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Real Life Fruit Ninja Could Be Why The World Didn’t End [VIDEO]

If you hate fruit and possibly have type 2 diabetes then you too can be the fruit ninja. This man is a true hero to all.
The world was supposed to end on December 21st but since you are reading this you know that’s just not true. But what you may not know is that this pleasantly plumb furious ninja might be the reason. I have a sneaky suspicion that the world was about to end but this dude called a switch. He whipped out his novelty samurai sword and chopped the apocalypse in half! Thank you fruit ninja. You are a true hero.

 

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