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9-28-2010 @ 8:13AM
I might go a bit off topic near the end, but here it goes.I use wow to keep in contact with a few friends and family, realid really helped with that, since one of my best friends moved to NH. Funny enough, to meet up and marry a girl he met on wow. So they spent a year on wow trying to get to know each other better.the sort of off topic part:WOW, also saved my ass, i was about to become homeless, and a friend of mine from wow, stepped in and provided me a home and a job when i was down on my luck.so yeah, i use wow to stay in contact with people, and other people i know do as well. I might be a rare case, but i have seen more good then bad come from wow, as far as real life intermixing.
9-28-2010 @ 9:33AM
There should be a statement that not all internet relationships end up as happy endings.I have seen two go up in smoke, and another one ruined a rl relationship.That being said, I wouldn't mind finding a woman to spend my life with through wow.
9-28-2010 @ 10:21AM
Well, there are always risks, no matter where you find a relationship. I even know of one relationship that was claimed to fail over wow, but funny enough, it was just a outlet, because there was a lot of other issues besides that, but wow made a better excuse then saying, i am cheating on my man/women. Now, that being said, i am sure there is some failed relationships out there because of wow, but i seen more gains then losses. I will put it this way, i play wow on Friday night, it cost me 15 dollars one time a month. I used to go out on Friday night, and spend 50 to 100 dollars on "fill in whatever here". so wow even saved me money. BTW, for the record, i still go out sometimes, I am not the adult in moms basement with the stained wife beater and shorts 2 times to small for me, and soda cans all over the place (u seen the movies)
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