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History of the Karate Belt Colors

Japanese Judo was the first martial art to introduce the colored belt ranking system as a visible indication of the students’ progress. The colored belt ranking system soon was adapted for Karate, and was first used by Sensei Gichin Funakoshi and his Shotokan Karate schools. Click here to learn about the Goju-Ryu Karate belt ranking system.

As students pass through the ranks taking grading examinations they are awarded with different colored belts. The color order and which colors are used varies from school to school, as does the relationship between belt color and rank (= Kyu).

However the Kyu or number/rank always starts at 10 and ends at 1. Black belts ranks then increase normally, from 1st Dan to 10th Dan. In most Karate schools beginners are automatically considered a 10th Kyu (wearing a white belt). Some schools are known to grade beginners for their 10th Kyu, which may have its reason in being able to collect an extra grading fee.

In fact, I remember when I had my first grading for 10th Kyu. I had to demonstrate that I could punch and yell (the famous Ki-Ai!) at the same time. That was in Germany. As a reward, I could continue to wear my white belt, BUT I received a pretty grading book and a stamp. Very efficient and organized! :-)

Today most Karate students buy a new belt after they have been awarded a higher kyu and thus require a differently colored belt. Most people have no more use for their old belts and may give it to junior club members for free. It is definitely worth enquiring.

Colored belts and how they came to be

In the old days the white belt was simply dyed to a new color. This repeated dying process dictates the type of belt color and the order of the colors!. The standard belt color system is white, yellow, green, brown, and black. In some Karate school and styles, the color order is white, yellow, orange, green, blue, brown, black.

karate belt colors

Due to the dying process, it is practical to increasingly use darker colors. All of this came about shortly after the second world war, when Japan was a very poor country, and dying the belts to a new color was a cheap way to have a visible, simple and effective ranking system.

The dying of the belts became part of the Karate tradition and was also adapted in other countries. In Australia, Sensei Terry Lyon of Lyon-Karate.com reports that in the early 70s, Australian Karate students also dyed their belts to their new color.

The “White-Belt-Getting-Dirtier” Theory

Another explanation for the colored belts, that appears more like a Karate myth than reality, is the notion that the belts simply went from white to black because the original Karate founders never washed their belts. They started off with white belts and after years of training ended up with black belts. The proponents of this theory assert that the belt, which was initially white, gets gradually dirtier and dirtier and so goes from white to yellow to green to brown to black in that way.

Many people argue that this theory is cute but has little truth. The dirtiest belt will never go black, and although the color change from white to yellow to brown can easily be imagined, other colors like green would be harder to achieve, unless the belt is host to a culture of particularly nasty and colorful bacteria, not unlike those that live in the back of my fridge. (Not to worry, I finally cleaned out the green goo. One day, from the corner of my eye, I saw it move. Now THAT was too much).

Repeated sweat and dirt from the typically wooden floors can indeed make the whole Gi become yellow and eventually brown. However, it is pretty tough to actually get a significant amount of sweat into the belt, which is more evidence against the “White-Belt-Getting-Dirtier” theory.

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There is also real evidence FOR this theory. Many Karate dojos in Japan have a change room where students are able to leave their Gi ready for when they return to train again. As a consequence they don’t get washed and end up very dirty and smelly(!) with sometimes years of not being washed. These Gi go through the same color change as the colored belts. This practice might have been born from either laziness, cost-cutting, and perhaps also a bit of male machoism. After all, an old and dirty Gi must mean that its owner has used it a lot, and thus must be highly skilled. In that sense, the yellow/brown Gi functions exactly like a colored belt!

In summary – maybe the colored belt system was created with the color change of dirty Gi in mind. But maybe the colored belt system was just well thought-out and used because dying the belts was a simple, cheap and effective way of displaying rank!

147 comments about “History of karate belt colors”

  1. Sali said:

    Very good and interesting website and amusing website, but i just have two things i had to say. The first was i was looking at the way to tie a belt and it said a rare style or martial arts had the belt cross over behind the back. I just wanted to say that it is not only in that style. At my dojo, we practice wado ryu and all the belts cross over behind the back and only the black belts dont have it crossing behind the back and just have it going straight.

