Sep 2nd 2009 7:40AM Nah what I'm saying is that playing this game carries a lot of stigma, therefore making an announcement to everyone you know that you've completed 10,000 quests or that you are now a grand master alchemist isn't the most advisable thing to do socially. Say you're doing something of equivalent use to WoW, such as looking at porn or scratching your crotch, it doesn't mean that it's a good idea to announce it to your coworkers and family. As far as the getting laid part goes, here is an experiment you could try: Go to the park and strike up a conversation with any remotely attractive person there. I'm not saying that you should only talk to a bunch of gorgeous bimbos or anything, just talk to people who look relatively together. About 5 minutes into the conversation, tell them that you spend 24 hours a week attempting to kill monsters with a gnome so that you can steal their magical pants and fight bigger monsters. Most interesting people will be put off by this. WoW and the internet are great and fun, but announcing that you spend a lot of time on either doing less than useful things reflects poorly on your character. Also as far as dumping baggage goes, you're the one who just blurted out that you're trying to conceive, that the opposite of Warcraft is sports, and bitching about societal norms with smug "quotation marks"
Sep 2nd 2009 12:57AM This is an amazing development in "not getting laid" technology. Before this came out I was just going to cut my dick off, but now I can pretty much do the same thing with this app!
Apr 24th 2009 3:14PM My favorite big things are all the faction leaders who have mysteriously become double the normal size for their race. Why is Thrall ten feet tall?
Apr 14th 2009 2:48AM It must be hard for you to type with a dick in your mouth