Wii Fit (Part 2)

Well...not many comments, but I hope you all already watched part 1 below. This parody changed my opinion about the Wii.

The makers of Wii Sports now give you a little white thing that you stand on. Introducing Wii Fit. For far too long video consoles have limited themselves to being fun and entertaining.

With Wii Fit, the sky is the limit as you explore exciting new exercises like, Leaning Side to Side. With amazing graphics and engaging game play, you'll love Leaning Side to Side with Nintendo's Wii Fit.

And don't miss Sticking Out Your Leg. With over 8 hours of solid game play, Sticking Out Your Leg is fun for both young and old. But when you finish that, try sticking out your other leg.

Wii Fit combines the perfect balance of barely moving and doing mundane (boring)things. But the practical applications of Wii Fit go far beyond working out. Don't want to invest $3.19 on a hula hoop? Why not pick up a Wii for just $300? Enjoy the same fun but in the comfort of your living room without that annoying plastic hoop.

Instead of having your kids go outside to play and get exercise, why not have them stand right in front of the TV? You'll save that money on soccer registration and the whole family will enjoy Watching Things Fly at Your Head.

If you found Dance Dance Revolution's hot sound tracks and exciting game play to be a bit too much, we think you'll enjoy Wii Fit's Step Up On The White Thing game. With this exciting but simple game title, all you have to do is step up and get down.

Nothing says fun to kids like a good graph or chart. That's just one way that Wii Fit is taking family's out of their back yard and putting them back in front of their television with exciting titles like Roll The Ball in the Hole. The Wii Fit looks great with anything from Ikea. Standing in one place has never been more fun than with Nintendo's Wii Fit.

Find out today why people all over the world think they are getting exercise with that little white thing you stand on. It's simple, it's easy, and you don't have to do anything. Wii Fit.

In case there was any confusion, this is NOT a real commercial for the Wii Fit. It's pure sarcasm.

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