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12-02-2009 @ 5:15PM
but now my friends will know I play WoW.......
12-02-2009 @ 5:33PM
My thoughts exactly. Especially considering most people on Facebook aren't really "friends" of mine. I've also found that the more corporations start to embrace social networking media, the less attractive they are to me. Maybe I'm just bitter because I don't "get" Twitter
12-02-2009 @ 5:34PM
The easy solution to that problem is to get rid of your friends.... or the game I guess (??!!)
12-02-2009 @ 5:45PM
I've already had the I Play Wow, Hearthstone, and Achieved apps on my Facebook. They already knew. Actually, i don't think anyone who didn't already know before that cares if i play WoW... ;P
12-02-2009 @ 5:52PM
I use all those apps too! :D they are cool
12-02-2009 @ 5:57PM
Hell, half the people that are "friends" on facebook are people I only know from WoW anyways. >.> OK, yeah, I'm a big nerd.
12-02-2009 @ 8:04PM
My "WoW friends" are completely and totally seperate from everything in "real life". There is one guy in my class at university that plays (2 geeks in a sports degree!) but we never talk about WoW, we play on different servers.That's in total contrast to my "Xbox friends" they are ALL people I know from school, work, childhood, university etc. and I never add someone I don't know to my list.I'm not sure why I have such a rule set, but I do and it's unlikely to change. And so things like facebook on the xbox get a thumbs up from me, I can see which of my "real friends" have xbox and I haven't added yet, whereas WoW on facebook just gets a "meh" from me.
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