Internet Awesomeness Diagram By Matthew Batchelder

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What Do You Call A Group Of Ninjas?

From AskMeFi: “You know, like gaggle of geese, murder of crows, school of fish, all that. Does a group of ninjas have some sort of descriptor? We’re talking many people in halloween costumes, how to address them together. The { blank }.”

Aside from the inevitable brush to Ask a Ninja, answers included:

  • sir, sir, sir, and sir
  • one ninja, many ninjim. And the collective is a flipout of ninjim
  • a hedge of ninjas. “We are a hedge. Please move along”
  • a stealth of ninja
  • a cloudshadow of ninja
  • a wraith of ninjas
  • a hood of ninjas
  • a murder of ninjas
  • a diminishing effectuality1 of ninjas
  • a silence of ninjas
  • an inevitability of ninjas
  • a doom of ninjas
  • a black of ninjas
  • a balaclava of ninjas
  • a probability of ninjas
  • a whisper of ninja
  • a lurk of ninja
  • you don’t call them anything, because you don’t even know they’re there

  1. Updated 2018: the original Wikipedia article was titled Stormtrooper Effect, then it was merged into an article titled Principle of Evil Marksmanship, before finally being deleted in 2015. Thankfully we have the Internet Archive to preserve back these lost treasures. ↩︎