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11-05-2010 @ 3:16PM
I'm not super sure why, exactly, he gave out his Real ID in the first place. Even though he indicated that he occasionally likes to hang out with this guy, it seems a little odd to give what's basically your in-game cellphone number to someone you also find annoying.It's like when you accidentally give the guy you know likes you, but you don't really like him back, your cell number, and then he texts and calls you all the time. You only make that mistake once, usually.I tend to consider my Real ID like my cellphone, though maybe it's a comparison that doesn't work for everyone. If I just randomly meet people and they seem interesting, I'll add them on Facebook, because if I need/want to I can easily ignore them. My cell number I typically only give out to people I enjoy spending time around/talking to the majority of the time, as opposed to 'sometimes, when I'm in a particular mood.'
11-05-2010 @ 3:55PM
He just delete him and tell him he deleted all his RealID friends for security reasons or something, I did it with a dude that was extremely annoying and who didn't give me any peace in any of my alts. Worked like a charm and now I can just disappear and not hear from him at all. It's great
11-05-2010 @ 4:41PM
he should* just delete him..wtb edit button.
11-05-2010 @ 6:31PM
Yeah, the only people I have given my RealID to is my two fellow GM's for our cataclsym guild. That is it. None others. I have known them for almost a year.If one of my best friends start playing, I will give it to her.Everyone else I say 'sorry, I am really careful about my realID. I have over 100 people on my friends list, but only 2 realid friends. lol. They are also people I know outside the game!'
11-07-2010 @ 1:26AM
I'm willing to bet he has over 500 Facebook friends too...
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