KARATE KID (Reuters) – When a man is caught with a woman who’s not his wife, he’s a criminal.
When a woman is caught having an affair with a man she’s not married to, he gets the boot.
In Japan, a woman caught cheating on her husband is given the boot, but a woman can’t have a second husband.
That’s the law in Japan, where it’s called the karate law.
The karate quote that gives the katas edge over the rest of the world comes from a samurai film called The Tale of Two Brothers.
It’s about two brothers who meet and fall in love.
One of them falls in love with a girl he’s already married to and is jealous.
The other is married to a girl who’s just a child.
The boy who falls in the love trap wins the love of the girl he falls in with, but he’s killed and buried in a forest.
A katakana (pronounced kah-TAY-nah) is a character’s name that gives a special meaning to words.
In the kata, the word for a person is kataka, a reference to a martial art where one swings a katana in a circular motion, and the sword’s edge is used to cut through objects, as if cutting through paper.
The name katakura is a combination of the Japanese word for katana and katahara, a word that translates to “sword”.
So it is that when a man goes into the katana, he sees a beautiful woman who will kill her husband if he doesn’t stop cheating on his wife.
The sword cuts through the woman’s neck, then the man shoots her.
The kata ends when the woman dies.
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