Monday, March 14, 2011

"Ninjit"

It should be a word. A ninjit is like an ijit, only dressed all in black, loudly pseudo-stealthy, and carrying a short-barrelled shotgun with a scope on it.

Or maybe a shotshell-chambered revolver. Or a tactical Mare's Leg.

8 comments:

Ancient Woodsman said...

The little picture of a Ninjit next to the word in the Funk & Wagnalls would be of Mr. Severe.

I'm guessing, of course.

JB Miller said...

I had never heard of a "Tactical Mare’s Leg"!

Too funny!

Tango Juliet said...

I like it. :)

docjim505 said...

Calling Zoe Washburne!

Shermlock Shomes said...

Don't forget the term "fidget!" Contraction of "idjit" and . . . well, you know.

Firehand said...

Does that include people with a 9mm Hi-Point carbine with a 3-9X scope mounted on it?

Jim said...

Perhaps a tactical flintlock next.

Jim

Flylow said...

Useful, or not?

http://www.stoegerindustries.com/firearms/stoeger_double_defense.php

-flylow