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3-07-2008 @ 7:55PM
How's this for funny...I'm a fifth grade teacher and WoW comes up a lot during the week. Especially during our weekly spelling tests. It's not exactly rare for the example sentences to have something to do with the game.Though in all fairness...when one of the words is "instance" or "wrath" or "dragon," well, what comes to your minds? :)So one of the kids raises his hand a few weeks ago and actually points out that Warcraft examples get used a lot. Since then, I've been consciously trying not to allude to it so much.In true Murphy's Law fashion, of course, one of today's spelling words is actually "gnome." XD
3-07-2008 @ 8:00PM
That's pretty funny. I talk about it with my brother (non-WoW player) mostly about the game aspects of it. He's an amateur Ludologist, and he really enjoys the different reasons people play games.
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