I didn't know ninjas wore such bright clothing... I thought the idea was to go unnoticed?
these ninjas are so fast, they appear as bright streaks in the sky.
step 1: spray paint all of them either black or white. Ninjas are black or white. Not any of this yellow green blue nonsense.
step 2: hide them in your local public library. Channel your inner ninja as so you will not be apprehended by library officials during your ninja relocation.
step 3: try to find out what happened to your ninjas when they disappear. As in step 2, you must use wise ninja tactics to avoid being apprehended by scholarly librarians.
about 6 months ago I would draw cartoons of photographs from library books and place the cartoons in random locations in a west suburban library. Sometimes I'd put them in the book return slot.
oh boy, now this is starting to develop into a series. i like the idea of spray painting them. it makes them extra mysterious. Ninjas in the library bring the mystery to a whole new level. Although I would still like something that is thoughtful behind the ninjas. hmmm. that is a mystery.
I think some librarians are actually a sub-class of ninja, so be careful with this.
If you spray paint them invisible, not even the ninja-iest librarian would be able to detect them!
How can I find an invisible spray paint can? It's invisible!
If it's just invisible paint, you can find it by reaching into empty spaces on the paint shelf.
Due to toxicity issues though, most places now have replaced the old "invisible spray paint" with "ninja invisible spray paint". This new stuff actually tries to avoid detection and moves around. The only way to find it is to randomly punch and kick into the air while you're walking through the store.
I thought "ninja invisible spray paint" would specially adhere to invisible ninjas and make them visible. Oh wait that would be "invisible ninja spray paint." Ok, how about this. "Ninja invisible spray paint" is the type of spray paint that a ninja would use when tagging a building. Nobody would see the tagging on the building, except for ninjas. Therefore, the public doesn't have to get upset about their tags. And ninjas are happy, because they can see who owns what turf.
and as far as the paint being invisible on the shelf. I'm assuming that makes it so only ninjas can find it. You wouldn't want the general public getting their hands on it.
Ninjas don't tag or mark their "turf".
They're hired to carryout covert tasks.
Tagging is the opposite of that.
It'd be like Bruce Wayne putting up a giant "Batman lives here!" on his mansion.
Maybe these are rogue ninjas.