By: Sloane Hughes
The names Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael became known throughout the world because of the ingenious Renaissance artists they belonged to. But if you were born in the 1980 ‘s or anytime after, I ‘m willing to bet that when you see those four names together you only think of one thing, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The pizza-loving, crime-fighting, anthropomorphic reptiles of New York City have been a quintessential part of childhood throughout the world for the last three decades, and the cartoon features one of the catchiest theme songs of all time. You might not be able to remember what you had for breakfast but I ‘m willing to bet you remember the TMNT song, because literally all it is is “TEEN-AGE MU-TANT NIN-JA TUUURTLES ‘ over and over and over ‘ and the occasional “heroes in a half-shell ‘.
But that cadence is applicable to more than just the words Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and there ‘s an entire Twitter account dedicated to combining super random Wikipedia page titles with the TMNT logo ‘ and it is SERIOUSLY FUNNY.