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5-07-2009 @ 1:09PM
Sorry, all I heard was QQ.
5-07-2009 @ 1:24PM
What the hell? Since when is constructive criticism QQ?
5-07-2009 @ 1:42PM
"Since when is constructive criticism QQ?"When it's obvious one has nothing to offer to the discussion.
5-07-2009 @ 1:47PM
No, I agree - "QQ more". Yes, all those things could be done, and they would rock. I'm enjoying WoW more in 3.1 than I did in 3.0. Dual specs and Ulduar are making for a very enjoyable experience for me, I actually liked getting the last two meta achivements (I know, wtf is wrong me me lol.) I've started to become interested in actually trying to PVP again. There will always be more than they could have done - I've always advocated for making the time of day mean something, at least cosmetically - shopkeepers could move around, or stores could close, etc. Maybe Dalaran could employ Night Elves as their shopkeepers at night, etc. For that matter, where's my PhysX accelerated rivers/water, where's my PysX accelerated hoverboard. (Seriously - imagine for a moment that you could 'skate' down hills like in Starsiege Tribes. We'd have entire downhill racing olympics, inside WoW.)But yeah, I'm enjoying myself.
5-07-2009 @ 1:59PM
"All I heard was QQ" is internet speak for "I don't agree with you so I'm dismissing what you said instead of pointing out where it's wrong, because that's beyond me." It's what people say when they can't think of anything else.In other words, it's usually the people calling someone else's point "QQ" who are the complainers.
5-07-2009 @ 2:20PM
Ever now and again a turd floats up from the WoW forums. This is one of the floaters.
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