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1-07-2011 @ 8:28AM
When I started working at a restaurant a few years back, there was another girl also working there, who - well, let's just say that she was so completely opposite to me that I didn't really bother getting to know her. She was obsessed with girly pop music, glittery things, make up, clothes and anything and everything that could be coloured pink. She even dyed her hair pink once. Now, I - the solitary, bookworm, somewhat gothic and Renaissance-obsessed girl I am - didn't really enjoy working with her. I felt, of course, obliged to add her onto Facebook along with the rest of my colleagues.It wasn't until a week or so after I left that job, that she popped up on Facebook remarking on my WoW feed announcing that another toon had hit 80, asking with surprise how long I had played. It turned out that she was also a WoW player - not only that, but Horde, and a hunter too. And one of the best endgame raiders on her server, no less. People never stop being surprising.
1-07-2011 @ 12:00PM
Talk about a surprise :)Guess she's like a guy in my guild - he's very good at what he does, an officer and so on. He won't let the rest of the world know though, that he's a gaming geek. Saddens me, hehehe.
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