Well, all I can really say is that someone put the above up in a public place where EVERYONE at my school could see. I was literally on the floor laughing to death for a good ~2 hours... For those of you who don't know, this is from this, one of the funniest WoW related things in my opinion. :): *looks around*: Chat empty?: ...: I have eaten: the plums: that were in: the icebox: and which: you were probably: saving: for breakfast: Forgive me: they were delicious: so sweet: and so cold: ;-)This did an EXTREMELY good job of "smoking out" those people at my school who play WoW, as there were about 5 others laughing with me on the floor by the end of the 2 hours. They then lost about 50% of their friends, but who's counting? (I did NOT put it up at my school. Whoever did is my hero...)
Shh! My gamer reputation is at stake here! :ONah, my friends realize that WoW is simply a hobby for my spare time. They don't judge or look at me like I'm some sort of obsessed basement-dweller.
If I'm to ask if I think someone's normal, I'd do it the other way around - are the weird? I think it's easier to say 'This guy's a bit weird' than 'this guy's totally normal', yet the lines between the two are only slightly blurred imo!But really normal = someone who isn't afraid to admit that they do what they do, and enjoy it. (Within reason ofc.)
A little necro never hurt anyone? Did it?
A little necro never hurt anyone? Did it?Worked for the Lich King. Should probably have necro-ed more.The advantage of abnormal people is that their weirdness is obvious.Whenever you see a normal person, you have to wonder what weirdness he is hiding and how bad that weirdness has to be to need to be hidden. Nobody weirder than the outwardly normal."What? My neighbour has bodies buried in the cellar and garden? Biggest and most sadistic serial killer in this state ever? But he seemed so normal!"
People that hide their interests are losers seriously.Unless your like 14 you shouldn't care what people think.Unless you are trying to impress some hot piece of ass. Even then if you start off lying and hiding from her eventually she will discover the truth!
I try not to hide my gaming habits at all. People who are looking closely at my posting history can find a picture of me playing Super Smash Bros. Melee on the big screen at my wedding.Indeed. Why pretend to be someone that you're not? :)Also, in regards to normal, Queggy got it right.
seeing as how prolific gaming has become im not surprised that normal people are actually starting to play this game sure they may not end up being steel nerved raiders or lighting fast gladiators but they can still gain a good bit of fun playing in the game with the strange collection of crazies we call a community.im not just referring to WoW's community.
I actually work in the gaming industry (though not Blizzard...yet...*crosses fingers*), so basically it's 24/7 non-stop nerdery. They hysterical thing is, more of the employees play WoW than play OUR OWN GAMES. Sure, while I'm at work I play our games on my lunch, but it just enhances how much better WoW is, IMO.I guess I'm lucky in that I can discuss one of my favorite past-times with co-workers on a daily basis, and if I wear my Dalaran University tee, no one gives me a funny look. (Not even the big boss could give me 'the stern look' that day, he was wearing the Knights of the Ebon Blade tee.)So I'd say for my group of friends and in my job, I am quite normal.
I talk to myself.It's fun =D