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Old 04-07-11, 05:32 PM   #1
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Bought one of these today - the sports plus package.

I told the woman in Currys that I was buying it as a present for a nephew - which was a lie - as I was too embarrassed to admit that it was for myself.

I've just spent an hour or so on the table tennis game and have strained something - so everyone be careful if you are planning to have a go at one of these remote play consoles.

Nearly took out the light shade as well.
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Old 04-07-11, 11:16 PM   #2
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Go on youtube and check out the videos of people with their brand new Wii's and brand new 50" tele's (oh the 50" ones were so expensive them days)

Anyway the Wii's didn't come out with straps and gel covers, so there's some awesome videos
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Bought one of these today - the sports plus package.

I told the woman in Currys that I was buying it as a present for a nephew - which was a lie - as I was too embarrassed to admit that it was for myself.

I've just spent an hour or so on the table tennis game and have strained something - so everyone be careful if you are planning to have a go at one of these remote play consoles.

Nearly took out the light shade as well.
Just to add to that make sure the kids aint stood near you either.....nearly put out their light shade .....
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Old 05-07-11, 04:52 PM   #4
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Been there..... done that..... and had the aches to prove it!
Surprising what muscles it gets you using that you wouldn't otherwise use
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got the postcard

my mates just got the xbox kinect...that was a bad move...table tennis never hurt so much.



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I would never touch a Wii after slipping during playing tennis and smacking my head of my very expensive dining table!

Luckily the table was fine (my 2,000 wasn't wasted, phew!), but my head was rather sore for a few weeks afterwords
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Old 12-07-11, 05:36 PM   #7
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I told the woman in Currys that I was buying it as a present for a nephew - which was a lie - as I was too embarrassed to admit that it was for myself.
Many moons ago, my daughter wanted a Slipknot CD for her Birthday. My old dad says he'll buy it, and off he toddles to the gramophone shop.

Assistant "Oooh, are you sure you want this sir, it's heavy metal?"
Dad "Is it?"
Assistant "Yes sir, VERY heavy metal!"
Dad "oh, er"

The spent 5 minutes trying to talk him out of it before his brain recovered sufficiently to tell them it wasn't for him/1
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I was going to say you havent seen nothin tillyou have been on a kinect.

We have one and play on the foot ball keeper game


after 2 rounds your fooked
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I actually did break the ceiling light fitting playing tennis on Wii sports...
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Many moons ago, my daughter wanted a Slipknot CD for her Birthday. My old dad says he'll buy it, and off he toddles to the gramophone shop.

Assistant "Oooh, are you sure you want this sir, it's heavy metal?"
Dad "Is it?"
Assistant "Yes sir, VERY heavy metal!"
Dad "oh, er"

The spent 5 minutes trying to talk him out of it before his brain recovered sufficiently to tell them it wasn't for him/1
Hahah this is excellent. My dad used to ask me what I wanted for xmas and bday and I used to just give him a list of heavy metal cds that I wasn't old enough to buy lol. To this day I don't think he knows what exactly he bought me lmao.

As for the wii, i bought mine a couple of years ago and hurt myself a bit but got over it. TBH i found it a bit boring, unless you have loads of people over. Drinking while playing on the wii is defo a bad idea though lmao
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