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7-26-2010 @ 8:30AM
I myself met my boyfriend over WoW when I was living in WI and he in SC. We've been together a year and a half now and WoW is still our main way that we connect. I've since moved home to the UK (due to the recession, lost my house, belongings and crushingly had to leave my daughter with my ex-husband) and it's very, very hard for me to see him or any of my family members (such as my 5yr old daughter) without the great expense of a trans-atlantic plane ticket. Even though my daughter does not play WoW due to her being too young, I keep in constant contact with my boyfriend as we find that we can hang out a little in the evening when he comes home from work. We've both been playing for several years (him since the beginning of BC, me since the beta) and we both get frustrated and bored with this game from time to time. But I will never forget that it helped me to find him in the first place and it helps to keep us in touch. Since then, we've added Facebooks and weekly phone calls into our repertoire...but it always comes back down to WoW. Now, I'm just hoping WoW will still be around when my daughter is old enough to play...haha.
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