The 10 Best Kitchen Implements For Fighting Off a Ninja
These utensils are imperative to use to defend yourself from the spontaneous attack of a ninja in your kitchen.
The spatula is a cunning weapon. It gives extra reach and allows you to slap the Ninja repeatedly in the face. Ninja’s have an aversion to being slapped. It offends their sense of masculinity and may help to undermine their confidence.
Warning: It may also help to aggravate them. Expect an increase in the ferocity of their attack. So duck and slap and duck again really fast.
The Chopping Board
The wooden chopping board is invaluable when defending your self from a Ninja attack. Ninja have a propensity for using throwing stars, nasty if they hit you. But the wooden chopping board, when used as a shield will quickly mop up his supply.
Warning: Do not discard your chopping board too quickly. Ninja are known for being sneaky individuals. He may yet have a star or two hidden up his sleeve. Be Patient.
The Mop is an excellent weapon for dealing with attacking Ninja’s. Holding the shaft firmly in your hand wave the mopping end vigorously in the Ninja’s face. As Ninja’s are Japanese, their oldest enemies are the Chinese and the Chinese warriors carried spears with tassels placed just below the stabbing end. Somewhere deep in his subconscious the Ninja will believe he is fighting a truly worthy warrior and may just give up and go home.
Warning: The Ninja just might be able to hold onto the idea that you are not in fact a Chinese warrior but are in fact just a man with a mop. Still the mop will come in handy after the fight for cleaning up the blood.
Plates are handy for a fight in a kitchen because there tend to be lots of them around. Throw the plates at the Ninja in quick procession. Not only may you hit him with them but the plates will break when they hit the floor and due to a Ninja’s inadequate foot ware there is a good chance he will get splinters in his feet. (ouch)
Warning: Ninja’s are trained to dodge throwing stars so your chances of actually hitting him are pretty poor. And don’t use your best china.
There are plenty of knives to choose from in the average kitchen. But don’t go for the stylish little steak knives. Go for the cleavers, (in this situation bigger is better) bread knives are also good too but it can be a bit difficult getting your Ninja to keep still long enough for you to saw through his arm.
Warning: Ninja’s are trained swords men and no matter how big your knife you can be sure he will have a bigger one.
Okay we are clutching at straws here. The Fork is not a great attack weapon but it can be good as a defensive weapon. When the Ninja attacks with his sword try and catch the blade between the forks prongs then twist the handle of the fork sharply. If your Ninja has bought his sword at a discount store it may snap.
Warning: catching a blade that is coming at your rather quickly between the prongs of as fork may take a bit of practise and you only have so many limbs spare to get it right.
The Frying Pan
We are back on a more solid footing here. The Frying pan is both a good attacking weapon as well as a defensive one. It can block most weapons at the Ninja’s disposal and it makes a great noise when you hit someone in the head with it. Block, strike and block again, marvellous.
Warning: In order to attack with a frying pan you really do have to get very close to the Ninja. Getting close to an attacking Ninja is not really a great idea as they have many small sharp objects that they just love to stick into people that invade their personal space.
A gas cooker is best used in this attack. First you have to get the cooker on. So while dodging and ducking first turn on the gas, then light it. Do not try to do both of these things at the same time. Ninja’s are quick, you might be surprised just how quick and you will need both your arms for the next bit. Then while distracting the Ninja with some cleaver finger puppetry guide him to the cooker and trick him into putting his arm, or even better his head into the flames (going for the head should only be attempted by true experts).
Warning: Not all Ninja’s are enthralled by finger puppetry and if your first attempts at it don’t impress him move on quickly, don’t keep trying it, this will only bore the Ninja and he will quickly remember why he is there.
Salt and Pepper
We are now down to chemical warfare. It may be banned by the UN but you may not time to read the fine print in the rules of war documentation supplied to warring factions to worry about this. Salt is for the eyes (his, not yours) and the pepper is for the nose. The salt will quickly blind your Ninja attacker and the pepper will wreak havoc with his breathing. Don’t spend too much time trying to apply these chemicals with precision. A broad application to the general face area will suffice.
Warning: Ninja’s ware face masks, so the pepper may not quite hit the mark. And if you miss with the salt you probably won’t get another chance.
This works best if you have stone tiles laid in your kitchen. If you don’t do not under any circumstances try any lay them while under attack, it’s a messy and time consuming task. Apply the oil vigorously to the floor and then run away. The Ninja will come after you as surely as a dog will chase a ball and with any luck slip on the oil and hit his head upon you stone tiles.
Warning: Ninja’s are very good jumpers and may jump over the oil. If this happens and you have now left the kitchen you are in real trouble because this guide only deals with attacks in the kitchen and has no advice for you once you have left it. So only use oil if you are sure it will work. Perhaps you could check if your attacking Ninja has a bit of a limp and is less likely to be able to make the jump.