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11-23-2009 @ 9:21PM
I didn't know that both factions' symbols translated to "virgin for life". You learn something new every day.
11-23-2009 @ 9:33PM
LOLSeriously, this seems like a thing that is going to be viewed by most recipients as a mistake in well...oh, already happened.
11-23-2009 @ 9:37PM
Alliance might be, Horde looks like any other tribal symbol.The people who recognize it probably don't think "What a loser, he plays WoW, since... they could pick out the symbol"People who don't recognize it don't know what it is.I've worn my For the Horde sweater in public all the time and have gotten a lot of "What's Horde?" I typically say "A team I'm rooting for" and they go on their way. Going on a rant here, but I think people who are ashamed of any indication of being a gamer are pathetic.Downrate in 3...2...1
11-23-2009 @ 11:16PM
Dart's right. People won't see the Horde sign and think "Warcraft loser". They'll just see a tribal sign and think "regular loser". Just remember kids: 99.9% of tattoos are really lame.
11-23-2009 @ 11:24PM
@KabshielIn your opinion of course. :) People are entitled to do what they desire with their body.
11-24-2009 @ 5:56AM
Dart, you say you're proud of the game but you don't actually say "It's a faction symbol for World of Warcraft... you know, that online game." If you're not ashamed, then say something like this, not try to hide it or be comforted by the fact that only other players will recognize it.
11-24-2009 @ 11:24AM
12-02-2009 @ 5:38PM
Because everyone knows that every symbol stands for just that. I got a Forsaken crest, and it holds a deeper meaning than just the Forsaken thing or World of Warcraft in a whole. Hell, I don't even play the game anymore, but still got it. Now if someone went out and got one randomly without thinking, then I would say yeah, that is kind of sad. But in the end, it's what -that- person wants, and more power to them if they want to pull that card.
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