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1-02-2009 @ 11:48AM
Several of us in my workplace (2nd-level HW/SW tech support) are WoW players. We often jokingly refer to the tasks we are assigned as "quests," and when a user occasionally gives negative feedback, we realise we've "pulled agro." At that point we know we're in for a "boss fight." We stop short of assigning derogatory names to individuals, as that kind of thing inevitably gets out. However, there is a certain area to which none of like to go, as we always get nearly assaulted by the "hey, can you look at my problem while you're here?" people. We refer to it as Murloc Row. Everyone hates getting a quest for Murloc Row.
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