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5-14-2010 @ 2:54PM
I am a wife. . .(boo hiss, yes I know, killer of all that is fun. . . ) but, I am also a WoW geek. (I understand that makes me a hot chick in certain circles? LOL) My husband-to-be turned me on to WoW a little over a year ago as a way that we could relax and spend some time together. We've made several "toon couples" that we even take on little rp dates and have great adventures together. And, for those times that we don't want to play together, we have solo toons. When we got married in real life, our guild even threw us a wedding online! It was all very sweet and fun! WoW has turned into a family pastime, with both my sons also having their own toons. My only issue with WoW is when it conflicts with things we need to do in RL. I can't raid on school nights with the guild, for example, until after the kids are in bed so I don't hold them up. On those weekend mornings that we have errands to run, play-time is put off until afterwards. Sometimes Hubby would rather be the "teenager" and play, and I have to be the "kill-joy." But, when it's all over, I'll gladly join him and the guild killing bosses in Nax and ICC.
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