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3-05-2009 @ 7:07PM
You're missing the point and you're inferring that you know me, which you don't; so don't try to pigeonhole me into one of your stereotypes. Anyway, contrary to what you stated, it's not that holidays are not enjoyable; quite the opposite is true, the real problem is that they are too numerous. Holidays are not special and enjoyable when they are constantly being churned out and intersecting each other (such as the new year and Valentine's day holidays). There are simply too many holidays that are in close proximity to each other as far as the year goes. It makes the holidays feel overwhelming and stressful.Furthermore, as for my other comment goes, I am implying that the title achievements require far too much time investment to get and often demonstrate that someone who obtains them spends too much time playing. For example, the Love Fool title required constant play time in hopes to get each and every one of those little pieces of useless crap (and confusing for that matter) which were dispensed based upon the mercy of the random number generator. The likelihood that someone got this title was dependent upon either vast amounts of time invested or insanely on target luck.
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