Portions of this post are adult in nature. If you are below the age of consent in your state, country, or region, go do something else for a while.
I don’t have a Wii Fit, and I hadn’t really considered getting one. Until now.
Amanda Flowers, a 24-year-old from Manchester, claims that a Wii Fit injury has turned her into a sex addict.
After falling from her Wii Fit board, Flowers reports that even minor vibrations–such as from a food processor, she says– “turns her on.” She was told by a doctor that she had suffered a damaged nerve that has provoked “persistent sexual arousal syndrome.”
“It began as a twinge down below before surging through my body. Sometimes it built up into a trembling orgasm,” Flowers says, according to the Daily Star’s article “Nintendo Wii Made Me Nympho.”
Read the rest on The Huffington Post including a link to some videos of other Wii accidents. Fortunately (or not, depending on your kink), no videos of the aforementioned accident or its aftermath.
Well now. That certainly puts a different light on the Wii Fit, doesn’t it?
And that’s all I’m going to say about that.
Actually, that’s all I’m going to say about anything today. I’ve just completed a hilly ten-mile bike ride (sad to say, my longest of the spring, so far), and I’m headed for the comfort of my sofa. My DVD player might not be as–ahem!–exciting as a Wii Fit, but it’s all I have.
Hope you’re all having a lovely weekend! I’m back on Monday with a great book review! (Um, the book is great. Not sure how the review will turn out.)