Tommy has been browsing through multiple websites about Nintendo lately. He watched a lot of videos with interesting facts about games and consoles by this brand, and even searched for a cheap, but fresh 3DS. He just found a reasonable-priced 3DS, when his mom entered his room.
“Whatcha doin’, Tommy?” she asked him, “Are you looking at these funny consoles again?”
“Mom they are not funny they are cool do you understand and Nintendo is the first company ever that made video games and they developed thousands of games and consoles and you just don’t get it!” Tommy answered.
Then he came up with a cool idea.
“Mom, take a look at this auction: there’s a Nintendo 3DS, not used, with a Mario Kart game for only $140! Buy me that!”
Mom took a look at the 3DS, and then scrolled down onto another auction. She saw a more interesting offer.
“How about this one, son?” she asked and pointed her finger at the screen, “Second-hand Nintendo 2DS for only $99. This seems like a more reasonable price, don’t you think?”
“MOM! But 2DS is a budget version of 3DS and it’s used, JesuSSSSS!! And there are no games included, dafuq?!?
“I can either buy you this 2DS or nothing. Choose.”
Tommy’s brain processed dozens of complicated mathematical operations, considering all of the price/quality proportions and every argument for and against taking the 2DS.
“Ok, buy me that.” He said, and so they ordered the console.
After a week a courier came with the so-desired 2DS. After unboxing it turn out that the console is made of a 100% carcinogenic plastic, the battery sucks the energy in 2 minutes, and it doesn’t even have a cartdridge slot.
Then Tommy breathed heavily and released a smelly gas out of his anus.