I can definitely relate to that…. most of my friends don’t care much for WoW and are aaalways talking about other stuff >.>
yes I have called ‘nerd’ more than once by my friends…that’s why I hang out with guildies more it’s kinda fun when most of them live in the same town as me
This is priceless… and I’ve done it. I’m out at the bar a couple months ago and I overhear someone say “I think I miss Karazhan”… ended up hanging out comparing raids from each expansion. 😀 Love the comics. Keep it up!
Lock’s role in Ulduar = Deeps and summoning stones
Love the comic! would rather be talking with the geeks and cats anyhow.
Yeah, it’s really hard for me NOT to mention games at some point in a conversation. And that’s why I barely have any female friends left. Oh well, sacrifices must be made!
hehe, ya mostly they can’t follow me.. and i can’t follow them at work the alway talk about bike races ><‘
My favorite yet.
Lol, I love it. Every time I talk to someone in class (still in college) are like “in my free time I go to the gym and work out or go shopping,” and I look sheepish and say “I heal Ulduar raids when I get the chance or run old world raids for sh-ts and giggles.”
i would have never even started playing if my Commander back in the army didn’t get me into it… for some reason on the game boys find it amazing that girls play wow… but in real life people look at me like I should really do something more important with my free time… i hate holiday dinners with my family the most… everyone in my family is a doctor, lawyer, Business owner, or a retired executive and the conversation always ends with, “Cora, when will you quit playing that “WoWCrack” and go find a man?” and its even worse when they ask that when my GF was nice enough to come with me across the country to meet my family… i spent one thanksgiving holiday (after i helped clean and prepare the food) at a local bar just to get away from them xD! i wish my cat would rescue me from those conversations :3
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