Did you perhaps mean ninjutsu?
- n. common misspelling of ninjutsu.
- n. the traditional Japanese method of espionage; involves stealthy movements and the use of camouflage
“How could anyone not see how eternally awesome the idea of turtles trained in ninjitsu is?”
“The Shrine of the Mall Ninja collects the posts of "Gecko45," a poster to a gun-enthusiast message-board, who claimed to be a mall security guard trained in ninjitsu who had been given special dispensation to use machineguns after the saved the mayor's newphew from being sodomized near the Gap store, bravely stepping in where the local SWAT team feared to tread.”
“Is this or is this not a movie about four anthropomorphic turtles trained in ninjitsu?”
“The guys are supposed to be New York teens (who just happen to be turtles trained in ninjitsu).”
“Personally, a Snowe appointment would be the type of politcal ninjitsu I would expect from Obama.”
“Except of course by the ninjitsu people and they aren't telling.”
“As a student of ninjitsu, I can honestly say there was none in this movie, Blade had better martial arts and it was a good movie”
“Some form of martial arts (I can't find a ninjitsu school here, so I was either going to learn Shotokan or Northern Eagle's Claw [which probably isn't here either]).”
“A brilliant twist to the battle came when Shikamaru led Hidan, one of the two Akatsuki member which is believed to be using some ritual ninjitsu to a forest into a well planned trapped.”
“On the other end, Naruto was trying to hit Kakuza with his newly developed ninjitsu technique, Rasen-Shuriken.”
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Martial arts. Hi-ya!
Are you Ninja enough??
(many of these words are in Japanese)
Looking for tweets for ninjitsu.