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10-11-2008 @ 4:06PM
I can understand being addicted to a game like Wow (I am, of course) but that was too much. To be honest, watching the Undead Female dance I just felt sad for her.
10-11-2008 @ 4:08PM
Oh, let them have their fun.Besides, the dances /are/ real-life dances, so it's not like they're the first to do that dance in public.
10-11-2008 @ 4:12PM
I totally agree. fun sucks.
10-11-2008 @ 4:14PM
I was impressed by how much a person can be addicted to a game. That's all.
10-11-2008 @ 4:17PM
Maybe dancing is a hobby for her, as is WoW. Maybe she did it just for fun.Try to think about it as an actress portraying a character. Why does everything related to World of Warcraft have to be thought of as 'what a sad addiction...'?
10-11-2008 @ 4:21PM
> Why does everything related to World of > Warcraft have to be thought of as 'what a > sad addiction...'?Indeed, that's why I specified "addicted to a game". In general.
10-11-2008 @ 6:36PM
Uh being addicted to dancing is probably better than being addicted to WOW. Anyway, LIGHTEN UP DUDE.
10-11-2008 @ 6:43PM
Ofc you did not get my point, np.
10-11-2008 @ 7:24PM
Oh please. For all we know, she just saw the Undead Female dance because her boyfriend was playing it. Just because she danced does not AT ALL mean that she is addicted. She might play it day and night or she might not play it at all. She might just like dancing. There is NO WAY to tell. Plus, even if she IS addicted, it doesn't look like that has been a bad thing for her. She hasn't withered away enough to be unable to attend Blizzcon (or dance). Your logic is flawed.
10-13-2008 @ 4:46AM
So...they're addicted to wow just because they're preforming a dance that appears in the wow? That makes no sense dude.For all you know they could have played wow a single time, saw the dance, learned the dance, and then quit wow forever. yeah...think about that!
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