Tuesday, April 11, 2006

DS Stands for Destroy Society

On May 29, Nintendo will release a game called Big Brain Academy. This game tells you what brain type you have.

Though this feature has not been announced yet, I fear that stupid people will be able to meet other people with a similar brain type. With Nintendogs, two people playing at the same time are alerted of each other when their DS barks.

What if your DS says "duh" when you pass a Brain Academy player with a similar IQ? Will "duh" become the new mating call? When two stupid people mate, the chances of passing on the chromosomal anomaly are doubled. We don't need the DS to help morons reproduce - it's bad enough that we have MySpace.

1 comment:

Maria Maria said...

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