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For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia think they have an article about Jenga.

The historical origins of Jenga (pronounced "Henga" in Spanish) are lost in the fog of time, but several legends and myths survive. This ancient Swahili game of physical skill has been used various times over the course of history to determine leaders in clan-like tribes. For example, it determined the following leaders:

  • Clan Microsoft: Bill Gates successfully upset Steve Jobs by a brilliant “sneezing” move to become the head of this evil and corrupt clan bent on world domination.
  • Gnu-Klux-Klan: Thea, the “gnu”, used her victory to overthrow Afghan lord, Sohrab Kabuli, a brilliant and righteous world-wide Jenga expert to become the first female Gnu leader.
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton: A game of Jenga determined who would run for president first. Hillary still maintains that Bill cheated and plans to run for office in the near future.
  • Osama bin Laden: Osama bin Laden won a game of Jenga with George W. Bush on 9th November, 2001, not once, but twice.

Perfect Jenga

A perfect jenga is achieved when all 39 peices have been arranged one on top of the other in a criss-cross fashion. The toal height should measure around 11ft, with a stability ratio somewhere between 13fn and 22fn, atmospheric anomalies notwithstanding. A blinking halogen bulb must be secured on top of the perfect jenga as a sentinel for any inbound aircraft.

Great Pirate-Ninja Conflict

It is rumored that Jenga was the original cause of the Great Pirate-Ninja conflict that has taken place since the beginning of time.

"Whilst Pirate and Ninja once sat and played Jenga in Peace, Pirate had his minions deviously sneak up and cut one of the legs off the great Jenga table. When Ninja saw the tower fall Pirate bellowed "JENGA! I WIN!" But Ninja knew of the conspiracy and dedicated himself and his warriors to fighting Pirate ever since."

-These words are printed in the front of every printed Jutsu book (Except for "Clown-Jutsu", see Clinja}.

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