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Ceramic Ninja Mug: Drink to Your Stealth!

by Conner Flynn
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This ceramic ninja mug is all kinds of awesome. Your other mugs won’t even see it coming when it hits your cabinet. And when it does, it will quietly, but effectively incapacitate and kill your old favorite mug, hiding the broken bits of the body within that old souvenir mug way in the back that you haven’t used in like 20 years. Then he will wait quietly for when you need him.
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This black ceramic mug comes with a tiny sword that doubles as a spoon, a removable throwing star base and a removable ninja mask. It looks like a dark ninja turtle – without the half-shell.

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Beware of co-workers stealing this mug though. It is that awesome. But if they do, I’m sure the mug will make short work of them and find it’s way back to you. It’s just $14.99(USD) from ThinkGeek.

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