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    The other day after a serious roll I tried to speak to my partner and babble came out. It wasn't just a dodgy word it was a whole sentance of gobbledygook. I wasn't majorly out of breath but my brain was fried.

    Any of you get this?

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    Happens to me when I'm not even tired or training mate!
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    Whenever I'm thinking about Jiu Jitsu I start talking shite. Hang on a second...nope it's when I'm not thinking about Jiu Jitsu as well. Prime example right here.

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    it gets worse for me when i try and speak in a foreign language too!
    man, when you're the nail, hang in there....until the day you become the hammer

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    or to a girl with prominent breasts.

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    it happens to sjharvey when he types

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    This is why you must switch to speaking in a portugese brazilian accent during training.

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    "Ok, guys, what we gonna do..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by simonmobiledisco View Post
    it happens to sjharvey when he types
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    If you need a friend, get a dog !
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    A hard session can definitely fry the brain a bit. I sometimes delay driving home immediately after a session till sure brain is functioning normally again. Though my brain is a bit of a mess at the best of times.

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