    My second thing i wanted to say was that the “white belt getting dirtier” theory makes alot of sense to me. The reason is that it starts out white and if you really train hard you will get knocked down and fall and grass stains and dirt creat yellow and as you get even mroe grass stains it becomes green (maybe not really green, but close enough) and then with even mroe dirt it becomes brown and eventually from all the dirt and grass stains mixed together it forms black. Well anyway, thats all, and cool website.

  2. Joe said:

    I’m the epitome of beginner, but it sounds prudent to me to avoid crossing at the back, if only because your spine has already claimed that area and it’s never a good idea to create a knot, lump, or anything of substance between that spine and the floor. Organs at your belly will usually move out of the way of the knot.

  3. kat said:

    The way of tying the belt without the cross over on this website isn’t the only way. There is a way, from havin the belt tyed from the front with the lengths the same.

  4. Celtic_Crippler said:

    The way I always understood the myth was that the colors were SYMBOLIC of the belt getting dirtier. As the student progressed they got grass stains (yellow/green) and dirt (brown) and blood etc, etc, etc, on the belt. I never thought that this was actually the way it came about. I also thought that the color system was mostly for us Westerners benefit as we like to “see” our progress and need constant motivation to train. I guess that’s why the ATA created a camoflouge belt for the kiddies. LMAO. I was also under the impression that folks from the East valued the knowlege moreso than the prestige which makes sense to me as the belt is not going to save your life…unless you use it as a weapon or something, lol. Kind of reminds me of the scene from Karate Kid where Daniel-San asks Mr. Myagi what kind of belt he has. Mr. Myagi replies, J.C. Penny….=) I feel it’s not the belt that matters, but the know-how.

  5. Matt said:

    I do believe that the karate belt was for holding your gi together and nothing more.Whether white, black, blue, green, whatever. We should talk more about the importance of protection techniques than the colors of our belts.

  6. Sifu Adam Marshall said:

    Hello,
    Great answers. However, I have a 6yr old student who had asked me my toughest question. So I ask it to you…

    Who was the first “black belt?”

  7. anonymous said:

    Another way to tie your belt without getting a knot in back is find the center of your belt first. Place the center of the belt on, or under, your naval. wrap one end of the belt around your waist. Take the other one and wrap it the other way around your waist, but make sure it is on top of the other side. Take that end and push it up through both layers of the belt that are on your naval. then tie the two ends like the first part of tying your shoe and, presto, you have a tied belt without a crossover in the back!

  8. Kyouji Sensei said:

    you have a very effecient and knowledgable website. I am very impressed.

  9. roxy said:

    i just wana say how fantastic this website is. im studing kempo karate at the moment and iv learned so much on this website i didnt know before!!!!! thanx!!!

  10. Daniel said:

    Well, I believe, i.e., in our dojo people say, that there is more than just physical technique about karate and more than just sweat in the belt :)

    During the trainings people accumulate some mental, spiritual, some other energy too, not only physical. Even the attitude and willpower. And it all – the physical and mental energy – both – saves in the belts during the trainings. So I never wash my belts not to wash my saved energy out of them. And I never give my belts to the others even for any fee. Because they are my belts and that’s MY energy in them that I have saved there during the hard trainings.

    But in my dojo there are people who don’t believe in that – not many, but there are some, who haven’t bought any their own belts, they always borrow it from the elder students. And there are few which give their belts away too. And the white belts are the only ones that usually get washed because those young students mostly don’t know yet about that principle.

    P.S. my green belt is the most energyful of all my belts – then I trained the hardest and my attitude and will was more serious and strong than before and than after. Though now I have the brown belt…..

  11. JayaKrishna said:

    Things i did not know about and i am learning loads from here

  12. Louise said:

    I found the information about the belt colours interesting. My daughter is going for her 2nd Kyu grading tomorrow, I hope she does well, but this site will help her learn a few more techniques as she is getting closer to the main prize – the black belt (1st dan)

  13. liza said:

    hey this weste is crazzy !!!!! just add a little more infor anywys awesome website

    from,liza

  14. Mike t said:

    THIS TYPE OF BELT TYING HOLDS BETTER

  15. sid said:

    well i would like to remind that the theory or belts not to be washed is true, i am a 1st dan black belt myself and although i’ve always bought a new one when i graded, but it is true that we never wash our belts.

