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6-16-2009 @ 8:48AM
Good to see there are no members of the alliance stupid enough to get a faction tattoo >_<Good god..
6-16-2009 @ 8:56AM
I was thinking the EXACT same thing.
6-16-2009 @ 10:30AM
I was about to reply with: "But there is that one of the Sprite Darter", but then realized this was probably a Horde player who just really wanted that pet when they couldn't have one.
6-16-2009 @ 10:40AM
Nah, just no members of the alliance old enough to get a tattoo.
6-16-2009 @ 10:56AM
@AlchemistMerlin: In terms of retorts, that one is right up there with 'well, I might have gonorrhea, but at least I don't have syphilis!'
6-16-2009 @ 2:13PM
Yeah, faction pride is clearly overrated.FOR THE HORDE!I'm pretty sure the people with these tattoos were already considering one, and you may aswell have a tattoo that describes you instead of generic skull #312.
6-16-2009 @ 1:57PM
I'm generally against stupid tattoos that you will regret when you hit 40, but on some certain level I can see WoW tattoos. WoW has been out for over 4 years, as long as most peoples college experience (ignoring those who move on for their Masters/PhD). Some people get tattoos to memorialize life-experiences, I have one memorializing college and all the experiences from that time.Some people are REALLY into the game, and feel the same, so there is no problem really there. WoW has been strangely influential to lots of people. People made friends through it, met their future SOs, wasted huge amounts of time in the fictional universe. Really it is no dumber than the moron I once met with a Nike logo on her arm, or the legions of people with band names tattooed on them. Actually, it is probably more sensible. I personally wouldn't mind getting a small horde tattoo (or the troll faction crest) someplace discreet. Its pretty low on my list of priorities though.
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