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If Wiiboy..then Wiiman? Nintendo "Wii Speak" ;-)

Dear Buzz Out Loud Gang,
A small but growing phenomenon is occurring over the Internet. I guess you can call it "Wii Speak" These are words and terms which are referenced from Nintendo's Wii gaming system coming out soon. So here are some of the words that I have found so far:

Wiiboy - Male Wii Gamer
Wiiman - Female Wii Gamer
Wiimen - A bunch of Female Wii Gamers
WikiWii - A Wiki for Wii Gamers
Wiigun - A Nintendo Wii peripheral
Wiitruck - An Ice Cream Truck that deliveries Wii Consoles - Really!
Wiispeak - Discussions, dialog and terms referenced to the Wii console
Wiikends - Opportunities to play the Wii console on non-working days
Wiiday - The Release Date for the Nintendo Wii Console
Wiishoe - A proposed Wii peripheral on a Buzz Out Loud Podcast
Wiiker - Wii Furniture
Wiizine - Wii reading material or publications about the Wii

I am sure that there are others but this is what I found in many of the blogs about the Wii console. I am sure with the creative capabilities of the Buzz Out Loud Group.. that we could create others. Wink

So what are your "Wii Words" or should I say Wiiwords?

Well, that is my Wiipinion, what's yours? Wink

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