RL slipups

My real life wow slipups for the last month or so:

  • I told a friend at the markets that I was searching for the ‘small rug vendor’ (instead of saying I was looking for the stall that sold carpets.)
  • I said that I wasn’t compatible with Taurens because I was an Aquarian as a brush off (when I meant the Taurus star sign) err speaking of ‘taurens’ I just googled that word to check the spelling and got the most disturbing image O_o I clicked on it because it looked like nice art, dear god my poor visually inclined brain it burns.
  • I did the “I don’t have the matts for that” mistake in regards to cooking talk
  • I told a work mate they had an incoming (when I meant to indicate they had a patron waiting.)
  • I have said lol instead of laughing (blame that on a fellow wow playing work mate – her language is rubbing off on me.)
  • Had an incredibly nerdy conversation with said work mate to do with wow related software, hardware and the like in front of a workplace info tech service support guy, who dubbed us both far more “computer geek” than himself.
  • I said I ‘had to hearth’ when I meant I have to go home now.
  • I wrote lvl instead of level in an official work document and confused half dozen committee members.

…and all this probably indicates I need to log in and actually play – haven’t really been online for a week prior to the respec and BGs.


About Bytes

Returning wow player, one of those elderly burnt out ex-officer types. My current main is a Hunter (MS the under-dog talent tree Beast Master), but thats shifting back to hybrid Shaman. Together with my virtual cat I battle evil, kick butt and take names.
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2 Responses to RL slipups

  1. Telrunya & Sanders says:


  2. silvergirl2010 says:

    Oh sweet – I’m totally using the “I have to hearth” line, that’s awesome. Either WoW hasn’t made it into my real life or it has and I haven’t noticed and I’m confusing everyone around me – including the poor South Korean kiddies I teach!

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