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11-11-2010 @ 4:26PM
Personally, I never had much use for most of the "cutesy" ones. There was one exception though.I never knew the name of it, but our healers used to use it back in TBC where they would have the healer say some silly stuff when they rezzed somebody. It was usually good for a few laughs as we waited for our healers to rez everyone after a near wipe.
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