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5-18-2010 @ 9:03AM
When I'm on my resto druid and somebody asks for recount (which doesn't much happen at 80 anymore, thank goodness) I always post the healing meters. This causes me to be at the top and the dps at the bottom, which almost always causes the dps who asked for meters to wail, 'I'm at the bottom??? Whaaa! Your meter's broken!"This is especially hilarious when leveling up healers and running into recount addicts during deadmines (or any other lowbie or mid-level instance). When said dps figures out I've posted the healing meters I always act innocently surprised. "You want to see dps? For heaven's sake, why? Who cares about dps?"
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