It makes your Mii Fat!!!

ROFLMAO

Okay, so I got up early this morning and went to the store to get a Wii Fit before work so that I'd make sure they weren't sold out. What? I'm not crazy! The first two shipments at GameStop were already sold out.

I just took it home to the hubby to play with and went through the setup stuff. You give it your height and date of birth. Then it weighs you and tells you your BMI. Well even if I wasn't pregnant I'd be a bit on the rotund side, but as you can imagine... Let's just say it was high. We're blaming that on Finn! Hush! Yes, we are! Okay, Finn and Nicky and chocolate in large quantities. :-D Probably mostly chocolate in large quantities, but I will hear no evil words spoken of chocolate while it's keeping my blood pressure so low!

Anyway so the really funny part is that on the Wii you get these cute little characters to represent you called Miis. When you choose them for Wii Fit if you're overweight or obese it makes your little character fat!!! So I have this little fat mii running around in yoga pants! LMAO

I didn't have time to play with it properly and naturally most of the exercises will be out of my range until after the wee mii gets here, but i played one of the balance games and it was totally fun. I wouldn't say I did well at it...but it was fun. :-D

Comments

Vixen said…
I. AM. SO. JEALOUS.

I want a tubby little mii running around in yoga pants!!
Jennifer Shirk said…
LOL! Sounds adorable! :)
Jenn said…
ok, now I really wanna play! But I'm not sure I wanna stare at my BMI any more than my weight :P
Me said…
Vixen: OMG It's so fun you MUST get one!

Jennifer: THey are pretty darn cute!

Jenn:It doesn't leave your bmi up on the screen or anything. Just shows it when you're creating your character. You should totally come over and play!
projectmommy said…
Until the wee mii gets here. *chuckles*
CEDquiz said…
I'm glad to hear that you guys are having fun with the new Wii Fit. Just as Jenn mentions, there’s been some concern with the BMI index. The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt in Baltimore, Maryland, believes that BMI is not a true reflection of an individual's health and are concerned that the BMI aspect of the Wii Fit program could have a negative impact on peoples' perception - both young and old - of their body image. To learn more about BMI and our thoughts on the topic, visit http://eatingdisorder.org/blog/?m=200801.

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