While minding my own business in Goldshire one day on my DK, I was invited to a group at random by a Hunter called Graysh. So, I decline the invite, but Graysh didn’t like that:
As you can see, he must be a kid, because he’s bypassing the Mature Language Filter. But anyway, he’s starting to rage simply because I declined his group invite.
He’s calling me a cunt because I declined his invite. But now he’s acting like one by getting all mad and raging at people. Ergo, hypocrite.
He said ‘cunt’ … and given his attitude, he is acting like one. HY-PO-CRITE.
He’s getting confused now. I’m raging? Who’s calling who names here?
Finally, someone is on my side in one of these pointless arguments.
Now he’s playing the Age Card. *sigh*
Why do arguments like this always end up with someone playing the Age Card?
No, a ‘pro’ is someone who makes vast amounts of money in their chosen career. Such as professional Counter-Strike players making money in tournaments. A ‘nerd’ is someone who knows everything about their chosen pasttime. Such as a WoW player knowing Deathwing’s middle name or something.
But, Wideload … if we argue via whisper, which is a one-to-one basis, how can you ignore us? I think someone got confused there. Also, I’m now tackling Graysh on his cowardice regarding the MLF.
I only said all that so I could imagine what Grasyh would have seen: “You %^&*ing dum%^&* %^&*-for-brains %^&*tard %^&*%.” Or something along those lines at least. Also, why is Wideload getting involved?
Just as well, because Graysh ran into the inn and logged out. And that was the end of that.