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2-09-2012 @ 8:07AM
I love talking in PuGs, personally!Maybe I've just been INSANELY lucky, but I have yet to run into a single person who actively expresses disdain with my chattiness (e.g. "Shut up and DPS", etc). I have occasionally been met with silence (and have taken the hint to just be quiet), but far more often than not, I get people laughing and being chatty back.More often than not I am the first to say something, and it's usually something goofy, and as people begin to chuckle and chat it's almost as if you can hear a collective sigh of apprehension-turned-relief.Why, just yesterday morning I randomed into HoT, then WoE, then HoT again... while the healer was afk for a couple minutes for a bio emergency, I said "So I did HoT and WoE this morning, was expecting a quick End Time to pop before bed (I work graveyard), but instead I get HoT with its forty minutes of RP again... I call shenanigans! :p"Turned out the tank worked graveyard shift too, so we had something to talk about, and now I have a new person to do stuff with in the morning when queue times are notoriously long! ^_^To make a long story short (which is completely and utterly pointless by now), I've had plenty of luck with my tendency to speak freely in PuGs, and I don't plan to stop anytime soon!
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