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I stopped playing for a bunch of reasons; the game got painfully dumb to play, lowering the barrier to success consistently to appeal to more potential customers, rather than lock in the millions they had.
They opened up server transfers and a lot of the interesting, talented players I gamed with transferred up and out; progression raiding was a job; there were interviews- stat breakdowns, try outs. They furthered their ‘careers’ as I went wide and figured out the classes; I was more interested in content and delivery than being the best-in-class
There was a lot of chop for me, with going back and forth to England, & attempting to split the account with my ex wasn’t a priority, so I let it go.
Lastly, WOTLK wrapped up the main campaign elements that I’d been looking for since playing the original RTS games. The following expansion didn’t interest me, and MOP seemed too little too late.
TL;DR - the game and my involvement in it peaked at the same time. I stayed after for my friends, and then they drifted out. I miss it, like I miss b.com at it’s peak. I get the feeling I’m losing these immersive and fascinating experiences and not replacing them with anything. It upsets me and makes me feel old.
fun date idea: Go down on me while I shop online with ur credit card
Man Perks : No pressure to wear makeup to be “acceptable”
Man Problems : No makeup to cover up my fucking ugly face.
Why? We shame Drinkers and Smokers for their piss-poor health decisions, we shit all over fringe lunatic dieters when they eat nothing but weird fruit for a month and then fall down. We shame addicts when their skin gets fucked up and their teeth go to hell. There’s a massive movement to recover the expense of treating smokers and drinkers through targeted taxation. but you cant tax food like that, so what you have left is social coercion.
So, Im sorry, but no. There arent exceptions : you make choices, you reap consequences. You dont like the consequences? make different choices.
sometimes I wish I were better at making friends so I’d have someone to cook for other than just me and my girl. The internet lets you be picky, and its spoiled me for putting up with regular people.
every-time I throw out leftover ingredients I feel like an unlikable hermit. Everytime we dont go to a party I breathe a little sigh of relief inside because UGH explaining that I dont follow sports again just leaves this empty soulsucking pause in the conversation.
I miss warcraft. the game got stupid but honestly Burning Crusade and WOTLK made me happy, social, and got me through some terrible depression.
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