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When you leave a sweet comment on a hub that nobody has read in several millennia with a link to your blog, don't think I don't see what you did there... may you be devoured by hungry lol cats for your treachery.
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The title of this post confused me, because I use "ninja" as a compliment, coupled with a word describing what that person is good at. For example, if a girl friend pulls off a particularly impressive parallel parking job, I might admiringly tell her she is the "parking ninja."
There's a couple of "ninja" uses out there right now beyond just an ancient Japanese warrior.
The use you have about adroit skills, such as "parking ninja" is one. The other is actually theft. In online gaming in particular, "to ninja" something is to take it, or steal it with great stealth. So, good or bad, it is the facility of movement that makes something "ninja" or not. So you are completely correct, Maddie.
Maddie/ Many of these comment ninjas are very adriot indeed, sneaking in where least expected, posing as ordinary users, then striking when one least expects it. Sadly, ninjas aren't always the good guys. Perhaps you could enlist your parking ninja friends to battle the comment ninjas? HubPages is due for an epic battle, I think.
Misha/ I see what you did there too. You filth ninja. (Insert necessary smiley icon to indicate lack of malice.)
Hup/ I find the man in the poster sized image strangely alluring. Is he single?
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