The effort behind this two minute clip is commendable. And the Ninja Turtles are always blog worthy fodder.
Heroes on your half face. Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses. This is brilliant. I’d never noticed that the human nose looks like a turtle head before. My. Mind. Blown.
Thanks to my dad for emailing me this, and Pete for sending me the tip via Facebook.
This guy is pretty cool. I now plan to spend the rest of the holidays finding photo opportunities for our pet turtles.
Via this Tumblr.
If you are sick of your boring van why not follow this girl’s lead and turn something boring like this:
Into something exciting like this:
The site selling these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle backpacks went all out and got a teenage mutant to model this ninja turtle bag.
Most people of my generation learned 76% of their renaissance art history from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Once you know about Leonardo Da Vinci, Donatello, Raphael and Michaelangelo you’re set at dinner parties for the rest of your life. But the original series was terrible at teaching anybody about modern art. Which is why these guys took it on themselves to introduce some new turtles to the bunch, and in the process they presented them in the style of their namesake.
You could, given the right balance of acuity and resources, sew one of these hoodies yourself. Or you could just buy one. All four turtles are represented.
I’ve never really been enthused by the snuggy concept. What can a snuggy offer that a sleeping bag can’t? Well, now, it can offer you the opportunity to dress up like a Ninja Turtle and be warm at the same time…
If you fancy a bit or reptilian martial arts this January but need a target to direct your renaissance inspired ire towards… then why not buy an unfriend this Shredder hoodie and then proceed to kung-fu the Christmas overindulgence out of them.
Sometimes the bad guys should catch the goodies in cartoons. Especially when there’s a band of four goodies to go round…
This one’s just $10. It’s on special…
One of the fundamental, and mostly unmentioned, elements of “pick on someone your own size” is the idea that if you don’t there may in fact be a sibling or protector involved in the equation that you haven’t yet considered.