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6-29-2010 @ 11:03AM
I understand your reaction, but I think you took it the wrong way. The friendly verbal jousting between the couple is actually funny and very real-world. You should hear my better half and I during a 'friendly' game of Spades or Euchre, the verbal repartee would make you think blood would spill or want to make you sniff your drink to check for slow-working poisons.Remember, she's deep-south Alabama sweetness: the definition of high-carbon steel covered in praline. **"Do you find that disagreements in game become a little more rancorous between you two as a couple than between unrelated players?"We have never argued and aren't gonna start arguing with each other in the game**Sounds like they are a couple having a great time doing something they love together. Now, if I could only convince my hun to roll a tank...
6-29-2010 @ 11:05AM
wtb edit button :(Above was a reply to 'Swifteye'
6-29-2010 @ 11:49AM
"...she's deep-south Alabama sweetness: the definition of high-carbon steel covered in praline. "Brilliant. /applause
6-29-2010 @ 1:49PM
I haven't had a lot of experiences with Alabama, but there isn't much about the deep south I would characterize as "high-carbon steel". Most of it varies from "rusty heap" to "tub of lard"...of course, since I spend more time playing WoW than I probably should, I'd have to characterize myself similarly (rusting project in the driveway, 15 lbs I should lose)...
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