Destro lock. Usually typed by people who play warlock.
Anyone who misspells the name of the location they are currently at. Your location is on your screen, giving you the correct spelling right in your face. How do you screw that up?
"What do you consider to be your greatest fault?"
"I don't think honesty is a fault."
"I don't care what you think."
Nothing, I have better things to do then to care enough about people's spelling to be annoyed by it, esp in gen/trade.
pandarian, pandarians, panderens mists of pandaland. '
its just pandaren and mists of pandaria is shorter than mists of pandaland so is it really that hard to remember pandaria?
"I could care less."
Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Some of the spelling issues mentioned are the regional spelling differences.
ie Drive thru or Drive Through? Both are correct, but some parts of the world will spell this differently.
i actually never paid much attention to trade chat, but id definately have to agree that the "rouge" was one of the more common spelling mistakes i seen on forums and stuff
Anytime someone asks for a summons instead of a summon I want to strangle that person. You want a summon. A summons is what you get when you are ordered to appear in front of a judge. You usually don't want to get a summons.
Humans are the only species on the planet smart enough to be this stupid.
Rouge is a bat, not a class in WoW.
If you truly believe that, Blizzard, show me you mean it. Because WoD didn't show me.As long as players are happy and enjoy the game, the team doesn't mind extreme peaks and valleys. They just want to ensure you have a great experience and feel like you got your money's worth.
People who type like this: "hai in4b trollz" Silly nerds.
My fork and I would love to stab everyone using "derp" on a daily basis.
rouge, your in the place of you're and que instead of queue.
The first one is sometimes just a typo. The best way to see your is when ppl tell somebody "your an idiot." With que ppl often don't know what que, queue or cue mean.
Beware of the man who works hard to learn something, learns it, and finds himself no wiser than before... He is full of murderous resentment of people who are ignorant without having come by their ignorance the hard way. -Kurt Vonnegut, "Cat's Cradle"