International Ninja Day 2018 is on Wednesday, December 5, 2018: Did You Know That Today Is International "Talk Like A Pirate" Day ?
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 is International Ninja Day 2018. International Ninja Day 2012 International Ninja Day 2012
Ninja Day (or even the Day's The Ninja) is about wearing dark, ninja-designed clothing, coming on your buddies, and living just like a ninja. Why don't you purchase a ninja outfit along with a ninja mask, and find out how stealthily you are able to behave in your own home, school or work?
I knew it was coming up. Did you know that Feb. 3rd is Pirate vs. Ninja day? From the Argh I assume you're a pirate, start getting a team together now so when the ninjas try to attack you're ready!
How did Pirates vs. Ninjas get started?
"In 2003, the creators of Ninja Burger declared that December 5 would be celebrated as Day of the Ninja. On this day, people are encouraged to dress as ninja, engage in ninja-related activities, and spread information on ninja online. December 5 was originally chosen because December 5, 2003 marked the release of Tom Cruise's film The Last Samurai (which featured a scene where samurai battled ninja). Since then the focus has shifted towards the more familiar Pirates versus Ninjas conflict, and the day has served as a virtual counterpoint to International Talk Like a Pirate Day.
The first year's events were small, but in 2004 the holiday gained international support from a group of French performers, who staged elaborate ninja poses in front of famous landmarks (such as the Eiffel Tower). This led to increased press coverage from, among other things, the French Disney magazine Picsou. The holiday drew support from the popular Ask a Ninja website in 2006; a podcast on November 30 of that year discussed an alternative explanation for the holiday's origin, set 1400 years ago. The release of the Ask a Ninja DVD was timed to coincide with that year's Day of the Ninja (Dec. 5, 2006), and helped garner additional press coverage. The DVD release party itself was heavily covered by the "blogosphere", with numerous references to the Day of the Ninja. Perhaps not coincidentally, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest was also released on DVD on December 5, 2006; the Ask a Ninja website had already added to the Pirates vs Ninjas meme when "the Ninja" gave a blistering review of the film in an earlier podcast.
Another site, ninjaday.org, has independently declared December 5 as International Creep Like a Ninja Day. Other possible names include Stalk Like a Ninja Day, Sneak Like a Ninja Day, Move Like a Ninja Day, or simply Ninja Day (the last of which redirects to the official page). According to the official website, this site and others of its kind are unrelated to Ninja Burger or the original Day of the Ninja website, although their efforts are supported."
What are my Ninjas doing for Ninja day?
I am going to have a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie marathon!