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Spare Parts

A Nintendo UnEntertainment System[1]

The Nintendo UnEntertainment System is a system sold in 1936 designed to play shames, and is arguably the stupidest idea anyone has ever had. Many believe this is even stupider than the time Patrick Star stuck his hand in a blender because he wanted a cannibal smoothie. The NUS was also the biggest failure of Nintendo, and the reason they went out of business for several years.

History

The NUS was created one day was Shigeru Miyamoto was pacing in his office. According to his crap-logic, success is good. And the Nintendo company is the most successful of all time. And since too much of a good thing isn't good, they need to do bad to do good. So, he decided that if he wanted to stay successful, he must create the most disgusting and insulting shame system the world had ever seen. And thus, the NUS was born! (insert pop & a baby crying here)

The Nintendo UnEntertainment System was created the next day. It had exceeded Mr. Miyamoto's expectations. Not only did it have terrible graphics and sound that sounded like nails on a chalkboard, but it was also incredibly rude to whoever was playing, and had a knack of shooting fire at people. The NUS went on the shelves within the week.

It was the biggest failure Anybody and Everybody had ever seen. In fact, Biased Ratings and the Anti Tails Movement quit their normal ranting to go and protest the creation of this shaming system. Shigeru Miyamoto and Nintendo were hated by everyone in the entire UnWorld. The successful failure of the NUS led to the creation of the Virtual Boy.

Shames

There are no shames that can be played on the NUS, just to make people mad after they buy it.

Fate

All of the remaining copies were sent to Mr. T, who used the parts to make the Mr. T-1000, a robotic version of himself.

Footnotes

  1. Nintendo UnEntertainment Systems were sold as spare parts to increase frustration of the buyer. No building instructions were included.

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