Well, I have officially had my first Wii Injury. After totally owning at Wii Sports golf and bowling, I decided to move on to baseball. Well, I always hit a stupid foul ball or I swing too early.
Anyway, so I wanted to be able to say that I also pwn3d at baseball. So I trained on swinging for like a half hour straight. During one of my swings, something funky pulled in my shoulders and I was like, “AHHHHHHH!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!” I had decided before hand that I wasn’t going to be a loser with a wii injury and even stretched before hand. Apparently, I wasn’t ready to swing a “bat” for a half hour and I am now officially a loser with a wii injury. And, in case you’re wondering, I still suck at baseball. Stupid baseball. But I’ll take all ya’ll on at bowling. I rule at that.
I looked up wii injury on google and learned all about Nintendo’s health and safety precautions. I was also happy to eventually find this: www.wiihaveaproblem.com. At least my injury didn’t involve shoving my hand through a broken pane of glass from chucking my wii remote. Or wailing my hand on the corner of a metal chair and having to get stitches. All of that is too dramatic and too expensive. All my injury has cost me so far is a fair helping of Ibuprofen. Yeah, that’s and injury I can afford.