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by Adam Holisky Aug 15th 2009 at 12:00PM
"w/e teh fcuk!"I lol'ed
"now heal me."lol
So true. It never does get old. Now MOAR DOTS!!!!!!!!!!!
We were making "MOAR DOTS" jokes on Razorscale last night when the officers informed us we'd have about two weeks to get it out of our systems while actually fighting Onyxia, at which point we had to knock it off. Seems fair, I guess, but man...you're right, this never gets old. Too funny.
lol, sounds like somoene takes raiding way too seriously...oh wait...
me and my guild is already working on a parody of this. For some reason, they say when i yell due to deaths, i sound like him...I dont know why...apparently, they call me a raid nazi...
The anger is certainly out of control, but sometimes I think that -50 dkp "For not being where the fuck you were supposed to be" plan would work brilliantly for some of my raids.....especially these pesky little clouds floating around Sara.....
thats a f*cking 50 DKP minus!!!
Sadly this is exactly the kind of people i've been getting groups with. Maybe it's just bad luck, who seems to take me in, or whatever, but i've yet to be in a raid (and very, very few dungeons) where there isn't at least one like this. People really need to take a chill, it's only a game, and not serious business.
Least I have chicken...
That might have been funny without the obscenity and cussing. What is the guy 12? The profanity brought not one oodle of humor to it.
It's just English words, who cares? Do you honestly think it would have been funnier if he instead said "WHAT THE HECK WAS THAT POOP?" Do you also think that /wouldn't/ be 12 year old humor? I thought people outgrow saying 'poop' at age 8.
Are you really that sad of a person to think that cussing and obscenity are bad? Geez.
eh what fuck is cussing ?
WHO THE FCUK WAS THAT?!?!?!?!?!?!?
I just remember hearing this for the first time and crying cause I was laughing so hard.
*sigh*I guess I'm one of the few people that wish to god they could get in a guild that is run like this. Apparently somewhere in the last few years, the personal dogma of "Do it Right" is frowned upon, and "Dude, I know he messed up a bunch, but you'll hurt his feelings if you correct him. Let's just hope he does better this time" is now supremely popular.I'm not shitting on people that don't want to take it seriously, I would just like to go off in my corner, with an elitist guild, and do stuff right. Not slamming anyone, not interacting with them or tell them they're doing it wrong, just stay in my group, and make damn sure we do it right. Is that so wrong, if we don't give others shit?
1. start a guild2. name it "We Pay $15 a Month to Get Stressed Out and Yell About Inconsequential $hit"3. knock yourself out flipping your wig about whatever you want, knowing you've provided fair warning to any sane person who raids with you.
Honestly, this is not how you do it right.My guild leader doesn't flip out and start screaming about -50 DKP the way this guy does. He simply says "Well, that was terrible, we failed at clouds, the brain phases weren't right, we need to tighten that up" and you know, that's what we do. We don't coddle people, we call out errors, we just don't descend into a maelstrom of finger pointing and monkey screeching. That's no way to run a guild: you end up alienating more people than you can afford to. It's not just the guy getting reamed on vent who gets turned off from playing, soon your core raiders are "Well, I could log on and listen to Raid Lead wig out the second someone gets Flash Freeze, or I could chill out and watch a DVD" and the DVD wins, because it's too much BS and drama.Progression guilds like this inevitably disintegrate.
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