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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by dan99iel, Dec 1, 2006.

  1. dan99iel

    dan99iel Hai :3. I'm back.

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    Hi,

    There has been lots of people breaking their T.V. screens (Lots HDTV or Plasmas) computer screens and, erm... 4 Inch Tablet screens. anyway, look at these pictures, i do find them a tad but funny! heres the link: click here
     
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  2. Wiiboy93

    Wiiboy93 Proud Wii Owner

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    what pictures???
     
  3. Scuba Kid

    Scuba Kid WiiChat Member

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    What pictures?

    anyway, there really is no need for people to be breaking their TVs. The only reasons I can think of why this is happening is due to: 1) People making completely unnecessary arm movements while playing and throwing the wiimote way too hard 2) standing way too close to the TV while throwing their wiimote too violently 3) not wearing the wriststrap properly.
     
  4. Close

    Close 幸せ雑&

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    And then 4) they are stupid.
    ;)
     
  5. ShadowElliot

    ShadowElliot Diamond: Chimchar Wanter

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    I've made a bigger and better thread, thats more neater. pfft...:yesnod:
     
  6. Haz

    Haz Nintendo Encyclopedia

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    Old News (there is already a thread going). That website is full of staged footage and is possibly made my some people who don't like the Wii (get a job!).

    If you manage to break anything in your house while playing Wii, then you shouldn't be allowed to play it.
     
  7. dan99iel

    dan99iel Hai :3. I'm back.

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    Agreed lol!
     
  8. Icetrash

    Icetrash King K.Rool

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    I scared my dad might break it because he will put so much effort into it (playing tennis im talking about).... he'll have to pay if he breaks it :)
     
  9. ocdan

    ocdan Pastafarian

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    seriously now, I mean..... come on... a strap isnt ment for you to just put all the energy ad relianse in it and let it stress all the potential energy brought on by momentum... I grip my wiimote with the strap on...
     
  10. ratman

    ratman The great Deku Tree

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    Thats why every must stay a 5 foot radius of my wii, and if any one touches they must wash the hands five times :cool:
     
  11. intekmdma

    intekmdma Add me and i'll add you!

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    I wait for the day when I see a flying wiimote in real life
     
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    xbandaidx WiiChat Member

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    I'm sure it'll be a teary eye moment for you.
     
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    intekmdma Add me and i'll add you!

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    as long as it is not my wiimote ><
     
  14. redhood

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    To be honest here, dont any of you think Nintendo should have realised people will get carried away with these controls and make a stronger strap? Seems like they need to build a chain one! :yikes: Kinda happy you Americans got the Wii before us in England... we know that the strap isnt too great!!!
     
  15. ssbb_lover

    ssbb_lover Novocain Stain'd

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    Dude, the longer the strap is the easier it is to slip off...the smaller it is the more tightly fastened around your wrist it is :p

    I've heard alot of ppl are just staging these w/ websites w/ a million pics of broken *blank* (TV, laptop, etc.). You know what? These ppl need top seriously get a life, really, think about it. Spending all their time so that a console doesn't sell well, that is very sad and childish. :frown2:

    The chances of this happening (even though it seems so likely that it will happen) is very slim. Just go around looking at Wii websites, do you see ANY PPL AT ALL that have broken whatever? Don't think so, only by dumb asses (no offense to those of you that this has happened to, but c'mon) who don't know how to hold an object, a.k.a. a baby? Lol, I just think it's dumb of ppl who this actually happens to. ;)
     
  16. Haz

    Haz Nintendo Encyclopedia

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    Man I was playing my Wii with the window open and the wiimote slipped out of hand and hit a passing car - look what happened. Lesson? Don't buy Nintendo.

    [​IMG]

    - Yeah Right! lol
     
  17. Audioillity

    Audioillity WiiChat Member

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    lol the one i liked best was my friend never played computer games then he really got into the wii, and broke his tv. them somthing about going out that day and buying a new one.

    thing is there is a 360 there, along with what looks like a load of ps2 games with all the cases.
     
  18. Prez

    Prez Señor Prez

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    my wiimote escaped my hands too... except, my accident was a little more serious than a broken tv....
    [​IMG]
     
  19. motherbrainrulez

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    wow this has realy got me worried
     

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