Remember that cryptic wristband that the Predator wore? You know, the one that he used to blow himself up with at the end of the first movie? Well if he wore a wristwatch, it might look something like this.
I had no idea this was a problem, but apparently we need a gadget for handling recently boiled eggs. These stealthy bungie-corded Egg Ninjas will help, while turning your eggs into little assassins.
All you have to do is stick an egg in the silicone suction cup, lower it down into your boiling water like your little round ninja is repelling down for his mission and leave the ring tag outside the boiling water pot.
Growing up, I rented the VHS tape of the b-flick American Ninja probably a million times. I wanted to be a Ninja pretty badly. My mom would never let me buy a sword or throwing stars, so my ninja dreams never came true.
When my son was a baby, he was the messiest eater on the planet. He couldn’t control his arms and legs well enough to walk yet, nor could he reach around the edges of his high chair, yet somehow me managed to get food all over the walls.
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.
I have a thing for cake pops. There’s just something so delicious about the idea of a piece of cake you can eat anytime, anywhere – like a lollipop. Whoever invented the cake pop should win a Nobel prize as far as I’m concerned.
You! Shinobi! I can’t see you but I know you’re there. I’ve already shown you the kunai USB drive, which is definitely fit for a ninja but is priced for a shogun. If you need a stealthy and pointy flash drive but are strapped for cash, just follow the instructions of Instructables user eyefail and you’ll end up with something like this:
Nothing is a more annoying or uglier looking sight than all those little holes in the wall after removing the pins you used to tack up posters, reminders, and other sorts of similar paper paraphernalia. Teeny, tiny holes are okay; but when they’re pretty obvious and staring back at you like black, beady eyes, then it’s, er, not.
Now we’ve heard everything. News broke about the Chinese student who sold his kidney to buy an iPad 2, and now things are getting even more crazy and weirder.
Around 4:43 AM on June 3, it was reported that a man dressed in a ninja suit drove a dark gray or blue Honda into the Apple storefront in a very bad attempt at burglary.
As we progress toward Christmas (hey, I walked into the grocery store yesterday and they were wearing Santa hats, so don’t complain to me about it being too early to talk about this stuff) you’ll no doubt start to encounter festive treats such as gingerbread men.
I first saw this hyper-fast Ninja cat over on our sister site, The Awesomer. But it only took a couple of days for some digital video maniac to embellish the already dangerous kitty with a touch of Star Wars whimsy.
There are very few games where dying is a crucial mechanic, a requisite step; Beatnik Games’ Plain Sight is one of the few games that comes to mind. And that’s just because they e-mailed me to remind that the game is just about done.
Ninjas have a lot of sweet moves. There’s the throw-a-smoke-bomb-and-disappear-move, the run-so-fast-to-evade-bullets-move, and the flaming-giant-skeleton-beast-thing-summoning-that’s-not-even-a-ninja-move-anymore-move. But none of their 108 million moves can help them save their data. That’s why everyday at sunset, after practicing their killyouwithapinchinthearmpitjitsus, ninjas power up their PCs and order a bunch of Kunai USB drives.