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3-03-2008 @ 10:34AM
WoW is a family/friend social event around my parents' house. Two of my three siblings play the game, so I occasionally log onto their server (my old server before I switched) to say hi and see what is going on. Many of my friends from college play, so it's an opportunity to interact with one another without the hassle of going from one side of the country to the other just to hang out. And, thankfully, my significant other plays just as much as I do, even going as far as to be in the same raid group together.Getting the parental units into the fun will be impossible. My dear mother is close to being a technophobe, though we did manage to get her onto the 'net to become an avid eBayer. My father won't play games that don't involve a hockey stick.
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