  16. Tiger said:

    This page is great.The good thing is that the explanations are well written and simple people can understand them.
    I’d suggest you to keep up the good work.I am from Bosnia&Herzegovina and i am 2nd dan black belt and junior world champion in Lymassol/Cyprus 2005.Just want to say hello to the other brothers(and sisters) in “arms”.c YA

  17. Tiger 2nd dan said:

    Please don’t get me wrong.If I’m junior world champion,it doesn’t mean that i like to boast.I just want to give advice to the other karate students -never give up,train hard and the result will come” :)

  18. Zach said:

    THATS NOT THE ONLY WAY

  19. Dan said:

    I’m a beginner, and just purchased my first uniform which came with a white belt. I’m hoping someone can tell me if the white belt is a ‘earned’ rank and I should not be wearing it to start, or is this is the sign or beginner and it is okay.

    Thanks,

    Dan

  20. Beef said:

    cool man… cool beans.

  21. Diane said:

    You should perhaps read up a little more. The myth is not that the white belts went through COLOR changes as they got dirtier….merely that they got dirtier and darker as it was tradition not to wash your belt or obi. The dirtier your belt got meant the more experience you must have in training….a very dirty belt would signify someone with many years experience. But the belts did not change colors like orange or green or become absolutely black. Now the colors go from lighter shades to darker as a representation of this and also most likely (as you mentioned) because a single belt could also be dyed gradually darker and darker colors.

  22. Andrew Raslan said:

    Stinky belts sound disgusting! How could old karateka be so stupid? They were good in everything ecxept keeping their Gi and belt clean. Pure bad smell!

  23. andrew said:

    to dan
    I started with no belt and I had to earn my first white belt Im now a yellow belt and I love it

  24. gab said:

    To Dan & Andrew
    To wear a white belt means to start a life long path of karate-do and you should wear it with pride. Your colour belt is one way of recognising your efforts and progress. When you become a black belt it will then be necessary for you to turn your black belt back to white, naturally. – a reverse but another recognition of efforts and progress.

  25. abe tiggerman said:

    it could have a little more info, in all it was ok

  26. Griffindor0204 said:

    the white belt doesnt get earned but you wear it before you get your yellow belt because white belt shows you are a beginner.

  27. Wildbluesun said:

    In my dojo (Shotokan style) beginners start off wearing casual clothes, then if they decide they want to continue Karate they buy a uniform and a white belt. So white belts are like advanced beginners. ;) The first grading you take is for your orange belt.

  28. pooman said:

    wow they forgot to mention about the red belt…

  29. sayid mataram said:

    have in indonesian language,if you haven’t,please make it coz I’m interest with this website,I’m now have been blue belt but my known about karate too little& my english is too bad

  30. Amenna said:

    I want to know what a black belt with a red stripe at the end of a belt means. If you can help please e-mail my @ amennamarie@yahoo.com Note not a red stripe the length of the belt only the ends or tips of the belt. Thanks

  31. March said:

    I’m sort of a beginner as I did karate for 3 years when I was very young but I still wonder, what about the red belt ?

  32. Charlotte said:

    I’m an orange belt and in my club our belting system goes:
    White, white blue tip, yellow, orange, green, green bluetip, purple, brown, red, black belt red strip, black belt.

  33. Sensei Derek said:

    Some schools will have you earn your white belt, some will not. We do as it seems to solidify the student earlier and impress on them that they have chosen the path that they are beginning.

    As to the red belt, most Korean styles, like Tae Kwon Do, use the red belt as a similar rank to the karate brown belt.

  34. little boy Zach said:

    This website is pretty cool. I am a beginner and i am trying to find out some info. I did find some stuff and it is pretty cool stuff. It rocks, sort of. I am getting my first uniform soon and i cant wait to protect myself from the bullies.

  35. Carrie Gilligan said:

    This web. is so so so good. It is the best one i’ve been on yet. I learnt so SO much about the history of karate. I told lots of people about your web. I’ll be back next week for lots more info.

  36. chaos alchemist said:

    I just got my orange belt. Im happy

  37. Poppy said:

    I need to know why some school use 5 colors and some use 7 color belts. May i know which all country use 7 color and 5 color?

  38. Peter said:

    I am a green belt and found this website interesting.

