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05/11/2006

Well, Wii think both gay and Wii are pretty nice

by Jeremy Hooper

   According to a Washington Post blogger covering the E3 Trade Show, some attendees have been ripping on Nintendo's fortcoming Wii (pronounced "we") game system by "sporting homemade t-shirts showing the likes of Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie, Richard Simmons and Ellen DeGeneres with the slogan: 'Even Wii think Wii is gay!'"

And seriously, is anything cuter than that word being used in the pejorative sense? "Happy," "homosexual," or "lame" -- what a descriptor!

Now if you'll excuse us, we must get to E3 so that we can debut our "XBOX 360 eats box 24/7/365" tees. Should be fun.

Nintendo Chatter [Wa Po's 'Game Days' blog]

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