One of the buried treasures at last week’s New York Toy Fair was this cool buggy I found hiding out in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles booth. Basically, it’s like a mega buggy that can seat all four Ninja Turtles, but can also break off into individual cars.
I lived in New Orleans for a number of years, so I’m actually quite familiar with the taste of turtle soup. It’s actually not bad – mainly because all of the creole seasonings pretty much drown out the flavor of the turtles who gave their lives for the stuff.
While I usually associate the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with unhealthy food like pizza, it turns out the turtles can also be used to encourage healthy eating. Assuming, that is, that you plant some delicious edible plants and herbs in these TMNT flower pots and don’t use them to serve slices of cold pizza.
One of my guilty pleasures growing up were the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Though I’m not sure that I would have wanted Michaelangelo, Leonardo, Donatello, and Raphael crashing my wedding reception with their sword- and nunchuk-wielding antics.
Growing up I was a huge fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. Though I wasn’t a fan in the slightest of the horribly cheesy live-action TMNT movie. I was a bit excited when I heard that Nickelodeon was coming out with a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon and that cartoon has turned out to be impressively popular.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are pretty fearsome, even if they are pizza-eating slobs who live in the sewers. (Read: unwanted outcasts of society.) Combine this level of fierce physical ability with the disciplined battle techniques of Jedi Knights, and what do you get?
Girls out there can probably relate to the statement “look me in the eyes” when a guy decides to stare at chest level instead of her face. But now, thanks to the power of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, you might even want to clarify exactly which eyes you want guys to look at.
The reign of the beard cap as the world’s greatest headgear is officially over. Out of the hip recesses of Etsy comes this fearsome fighting convertible beanie. Slip on the sewn-on eye mask and you’ll transform from an ordinary citizen into a radical reptile.
I’ve never cross-stitched in my life, but these cross-stitch patterns looks pretty amazing since they featured pixelated pop culture characters, ranging from The Justice League to Star Wars. WeeLittleStitches also includes the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghosbusters, and more.
I wouldn’t do this to my car, but one girl decided that she had enough of her old minivan, and transformed into the TMNT van! 23-year-old Brittney Schneck is set to take on April’s role as she turned a boring ’94 Dodge Caravan into something that would please any turtle.
One of the coolest villains in cartoon history has definitely got to be The Shredder. Before he was ridiculed in the movies, he was one mean dude in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons. Now, you can bring out your own super-villain with this snazzy hoodie.