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PS3 & Wii Units Smashed

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They've stood in line just to destroy an iPod and an XBox, so it did not surprise us when this week they took a sledgehammer to a PS3 and used gravity against an innocent Wii.

Actually it did surprise us. It always does. And we suppose that's the point - to shock.

The Toronto-based yucksters design a professional-looking website, they throw up a PayPal button, they are given funds by readers until they can pay for the unit, they wait in line with the nerds, they buy the product, and they go outside in front of all the reporters and waiting crowd, and they destroy the idol.

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Videos of the smashings after the jump

photo via smashmywii.com