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The term “Ninja Please” originated due to the increase in Asian popularity. This popularity of Asian Americans became statistically apparent through the use of YouTube. Many of YouTube’s highest subscribed channels were created and operated by Asians. This brought on a new generation of Asians that were breaking all the stereotypes.
With this new found popularity, many Asians were seeking a defining word to bring homage to their fellow Asian brothers and sisters. “Ninja” became that word. The use of this term “Ninja” can be best described through this incredibly hilarious YouTube video:
On April 27th of 2012, Fred Yen (Creator of “10 Second Chinese Lessons” and Fred Yen Designs) posted this meme on Harrison Chao’s (Star of “10 Second Chinese Lesson” and “ABC Lost in Taiwan”) Facebook wall. This meme was an instant hit between friends and family and quickly spread throughout San Diego, California.
The term “Ninja Please” and “Ninja Say What?” are used to describe a ridiculous comment, idea, or action brought on by another Asian.
Harry: “Yo Fred can I try some of your Orange Chicken?”
Fred: “Ninja Please! Get yo own damn chicken!”
Harry: “My Honda Accord can out run your new GTR”
Fred: “Ninja Please! You crazy ass Ninja”
Harry: “Forks or Chopsticks?”
Harry: “Ninja Please!”
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