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2-02-2010 @ 12:13AM
If you're a college/highschool student, you likely have 300+ friends because you add most of the people you KNOW. Not just the ones you hang out with. I have 10 or 15 people that I hang out with on a regular basis, and the majority of them know that I play WoW. But I really don't need the other 280 people I know aware of this fact.This is sort of like being part of the stereotypical "chess club" at school. There really isn't anything wrong with playing chess, or even board games in general for that matter. But in the same way that the chess team is often considered "nerdy" or "geeky", playing World of Warcraft doesn't exactly reflect high social standing among peers.
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