, Little jewel in space.
  4. Bugman

    Asojima UnIntai

    I haven't been on much for a while but i love this forum, you are a legend here and i'm glad you are back, i hope you are feeling better.
  5. Bugman

    What rikishi do you miss the most?

    Homasho! That's him :) Thanks for reminding me as i'd have never got it. He was another of the first few rikishi that stood out for me.
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    What rikishi do you miss the most?

    He was one of the very first wrestlers i noticed when i started watching Sumo regularly, back in 2011 or so i think it was, and he was an old veteran even then. There's another rikishi in my mind from that time but sadly i don't remember his name, all i have to go on is that he was stoutly built rather than fat, had a strong tachi-ai, worked the belt and never used henka, he also had the most elegant bow of any rikishi i have seen.
  7. I remembered how much i miss Takanoyama after watching that tribute video of his on youtube, and then thought that there's probably still a Harumafuji-shaped hole in Sumo today, at least for me.
  8. Bugman

    Vote for virility!

    That's one of the best ad-slogans i've seen :D
  9. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    Cut down without thought A small branch on the tree stump Climbs toward the sky
  10. Bugman

    Naruto beya-new violence..

    I've heard of the hazing going in Sumo for a while, (admittedly i have never been a true follower, more of a part-time fan) but this is the first time i've ever actually seen it. That is completely shocking, there's nothing that poor recruit could ever learn from that, except to become really disheartened with Sumo. Who is the Ba****d that did that? Anyone know? So that i never mistakenly cheer for him even by accident in the future. Edit: Never mind, i just realised it's an old documentary.
  11. Bugman

    Have a go at a Haiku!

    A life in the ring The taste of a win or loss Is always of salt
  12. Bugman

    Injury news........

    I'm glad to hear you're improving Fujisan, time heals a lot of things and i hope you go from strength to strength.
  13. Bugman

    Sayonara to the Forum

    Ha those are brilliant, i've never seen that mascot before, if it weren't for the fire-engine i'd have gone by his hair, and guessed his company made coat-racks
  14. Bugman

    Sayonara to the Forum

    Ah fantastic, that's always been one of things i love about Japan, they really have an eye for detail.
  15. Bugman

    Oldest,youngest

    Yeah i can relate