whats more durable a nintendo game device or a dimond

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4 years ago#1
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3 things 1. i am female 2. i havea msucle probelm its hard for me to typ well 3.*does her janpuu dance*
4 years ago#2
Depends on the system. Also, if we're talking DS/3DS/DSi/GBASP, we have think about whether the screen is flipped open or closed.

In general, I'd say it's maybe a tie.
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4 years ago#3
nintendo game devices eat diamonds.
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4 years ago#4
Well, I thought the wii was frail, but it's lasted way longer than the 360 (I'm on my third 360, and I bought the wii first).

Also, the game cube could be used as a self defense weapon.
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4 years ago#5
Diamonds are heavily compressed coal. They'll burn up quite easily.

A gameboy was melted during Desert Storm and still works. It's on display at the NYC Nintendo store.

I'd say that Nintendo hardware wins by a mile.
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4 years ago#6
^^Battery no go boom?:(
4 years ago#7
The fat DS and Gamecube looked like they were meant to be hooked up to a tank.
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4 years ago#8
You successfully beat a person down a Nintendo system. Nintendium, it's high grade stuff.
4 years ago#9
in trillons of yearslon gafter our sun has goen super nova aliesn will examine the chared remains of earth and find nintendo devices

nintendo is humanity legacy to the stars rember that ppl
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3 things 1. i am female 2. i havea msucle probelm its hard for me to typ well 3.*does her janpuu dance*
4 years ago#10
TC, I tried searching Google for "dimond" but it told me this:

Did you mean: diamond

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