When you first bought your WiiMote and Console there was games on your Wii that you wanted to play like sports. So you checked out the games and you saw bowling,
Then you moved your WiiMote to the bowling game, Started it up, And played bowling. You couldnt get enough pins hit down? All you had to do is to throw the bowling ball
harder than it is! But your WiiMote slipped out of your hand and Flung at the TV Screen and made the LCD Screen Crack up with all of the Screen Colours!
That explains why you should not play Bowling on a Wii with your FlatScreen 32 Inch TV. And by the way you might say
"Does Anybody have money to get me a flatscreen TV?" It was your fault of playing Wii Bowling
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