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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Nintendo.

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Most games in the Nintendo franchise include a Super Mario biscuit for you to munch on while you play the game.

Nintendo is the biggest game company in the world, so far they have built a real Super Mario using their evil DNA labs and rorking snorkewrs.

All in all deys likes theys chips! Help them by giving them your money, or Shiggy Motty, that famous programmer and football commentator will come and getcha. Remarkable!

Origin of the name[edit]

Contrary to popular belief (and even popular beef), there is no person called Nintendo: this is a fallacy invented by those capitalists at Team MoneyMoneyMoney (AKA. Nintendo Corp.) to make you buy their "wonderful, delightful and simply magnificent products at low, low prices".

In actual fact, the name is a derivation of the phrase "Hakamajasparta!" which, when translated from Japanese, is "Nine, ten, do!" This has nothing to do with computers and everything to do with the popular children's rhyme "One, two buckle my shoe".


  • If you listen carefully, you can hear Mario shout "Vote Conservative" on the opening screen of Super Mario Brothers. This is further proof of Nintendo's capitalist undercurrent.

Popular products[edit]

  • Nintendo back-hander. Pretend to be a Mafia man in this new game for the N64.
  • Nintendo Wii, which is not an action but a video games console. Who wouldv'e thought it, eh?
  • Mintendo Wee. Actually, that has nothing to do with Nintendo. Officially, at least: some think it's actually one of Miyamoto's failed systems that was swept under the carpet.