Theoretically speaking, if a certain someone had calculated that they could strap a Wiimote to their infant child and, in the process of jiggling said child around for hours on end in order to soothe, calm and ultimately send them to sleep, they could at the same time complete Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Lost Winds and perhaps even Mario Kart Wii, at what point would Social Services become involved?
…at what point would Social Services become involved?
At the point where you’ve mastered the CPU opponents and need a human opponent?
When the Wiimote strap broke and the infant flew through a giant plasma screen TV?
The moment that theoretical person started fattening the baby up so that it was heavy enough to register on the Wii Fit board?