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10-10-2008 @ 6:40PM
OK, new topic for wowinsider, why did everyone think GC was a she? Someone must unravel this mystery.
10-10-2008 @ 6:51PM
There was a post awhile back where he said something along the lines of "Who ever said I'm male? 0.o". Naturally, a great many people automatically assumed that because GC made a deal of it that he wasn't male. Obviously we can see now that he was probably joking, but I am sure that the possibility that Ghostcrawler was female probably turned down the heat from some QQ Beta Testers. I vaguely remember a post that said something along the lines of "You don't talk to a lady like that, even if you're made about something."Ghost brought up the discussion a while back about never actually saying he was female, just that he might not be male. However, the other Blues responded to this by making cracks like "Ghostcrawler, you left your purse in my office." All in all it made for a very amusing and interesting reveal today :). Sadly, I was one of the ones who thought he was female up until the thread where he pointed out that he never actually mentioned his gender. I had assumed he was a crab :P.
10-10-2008 @ 6:52PM
Because he said at one time that, in reference to being a male, that the person didn't know his gender and was just assuming. So everyone decided that he must NOT be male, and thus he became an internet female.
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