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6-12-2010 @ 9:28PM
@Pyromelter - I just think it's silly to look at a pair of girls who obviously spent one afternoon at most on their outfits and expect people to cheer for them as if they did something special. That sea of guys wearing t-shirts doesn't raise ire because they've decided to not get dressed up, which is fine. The issue isn't that the girls decided to dress up, it's that their minimal effort basically presents them as having more interest in getting attention for having cute bodies than actually wanting to share a costume they spent time putting together. THAT is annoying, THAT is tacky and whether or not it's the truth THAT is what they are representative of. Love everyone and be nice regardless of everything is a lovely thought, but in the real world how you choose to present yourself is what all first impressions of you will be based on.@Ambermist - Any woman who wants to dress scantily is welcome to, but there is a wealth of non-skimpy female armor options in the game for those who would prefer the focus to be on the costume instead of their figure. Dressing up in a skimpy costume is a choice, not a forced situation.
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