View Poll Results: Do you spend more time playing WoW than living?

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  • Yes! I spend more time WoWing than living!

    162 42.19%
  • No! Your a total addict and need help!

    222 57.81%
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  1. #121
    Playing WoW is living. I don't stop breathing when I play WoW.

  2. #122
    no, i don't play wow that often. i used to play more in cata, but i've become pretty casual since then. i haven't been online in the past 2 weeks because it's kind of becoming a bit boring lately. i am excited for warlords though. maybe i'll play more often then.

  3. #123
    WoW? No, gaming in general? Hell yeah, however "living life" is a dumb term imo. I love the way I spend my time, I've made many good friendships because of it and wouldn't trade it for anything.

  4. #124
    High Overlord Schockadin's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    As playing WoW is a activity which takes place in your real life, it's impossible to play more, than to live life. Playing a computer game, or reading a book... why is the first considered as just a "virtual life" activity, but the latter an accepted "real life" activity? I don't get it.

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  5. #125
    Old God vindicatorx's Avatar
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    May 2009
    Middle of Nowhere South Dakota
    Haven't logged in for several weeks no reason to do so.

  6. #126
    I wish I had that much sparetime between working/sleeping, but alas, I don't.

    Work 10 hours, sleep 8 hours, leaves 6 hours for other things, I play on average 1 hour a day, except fridays which is raid nights.

  7. #127
    Mechagnome Zippoflames's Avatar
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    Aug 2011
    Devon, England
    It took over my life far more than I should of let it, I lost tons of friends who I used to hang out with and regret it deeply,

    I have actually unsubbed for the last couple of weeks and trying to build my circle of friends again.. I still read mmo champ but mostly because im doing other things on the pc.

  8. #128
    Where is the option that says "Been there, but not anymore!".
    Warlocks get buffed ONE TIME and suddenly developers are getting fired over it...

  9. #129
    I used to, a few years ago. I still do have some crazy days sometimes, but they're fairly rare.

  10. #130
    Merely a Setback adam86shadow's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Yorkshire - England
    that survey is depressing

  11. #131
    The Undying Wildtree's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Iowa - Franconia
    Quote Originally Posted by Reyzzz View Post
    Physical addiction is real, mental addiction isn't.
    That's what you think......

    This list could be extended basically indefinitely....
    Since addiction is a mental state... What you falsely interpret are physical withdrawal symptoms some drugs causing.
    "The pen is mightier than the sword.. and considerably easier to write with."

  12. #132
    at the launch of vanilla there were some days where i spend more time playing wow than anything else, but it wasnt really to the point where i neglected friends and family more than i did before wow came out... i already played more pc games than real-lifeing before wow came out, so thats that :P

    starcraft, diablo2, warcraft 3, halo, metroid, zelda, super mario, command & conquer, dune, gta, sims, half life, heroes of might and magic, worms armageddon and so on and so forth!
    Last edited by Ghul; 2013-12-02 at 10:10 PM.

  13. #133
    Back in Wotlk it was twice the time I'm playing now - I remember getting most of the classes from 1 to 80 and going ICC at least 4 times/week aswell. WoW was partly responsible for the fact that two relationships broke apart. I've learned from that.

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