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As you see in the picture, the blonde woman is kicking another woman in the stomach.

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Can the blonde woman say:

Take my kick.

(I mean that she wants to give her kick to another woman and she humorously offers the other woman to receive her kick)

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And what is your opinion about this picture? Can the African woman say:

Take my punch.

If these sentences are not correct, what would a native speaker suggest?

Thank you .

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    Which one is the African woman? – JHCL Oct 24 '15 at 10:24
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    The woman who has black hair and she is dark skinned. In the first picture, she is being kicked. And in the second picture, she is punching the blonde woman. – keramus Oct 24 '15 at 10:28
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As you may know, the expression that is commonly used (to the point of cliché) is "Take that!"

said as someone ​hits someone ​else, ​especially in ​humorous ​films or ​cartoons (--Cambridge Dictionaries Online)

I don't quite see the humour myself, but I can't see why you shouldn't adapt it a bit:

Fighter A: "Take that!"

Fighter B: "Thanks, now take this!"

To my ear, "Take my kick/punch!" is very awkward. "Take my foot/fist!" would sound slighly more natural, if you must.

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Scene 1: Take that, bitch! [Assuming this is a mature audience; otherwise, exchange "bitch" with "freak," "you evil witch," or "you monster"].

Scene 2: Right back at you! (black woman triumphant)

Scene 3: That's what you get

Your stated phrasing is awkward and would definitely need to be changed to be commercially prepared for English-speaking audiences

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