A Loot Ninja Employee was severly injured in a gaming accident last night. This is his story.
Miraculously, the Wii remote still works, according to hospital reports
but is now a different color...
I don't care how many Wii remote condoms you put on that thing, I wouldn't be touching it ever again
well I don't think anyone would touch a wiimote with a condom on it... - Hey dude! Let's play Smash Bros! Here's your controller! *shows wiimote with condom on it* - Let's not
It could have been much worse, he could have been playign with the Zelda extensions and gotten a shield lodged in place, he would be pooping pancakes for the rest of his life.
I was the one who had to go to hospital. The look on his wife's face was very solemn. This isn't funny guys. He cried in my arms. I was there.
ahmm whats todays date?
if you say so.
Oh yeah, April 1st...
Wii care if it's true. (get well bro....) Wii don't if it's fake. (yeah, april fools)
Suddenly, all these interesting news pop up on April 1st; hmmm....
can that seriously happen? I mean how?...funny
It is a delicate procedure to have it removed. There are months of rehab associated along with a monthly check up.
ha ha ha. That's a funny April's fools story.
Damn. I don't know what's worse, being rickrolled because April 1st seems to have picked it up again, or just dealing with April Fools every single year.
I really hate April Fool's Day. All these lame stories. Wow, poor guy had to have surgery. This is just another lame April Fool's joke. At least make it seem more real.
Will he be able to ride a bike again?
I love it how this loot-ninja site has these stupid articles and reviews, as if their opinions are worth sh!t, and then the loot-ninja editors are always the first to comment on their own stories. LAME!
ElementX! How are you doing man? Haven't heard from you in awhile. Hope community college is coming along. Don't worry, you'll get out before your 30. Hope all is well! -Your friends at Loot Ninja :)
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