Everyday I’m Spam Invitin’

I had just logged onto my Druid when a Hunter named Nikoli, from the Drak’Thul realm, invited me to a group. I refused… but they kept spamming the damn things.

My request for them to stop was, as you can see, ignored; I put them on ignore as a result.

They’re a ‘spineless prick’ because, despite me giving them a chance to, they never once explained why they wanted me in a group. Common WoW etiquette is to talk to someone before you invite them, yet this person clearly didn’t know that.

So, the Hunter vanishes, then a Druid from the same realm suddenly appears and invites me? Yeah, nice try mate.

I don’t know what the fuck this person’s problem was, but who cares?

At the end of the day, it’s another twat on my ever-expanding ignore list, and another update for this blog.

(This story is filed under ‘Trolling’ because if spamming party invites isn’t trolling, I don’t know what is.)

Lilshaw? More Like Lilsore!

BOOM, UPDATE OUTTA NOWHERE!

I was standing around on my Priest when all of a sudden, a Rogue named Lilshaw uses the /chicken emote on me. I was curious as to why this was the case, so I asked them why… only to immediately regret it.

Wow, someone got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!

Since when did BadBoy_Levels block duels? I wasn’t even aware of that being a feature.

Five times? Pfft, yeah right, pal; I’ll tell you why that’s bullshit in a bit.

I’d put the stupid prick on ignore by this point, hence why there are no more replies. Unless, of course, they were trying desperately to look up better insults than ‘faggot.’

I’d seen Lilshaw dueling other people in Goldshire, and then acting high and mighty when they won. So, I added them to my blacklist, which blocked the two – not five – requests they sent.

But whatever, I still got the last laugh.

I fucking told you you’d end up on here, you moron; perhaps this will teach you not to start shit with random people for no reason, hmm?

Taken Out Of Context

I actually decided to tank a Legion HC dungeon on Navitas, so I queued for a Random; the fact there was a Call To Arms on tanks had nothing to do with my decision to do it.

Anyway, I ended up in Neltharion’s Lair with a Monk named Aurimi as my healer. Although, when the dungeon loaded, they had already gone ahead and aggored the first couple of mob packs. I guess they thought they were the tank for a moment.

Anyway, the Hunter of the group has a pet which keeps using Growl; I have an addon that tells me this, and reports it to chat.

I’m not going to say anything else now, because the screenshots speak for themselves.

Yeah, ’nuff said.

/facepalm

Another Dose Of Salt

I had just logged into my Druid when I was suddenly sent a whisper from a priest named Barbarian, who was on the same realm as me:

First of all, you are accusing me of swearing at you by calling me a ‘fukin noob?’ All right then, looks like I had better file this one under ‘Hypocrisy.’

Seriously though, I had no idea who in the hell this person was.

I got fed up with this crap, put the person on ignore and then thought that was the end of it.

I was wrong; they hounded me on EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER of mine that I logged into. It was as though they were doing a /who on my guild to see which character I was on. Eventually, after the umpteenth time, I logged into my Warlock to do a /who of my own.

I put Barbarian on ignore the second I logged in, just to be on the safe side.

Wait, Bridgeburners? Where have I heard that guild name be—

Oh. My. GOD. It can’t be… Flip, can it?

I am going to assume that it must have been; Flip is the only member of that guild I have ever had the misfortune of meeting. Yet, our first meeting was in APRIL; has Flip really been harbouring a grudge against me for that long, just waiting for an opportunity to start shit once more? If so, then that’s a whole new level of pathetic.

Flip needs to lighten the fuck up and find a new hobby, as World of Warcraft is clearly stressing them out; might I suggest they try League of Legends?

From what I’ve heard, their player base is equally as salty, so they should fit right in.