You know, by the time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles grow up and enter adulthood, they would know that living in the sewers aren’t exactly the epitome of comfort, not to mention eating pizza in such a location. However, each time they make an order of pizza, surely a tin of Coke for each would follow – and once they are adults, beer might do as well, since they have more things to worry about like the economy than some crazed Shredder stalking the streets of New York. With the Canchucks, these Ninja Turtles can turn their used aluminum cans into a potent weapon fit for a ninja – reptile or not. (more…) By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Tacit haptic wrist rangefinder turns you into a human bat, Digital D&D dice roller in fur-lined barbarian forearm bracer,
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