  39. amir said:

    Karate is cool and all but if you want to fight go with Mui-Thai and tae-kwon-doe. Professional opinion.

  40. Bill: Kenpo Instructor said:

    Our belt system goes: white, yellow, orange, purple, blue, green, brown, black. Then there are 10 degrees of black belt.

    We don’t just hand out degrees and make peopel “masters” either. To put this into perspective I’ve been training since 1989 and I’m only a 2nd degree. There are only a few 8 degrees outside of Japan/Okinawa. Today in the US everyone is a 10th degree grandmaster. It’s a slap in the face. Just to get out 5 degree blakc belt you have to be a black belt in another style/art.

    As far as the colored belt things goes…it is a myth about getting dirtier. Judo founder Kano was the first to use a belt for school children as training goals and to pair them up by level for competition purposes.

    Prior to that people just used any piece of cloth to hold their gi, which was just simple peasant clothing, shut as they did not have the ties back then.

    Originally there was only white, brown, and black belts. The other colors were not added until after WWII.

  41. chaos alchemist said:

    im getting my yellow belt in a week. my belt system goes from white to orange yellow green blue purple red brown and black

  42. james strauch said:

    to reply to amir – have you ever fought an experienced karate dan grade?

    I have trained in tae-kwon-do, mui-tai, kick boxing, ju-jitsu and shotokan karate-do. I have found karate a formidable apponent, karate at a senior level has faster techniques granted the kicks are not as spectacular but they are easily as effective – my professional opinion.

    everyoen will think their art is better than the rest, the truth is no art is perfect we can all learn from each other!

  43. jamal said:

    i need free magic

  44. greg said:

    can anyone here teach me more karate kicks. my im a blue belt and i need to learn more kicks. also i’m turning twelve so when you send me how to do it, don’t make it to complicated. thank you

  45. greg said:

    email me at gregorylobzakov@yahoo.com

  46. 'Murph' said:

    hi 2 scotty, shannon, rozza, kegs, peter, dorey, ba, gaynor, and all tha cool chicks in our year!!!

  47. RB said:

    is it really true that none of these fancy karate teqniches will help you in a fight?? iv’e heard this at dozens of websites and many people have said..

  48. RB said:

    or are they jealous? and trying to get you to buy something they say that will help you in a fight??

  49. o said:

    karate is goood to no but i think it send the wrong message

  50. Roy said:

    Why was Black used for the top belt colour? I don’t really buy the idea tht the belt just got so dirty. Perhaps a practical reason (black was and easy colour to get), or some cultural or religious reason. Any insightes?

  51. karatekid said:

    Hey!! So unfare! My shian gives the belts every NINE months! I’m only Yellow belt two stripes.. In december I’ll be orange belt.. But It takes kinda long! And OMG were gonna have to spar to get an orange belt! Pls give me some tips!!!

  52. Miley said:

    heyy, i think taking karate was the best decision i have ever made!! i have been a black belt since i was 10 (now 13). i am now an 8th degree black belt. it is fun. its isnt that hard, either. email me @ smiley_miley_1313@yahoo.com and see my xangas: gossip_gURL_13 : zeldjmsfan132 : singing_cUTIE_13 mileyseemileydo
    Luv Life,
    Miley

  53. john said:

    i think karates too common too common but very effective win u spar with my friends i also knouw kung fu judo and aikido i find your website helpful in many ways

  54. daniel said:

    to POOMAN – - – - – > Red belt is for fighting only. I should know. I’m an orange belt!!!

  55. Eliz Ritter said:

    karate is awesome

  56. t matthew said:

    Where I was studying (if I remember correctly)the belts went: white, orange 3 (3 white strips), orange 2, orange 1, full orange, brown 3,2,1, full brown then black.

  57. Bryan Clink said:

    I actually have a question that I can’t find the answer to. I am trying to find out how many degrees of the black belt there are. If you can help? E-mail back. Thanks

  58. Deirdre said:

    karate is the best sport ever. I have just earned my black belt.
    Ur site is great!!!!!!!!

  59. azin said:

    hi i’m from iran .i do karate (kai zen rio)

  60. Ariel said:

    What common belt colors are used more often becuase there is 2 different color ways on the website.

