We've got a father/son combo that trains together in our jiu-jitsu class and they've been there about a month or so. Dad's about my age, and his son is 13. Anyway, apparently before class started, his son told the instructor he wanted to roll with him after class and that he was going to make him tap, or something along those lines. Just a typical kids being kids thing. So after class broke last night they started rolling. And of course the kid was being absolutely dominated while our instructor was half joking with him, half trying to coach him out of a really bad position. In the process of trying to get out from under a mount, somehow the kid managed to get himself in a triangle. Then the instructor rolled it over so he had the kid flat on the ground with him kneeling over him and his head and one arm trapped. Here's where it gets funny. Our instructor looks down and sees that his belt is untied. So he takes it off (while holding the triangle from the mount), looks at the kid's dad, grins like a fool, and then makes a loop with the belt. He reached over, caught one of the kid's feet, and wrapped it with the loop from the belt. Then he caught the other foot and wrapped it up with the belt as well. By this point, his dad was laughing. I was laughing. The instructor was laughing. The kid was wondering what we were all laughing at. Then to finish, he pulled his feet up and used his belt to tie them to the kid's belt, effectively hog-tying him. Once he had him tied up, he got up and left the kid on the mat. Unfortunately, the kid didn't get his belt untied quick enough to free his ankles and couldn't try to do anything in return. He came off the mat with the look of utter confusion on his face. "Is hogtying someone even legal in jiu-jitsu?" Dad reminded him that he probably shouldn't challenge the instructor... Not yet at least. It's so much more fun training with people who have a sense of humor. I'm going to have to try this with my nephew when I see him and he starts with his taekwondo stuff again.