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Where’d it go?

They say that the Japanese don’t come up with new inventions, they simply improve on current ones. Take the Ninja pin, for example:

They might look like a set of sleek-looking pushpins, but they’re better than that. Stick it into a wall or a piece of paper, then pull it out and it’s as if it was never there. Thinly-bent instead of rounded, it pierces victims and leaves without a trace. Stealthy!

Ninja pins ($5) come in handy when you’re sticking corkboards to an apartment wall because when it’s time to move out you won’t need to use toothpaste to cover up the gashes. (^_<)v Inventor Shuji Miyamoto particularly designed it for people who don’t like spraying their favorite photos and posters with tiny bullet holes.

It’s a genius creation that pays attention to detail. The difference from its competitors is a mere millimeter or two, but what a difference it makes. Ninjas rule!

Himawari

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