  61. courtney said:

    this website was realy helpful for my homework

  62. Goyabi said:

    I could be on this website all day!

  63. Johnathon said:

    some good info butlots lies im junior world champion i no what im tlaking about

  64. Ramsay said:

    Interesting… By the way, you, yeah, you, jonathon guy, the one who CLAIMS to be junior world champion, if you are the real champ, then good for you, but we shall see johnathonson.

  65. Native Son said:

    I agree with a karatica’s energy being placed in his or her belt! the belt is not the power it is the energy one puts into the belt that gives it power!

  66. Pratik Bhutada said:

    it helped me in my colour reserch over karate belt.Thanks

  67. Steve Zalazowski said:

    The first recognized person to wear a black belt was Jigoro Kano, who is also credited with the start of the belt system. He awarded Shodan to 5 people in the early 20th century.

  68. Lawrence Wright said:

    COMPLETLY WRONG, If you were a champion you would know how the belts go in order!!! I’m 11 and a blue belt. Even I know which order they go in!!!!!!!!!!!

  69. sian said:

    This is totally wrong… it goes white, orange, red yellow etc.

  70. Sakura said:

    Well, the white belt actually represents that you have learned the basics.
    Such as the basic kicks, punches, etc.
    But it might just depend on the dojo you go to.
    Sakura

  71. Sakura said:

    Actually, this might have never happened, its just a story.

  72. Sakura said:

    Isn’t orange belt for tae kwon do? or, my dojo might be different, because its
    white
    yellow
    purple
    red stripe with the purple belt
    blue
    green
    brown
    black

  73. amiee kelly said:

    haha im brown belt… :P

  74. 1ndra said:

    Its about 10 years by now since I enter gojukai.

    Well, its kinda weird when someone grows older more experience wiser and more patience they get black, why dont get a pure white instead :)
    I’m not mentioned a gray wizard become a white wizard in somekind of movie :D

    Karate is a kick@ss method for sport, brain and behaviour exercise

  75. john said:

    at the dojo where i trin the belt ranking system is
    white yellow orange purple green blue red brown black
    just giving you another rank system to include johnespy orange belt

  76. amy said:

    at my dojo where i train our belt ranking system goes white, yellow, orange, green and black gi, blue, purple, purple white stripe, brown, brown white stripe, brown black stripe,black!!!!

  77. mayfly said:

    Actually the way I learned it the white belt symbolized that you were both new to the path and pure and open to the way. You start as a white belt when you are actually ready to commit to the way of your martial art. And no its not just Tae Kwon do that has the orange belt but it is one on the arts that does not usually have the purple belt. At least thats what I have learned.

  78. jose pv said:

    as the rank increase,ur belt colors also change.increasing the rank(belt) increase ur confidence.if u r r seriously in karate u will feel it…

  79. FashionGo7 said:

    i think the site is okay, but i think you need th tell the exact order of the belt colours because they arent right could you sort it out, but other things fine.
    I might come again

  80. Mike said:

    OMG – This is so bogus. In the “old days” there simply were not rank belts or uniforms for that matter the Okinawans are not so rank conscious as the Japanese, it was only when Karate was brought to japan that ranking even started and the is was student and various Dan ranks. the entire concept of Kyu ranks was take (along with the first colors (white green brown black) soon yellow was added, from judo. orange blue purple and all the other where added latter

  81. tanna said:

    if the belt went black from dirtying and usage,then would the rest of the uniform go that way too if they never washed the uniform?

  82. karatemom said:

    My 13 yr old son has been taking Chinese Shaolin Kempo. He just earned his yellow belt after 9 months. His instructor said there is no yellow belt, he puts a yellow stripe at the end of my son’s white belt instead. Can anybody explai this to me? I see a yellow belt listed on this page in the belt colors…. I’m confused.

  83. S_Tony said:

    For more info, Kano(founder of Judo)loved the ganme of go, which used white and black pieces denoting beginner and master) they also used a kyu and dan ranking system in Go to dictate how well one played the game.

  84. Josh said:

    I find this sight rather amusing. To many sites no days just cut to the facts just like textbooks. Sure, it’s easier to find the content and blah-blah, but it sure is refreashing to find a site with a sense of personalized humour.

  85. Josh said:

    red belts, actually, were only worn by masters, i believe.

