Kangeroo Ninja Confusion

According to Skynews, an Australian man woke up one night to find an intruder running around his house.

“The 42-year-old told Sky News Online: “I just saw this black thing. I thought it was a lunatic ninja, an intruder. It just fell on top of us on the bed. A couple of seconds later I realized it was a kangaroo.”

Ok so the story goes on and he fights off the 90 pound roo and chases it out his front door.

Reading this article made me realize that there is alot of disinformation out there, so I was hoping to clear up some confusion amongst everyone as to the differences between Ninjas and Kangaroos.

Kangaroos are covered in fur and can grow up to six feet tall. They have large feet and bunny style ears.
Ninjas are usually covered in black cloth from head to toe, except for their eyes. They are usually shorter than six feet and wear slippers or special ninja shoes with toes. Their ears are usually not visible.

Kangaroos enjoy hopping and eating plants.
Ninjas enjoy whooping ass, killing, stealing, and eat dumplings and Hot Pockets (any food that can be eaten quickly on a rooftop)

Kangaroos live in mostly in Australia and

Fighting style:
Kangaroos mostly kick box and use their tail to balance a well placed powerful kick with both feet.
Ninjas are known to employ a mixture of martial arts training into their fighting styles, they have no tail but can still land powerful kicks themselves.

Famous Kangaroos include Kanga and her son, Roo from Winnie the Pooh, Kangaroo Jack, and Bob Keeshan Captain Kangaroo
Famous Ninjas Include Snake-eyes and Storm Shadow from GI Joe, web sensation Ask a ninja, Leonardo Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael.

I hope this clears up any confusion any of us, Australian or not, may have had about Ninjas and Kangaroos. We can only hope they never combine their efforts as they would likely be an unstoppable force.

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