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9 Things About You That Prove You Were A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle When You Were A Kid

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In these controversial times, children are growing up fast, but not as fast as you did. When you were young, you skipped right past being a kid and went straight to being a teenager — but also a mutant… as well as a ninja… and a turtle at the same time. Your childhood was a confusing period of self-realization.

1) You fought with your primos over who could be which Ninja Turtle.

Estrellas del Ring / Youtube 

Nobody fought over Donatello. Ever. Anyone who says otherwise is a liar.

2) Pizza was then and is now still the highest rated meal on the food chart in your heart.

 Paige Turco / Youtube / Giphy/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze / Warner Bros.

Pizza really IS life. Have some delivered to your party and turn the fun up to 11!

3) You’ve been saying, “cowabunga” for too long.

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That cute girl at work gave you her phone number. Cowabunga! You’re getting money back after taxes instead of owing. Cowabunga! You’re living in an old folks home, but your grandkids are due to visit any day now. Cowabunga, all day!

4) You give Vanilla Ice a pass as a rapper because he rolled with the Turtles.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze / Warner Bros.

If you trace your dislike for Vanilla Ice, the guy, you’ll find that it has more to do with your own jealousy than anything else — unless you’re Freddie Mercury (RIP) or David Bowie (RIP), it’s high time you got passed the “itty bitty ting” controversy.

Dude LEGIT hung out with the fearsome foursome!

Dirtytape / Youtube / Vanilla Ice Ninja Rap VHS 1991 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II

That fact alone is why he should be celebrated like the dancing guy from the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, or at least, like U-God from the Wu-Tang Clan.

5) You don’t consider the Turtles to be naked because they wear headbands, belts, and weapons.

TMD Anniversary POE / Youtube / Giphy/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Warner Bros. 

A more discriminating fashionisto might suggest the official turtle dress code is basically something like “Thunderdome-era bondage meets color-coordinated Hamburglar,” with the first initial of your name on the belt buckle to tie it all together.

6) Dimension X informed your entire understanding of string theory and theoretical physics.

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If you’re a good guy turtle in this dimension, surely there must be a bad guy turtle version of you in another dimension. Science, it’s not just for nerds! Turtle power!

7) You made your own ninja weapons out of sticks.


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A broken branch was the main ingredient used to create DIY staffs, swords, sais, and with the help of your shoelaces, even nunchucks! Not as deadly as Abuela’s chancla-chucks, but at least they don’t smell like feet.

8) You know the best skateboarding can be found in the sewer.

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I bet there’s still jerks down there just watching and waiting to yell, “Do a ollie!”

9) You don’t have a problem with April, an adult human, being attracted to teenage turtles or vice versa.

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Things take a turn for the super creepy about 47 seconds into this clip as Michelangelo actually says, “She’s so hot I can feel my shell tightening.” Now, it’s not up to me to judge you, so as always, time will tell whether you’re a guy who’s pretty into some weird sh*t or if you’re just progressive af.

If all that sounds like you, then stand up and meet your Turtle brethren for a three-fingered high five!

Giphy/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Warner Bros. 

Congratulations! Master Splinter definitely taught you to be a ninja teen (he’s a radical rat!), but he also impressed upon you that Leonardo leads and Donatello does machines (that’s a fact, Jack!). You knew Raphael was cool, but crude (gimme a break!), and that Michelangelo was a party dude (party!).

READ: 7 Ways Your Big Brother Ruined Your Life And Made You Into The Man You Are Today

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Here's A List Of Wrestling Moves You Didn’t Know Were Invented By Latinos

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Here’s A List Of Wrestling Moves You Didn’t Know Were Invented By Latinos

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In 1933, Salvador Lutteroth González, the father of Lucha Libre, partnered with Francisco Ahumada to create the Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL). It was the birthplace of what we know today as modern Lucha Libre. What started in Mexico City would eventually spread all over the world; Latinos have been evolving the culture of professional wrestling by creating moves and innovating the sport since the 1930s.

Did you know that The DDT…

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… a move made famous by Jake “the Snake” Roberts

… was actually created by Black Gordman, a wrestler originally from Mexico?

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He called it the “Diamond Twist.”

Or that The Surfboard…

Friday Night Smackdown / WWE

… a staple in the list of moves used by former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Daniel Bryan throughout his career…

… was invented by Rito Romero?

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Rito performed the hold as the “Romero Special.”

Also, The Torture Rack…

Monday Night Raw / WWE

In the ’90s, “the Total Package” Lex Luger adopted this move to bend his opponents into submission.

Was introduced by Antonino Rocca

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The move sounded even more terrifying when it was originally called the “Argentine Backbreaker Rack.”

The Tiger Suplex…

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The Brian Kendrick pulls this maneuver out when he doesn’t care if his opponent lives or dies.

Was pioneered by Alfonso Dantés

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The suplex formerly known as the “Toque Tapatio” would eventually make its way to Japan and become the “Tiger Suplex” when Satoru Sayama, the original Tiger Mask used it as a finisher.

And the hammerlock small package…

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Used by the “Swiss Superman” Cesaro in WWE to tie up a win against Big E. and the New Day.

Was conceived by Dos Caras


The father of four time WWE World Champion, Alberto Del Rio is also responsible for giving birth to the “Dos Caras Clutch.”

The world of professional wrestling and sports entertainment celebrates its Latino influence…

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One of the all-time greats, WWE Hall of Famer, Eddie Guerrero was a wrestling genius whose imagination and innovation created so many iconic moments.

As it continues to constantly evolve.

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Sasha Banks (lies, cheats, and) steals from the man that made her want to be a Superstar in the first place.

READ: Rey Mysterio, Triple H And Other Wrestling Stars Pay Respects To Chavo Guerrero Sr.

Do you know some of the other moves invented by Latino wrestlers? Don’t forget to click the share button below!

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