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11-02-2009 @ 3:05PM
Man, I cannot imagine having to have played BC for almost a year longer than the rest of the world.
11-02-2009 @ 9:48PM
Its ok but really f***ing annoying seriously....Everyone has full T6 or S4/S3 =(( Sometimes China really...really sucks...We want WOLK now! QQ
11-03-2009 @ 4:11AM
Sorry to rub it in... but I'm in China now, although I play on a US server, and not only do you guys not have WoTLK over here, but you don't have Facebook, Blogger, Myspace, Wordpress, YouTube, Taco Bell, or clean air...But I do enjoy Dim Sum :)
11-03-2009 @ 4:30AM
I do believe that we don't have twitter either, or is that just me?
11-03-2009 @ 9:23AM
"but you don't have Facebook, Blogger, Myspace, Wordpress, YouTube, Taco Bell, or clean air..."Sign me up for that.
11-03-2009 @ 8:51AM
They got the red book, they got the new lookThe little people that are living in ChinaThey got the answers to all the questionsThe little people that are living in ChinaThe solution is revolutionFor all the little people that are living in ChinaThey got ping pong, egg foo yungThe little people that are living in China-- Men Without Hats, "Living in China"
11-03-2009 @ 12:56PM
@travisI'm kind of amazed that people are more concerned by China not having any (anti)social network than human right or not having a taco bell rather than having over half the population live on one meal a day. (Of course the middle class wow players over there don't care either)Here's a solution for you if you miss taco bell: Put cooking oil in a pan had some butter to fry. Had 1 cup of salt. Once everything is fried piss in the pan to add flavor and enjoy.@artifexRevolution is a thing of the past, this is 2009. Now a day people "revolt" by QQing on their facebook status. And since in china there is no facebook..
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