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4-15-2010 @ 9:59AM
4-15-2010 @ 10:04AM
Does not compute
4-15-2010 @ 10:45AM
Whats the deal with this XYZ-thing?/Noob in need of illumination.
4-15-2010 @ 11:04AM
@Kyrro it's just another lame interwebs meme. For example someone would say "X sounds awesome, Y sounds terrible and I'm not sure about Z". It's trying to find humor in being very broad/general/generic etc. People are using it now in place of claiming "FIRST!" for a first post on a blog comment section. Back on topic: THAT MOUNT WILL ME MINE MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA
4-15-2010 @ 11:21AM
A lot of the time when wow.com posts are going up as their being edited, they have a placeholder that basically has a generic X goes here, Y goes here, Z goes here format. This has been happening a lot recently with the new class previews.Commentors saying things like, "I like X, but I'm not so sure about Y and Z," was kind of funny the first time, but as it gets repeated and overused, it's become rather stale, and has even started to become a new replacement for "FIRST!"
4-15-2010 @ 12:36PM
"WoW players try to force on the internet"?!?!?Like there's some sort of discussion in-game about which WoW term we're going to try and make happen next? XYZ didn't come from WoW. Neither did "do want" or a number of memes. I don't like them any more than you do, but get your facts straight. The internet does plenty of pushing of memes on it's own with or without WoW players.
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