Now I would say, “playing with my Wii FIT” – but apparently, I don’t FIT on the Wii FIT. I’m too heavy for it.
So apparently, the Wii has a hidden weight level. You’ve got “underweight”, “normal”, “overweight”, “obese”, and then “Get off me you fat truck of lard!”
Yeah. The system actually displays “Uh oh – you exceed my weight limit.” It’s plastic, for cryin’ out loud. And it weighs more than my actual scale – and my scale never talks back to me and says “Help, you’re crushing me!” Why? Because it knows fat people are going to get on it – those are the people scales are typically made for and sold to. But apparently, not the Wii Fit!
How is this even possible? The whole reason I bought a Wii Fit – is to get fit. I know I’m a big fat bacon-filled slob… that’s why I bought the thing.
But apparently, Japan is saying “you can’t use the Wii Fit unless you’re already fit.”
“Dear Nintendo, could you please build a more heavy-duty version for America? Call it the Wii FAT! We’re America… WE FAT!”
My goal now is to lose weight… so I can finally get down to a weight that appeases my Wii Fit.
Fortunately, I can still use the Wii Fit… it makes a great TV tray for nachos and cheesecake. So problem solved.