Have Nintendo's Mario Phone Prank Your Parents

Posted: Nov 24 2008, 1:16pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:52am CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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"It's a me, Mario!" Nintendo has assigned Mario to work overtime this Holidays by calling personally your parents about your gift wishes.
You can ask Mario to call up anybody and tell him which Nintendo DS color you like and which games you would like for Christmas.
The voice of Mario is pretty funny. So just imagine you are in your thirties and have Mario call you mom to tell her that you would like a DS for Christmas.
Starting today, you can visit site and check off the Nintendo DS items you hope to receive for the holidays. After you provide some other information, your friend, relative or special someone will receive a voice mail or e-mail with a personalized message from Mario about what Nintendo DS gifts you hope to receive. Sadly you cannot choose the Wii as option.
I tried it, it is funny.

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