Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Abe got me a Wii Fit for my birthday in June. It has been a fun way to spend some of my excessive free time (ha ha). However, I am frustrated by the lack of manners and loyalty that this "game" has programed into it.

For example, the Wii Fit, has asked Abe, "How is Erin looking? It has been awhile since I have seen her?" Then he gets to choose between options like, "looking a little heavy, the same, smaller, etc." Okay, a little nosy, don't you think, computer?

So, I was anxiously awaiting a similar question when Abe had not played the game for 45 days. Surely, it will ask me now and I can say how fat his favorite Abe is getting (yeah right). But no, I missed probably 2 days and it says to him, "Erin has not been exercising lately." What!

Abe says that it just likes him because it is his Wii. It is my game though. I was so annoyed with the apparent favoritism and lack of loyalty, I couldn't bear to take a turn that night.


Amber W. said...

Video games can be so insensitive sometimes.

Thanks for the comments on my blog. They made my day. :-)

nathan n rachel said...

That is hilarious!

Abby said...

You guys should just get Mario Kart--those little guys are always loyal (I use Toad and Mario; Matt prefers Princess Peach, if you were wondering). We could race you guys remotely.

Do you like Wii Fit? Mario Kart is our only game besides Wii Sports. I've been intrigued with Wii Fit but not sure if it's really that great.

Courtright Family said...

HA! I really did laugh out loud. That game must've been created by a man.

brenna said...

Silly Wii... I'm sorry it betrayed you. That's never good.