  86. Sensi Nate said:

    Im a Second Dan in Karate and the Belt System that i had was white,yellow,orange,green,blue,red,brown and then Black

  87. Frank said:

    From what I recall, (although I cannot remember my source), belts were first awarded by a governing (not goverment) body back in 1920′s or 30′s. A panel of people got together as judges and invited people to demonstrate their skill levels, awarding them different degrees of black belts. These people later started up clubs and formalised a standard grading system. Later the panel of people also formalised into a governing body like the martial arts commission. It is for these reasons that some of the earliest instructors, like bruce lee and others never respected the whole grading system or even saw a need for it. However, today many of those orgionally awarded the belts are long passed on, and since then anyone else has gone through a full grading system showing work, determination, experience and knowledge which must be respected as it is no different than any other qualification like a batchelors or masters degree (who was the first masters degree, or professor). For this reason we must respect it simply as a symbol of the work, time, and dedication put into the study of the art by the student. Failure to recognise this is, to my knowledge, a large mistake. It is widely accepted that since the introduction of grades and belts, the standard of training has greatly improved, and the whole face of the martial arts has changed for the better. I will leave this open to argument, but I am always in favour of respecting those who obtain any grade from beginner onward, and am in favour of keeping the grading system as it makes the whole process more standardised and less personal.

  88. Jake said:

    It does help you fight. Those websites are reffering to the “fancy” techniques being to flashy and time consuming to do in a real fight. If you stick to simple, reflex based moves you should be alright.

  89. Olver5thbelt said:

    white belt shows you are a beginner it is fine to wear
    Iam ayellow belt in my club it goes white, white and red, white and yellow, red, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, brown and white, brown and black and black youv’e then got your dans
    two colours such as white and red means that it is a striped belt.

  90. AP No Fear said:

    These are mine:
    white,yellow,orange,green,blue,brown,black

  91. cobbler said:

    There are 10 degrees of black belts and the way the cooler rank worked in the old days were…
    To advance to different coolered belts you worked so hard you belt got really dirty. Youkept working untill your belt was black

  92. Unknown said:

    This is pretty cool, but my school we have:
    White
    Yellow
    Orange
    Orange with black stripe
    Purple
    Purple w/ black stripe
    Green
    Green w/ stripe
    Yellow
    Yellow w/ stripe
    Blue
    Blue w/ stripe
    Red
    Red w/ stripe
    Brown
    Brown w/ stripe
    Black
    Black 1- 10 degree

  93. Victor said:

    Ihave a question in one type of martial arts do the belts go white, yellow,yellow high, green, green high, red, red high, brown, brown with one two and three stripes and then you get you black belt right. Also the site is a great resource for information.

  94. Jeff said:

    This is strange, my school does it in this order:
    white
    orange
    yellow
    blue
    green
    purple
    high purple
    brown
    black

    the green goo at the back of your fridge moving was SO FUNNY!

  95. salman said:

    the colour of the belt does’nt matter.
    the only thing that matter is your power and the way you fight

  96. skye said:

    cool site i learned alot

  97. Sidrah said:

    hey i am on my yellow bet i got it on sat 2 aug 08 and i really learned alot now more then skool lol JK

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  99. Silph Brown belt said:

    I’ve self trained for almost 10 years and have been judged by a teacher to be a brown belt. I’m honored that my commitment and practice brought me so close even with my size.

  100. kevo said:

    i got a green belt almost got brown im a pure ninja cant get enough of karate

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  102. bilal green belt said:

    i love karete i go 4 times a week

  103. Mimi said:

    This is really cool!
    I’m going to start doing Karate today, and i thought it would be nice to get a little info. first.
    Thank you so much, this was very helpful!!
    :)

  104. sonumeghawath said:

    i like karate

  105. onixdragon said:

    I’ts good to be able to defend yourself but you train so you wont have to fight. the main principle in karate is self discipline. you learn to solve your problems with fighting as a last resort only. I used to study white crane kung fu but the studio I studied at closed down, I do miss it. taking kung fu brought balance to my life and gave me confidence, not to mention an outlet for my stress(That punching bag took quite the beating lol). I am probably moving to Florida in a few years so I want to take up a martial art the minute I get there.

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  136. Eric said:

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