My best friend and her husband started their own Mardi Gras krewe several years ago, the Krewe de Fu. It’s a martial arts and warrior-themed krewe that rolls on foot on Mardi Gras Day (Fat Tuesday) each year. Their first year was 2009, I joined them in 2010 after I moved to New Orleans, and I recruited Seann after we got together, with his first year being 2013. The Krewe de Fu pulls inspiration from real life martial arts (most members have studied at least one martial art, including Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu, Tang Soo Do, Ishin Ryu Karate, Akido, or something else), as well as from pop culture, including Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chuck Norris, and even video games, such as Street Fighter. So this year I wanted to pay homage to my favorite childhood video game fighter (me and every other girl of my generation), Chun Li. Seann was up for the idea, and decided to go as Guile, while other krewe member friends chimed in as Cammy, M. Bison, and “evil” Chun Li (the red one).