Ooops, were you looking for a ninja?
If so, HE’S BEHIND YOU, YOU IDIO- ahh, damn.
Too late again.
Ninja (zool. cut-throatius ninjutsu-useis head-rippus-offis assassinus Japanensis) (pl. ninji) is the common Japanese term for a group of intentionally badass martial artists with a complete dominion over all things totally sweet who specialize in killing people, flying, and burger/pizza/magazine delivery, which they do 24/7, and have also been known to mysteriously show up several hours before the burger/pizza/magazine was even ordered, with your condiments. The physical possibility of this is proven by the Uncertainty Principle.
Although ninji are most commonly thought of as being Japanese, it is a little known but true fact that over half of all ninji are from the southwest Detroit area. We know most about ninji from the autobiography of Sebastian Taylor, which appeared on the shelves of every library in the Australian city of Adelaide spontaneously in 1972, then proceeding to perform martial arts performances. The books soon joined the Cirque Du Soleil, but left the troop after several mysterious and spontaneous deaths in the audience. The books were never officially charged.
Ninji are also known for their leet skills, their knowledge of quilting history, their total disrespect for authority, their ability to fly, their ability to totally FLIP OUT and cut off people’s heads, and the ability to retract their testicles for defensive purposes, even when they aren’t cold, all displayed and explained in their book “1337 ways to annihilate pirates”. However, ninji are not animals (although they may transform into one if they’re feeling particularly badass), in that they do provide receipts for assassinations. Of course, due to their temporal skills sometimes they may give the receipt before the assassination; so if you ever find a small black piece of paper in your pocket, then duck!
Real ninji can not be seen. Only pirates, while drunk on rum, can see them. If you can see your killer then obviously he is a masked Assassin, not a ninja. Either that, or you’re a rum-intoxicated pirate.
Found at: The Uncyclopedia Ninja Wiki
Above is an artist’s depiction of a fruit bowl. It was only when he looked at his finished painting that he realized a ninja was hiding in front of him the whole time.
If you’re trying to find a ninja, (make sure you have a written will and you’ve said goodbye to everybody you love, unless you can bribe a ninja or beg him to be your slave) these are the places they’re most commonly found. How do I know? Well let’s just say I’ve lost a lot of interns.
- Behind you
- In front of you
- Near you
- Around you
- Under you
- Inside you
- On top of you
- Diagonally horizontal to the left of your adjacent position
- Between you
- In the shadows of you and your loved ones
- The tree in your backyard
- In small villages
- In your refrigerator
- Adjacent to your car keys
- Wherever Pirates happen to be
- In napalm manufacturing plants
- In the walls
The following picture of a room full of ninjas is a great example of ninja invisibility skills:
Can’t see them? Need a hint?
- one is hiding behind the wallpaper.
- four are hiding behind the desks.
- one hypnotized you to not see him.
- three are hiding behind the camera.
- one is dressed as a teacher who is also a ninja so you can’t find her.
- at least six are hanging outside the window
Source: The Uncyclopedia Ninja Wiki