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1-22-2010 @ 3:03PM
I agree, sort of.While I tend to stay away from the F-bomb, My friend and I were once in an OS PuG bak in the day nad he dropped the F-bomb in Raid chat. While the F-bomb was aimed towards the boss, the raid leader kicked him almost instantly.In my experience, some people take to much offence onto online commentary. One of my "rules" is to hardly ever take anythign serious on the internet. While WoW may different with its wide variaty of age groups this rule should still hold somewhat true.If you don't like the language, turn the language filter on. If you don't like the player, /ignore them.If you can't stand the slightest F-bomb or minor curse word (such as "ass" which is typically commonly used in olde style games) then you shouldn't be playing this game in my opinion.Just my 2 cents.
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