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Ugh… Butters, go buy World of Warcraft, install it on your computer, and join the online sensation before we all murder you!

I have been playing too much World of Warcraft. Way way way too much. Like, all day sometimes. I’m not the only one in this house. 

So we have a new rule. For three hours, after we are up AND dressed (it’s not always necessary to get dressed when one is playing WoW all day.) we have to do all the things we need to do, that WoW is keeping is us from doing. Now, for the most part, I have been doing pretty well on keeping the house neat. Until the last couple of days, dishes were done at least once a day. Bed has been made every day, except the day before yesterday. Floors and couch vacuumed of kitten hair, bathroom clean and littler box scooped. But it’s starting to slip.
Today is the first day of the new rule, which is in effect Monday thru Friday. The goals are different for each of us. I do not, yet, need to look for a job. However, I have lost touch with almost all my friends. That makes me lonely. So while chatting and emailing and such are on my list of things to work on, they really are not on Wil’s. He doesn’t have this problem. 
These are the things I plan to work on, in my 3 hours:
  • Housework
  • Blogging
  • Blog redesign
  • Reading and commenting on other bolgs
  • Facebook, chatting and email to stay in touch with friends and family
  • Writing in general
  • Meal planning

Anything that is not WoW. Watching tv and playing with iPhone are not allowed either. I’ve been chatting with Fee for a while. My fingers are tired. 

Of course, when the Sims 3 comes out in 3 weeks, the Rule might have to go to hell. 

5 thoughts on “Ugh… Butters, go buy World of Warcraft, install it on your computer, and join the online sensation before we all murder you!

  1. Chris says:

    Signs you’re playing too much WoW:
    – On your birthday you say “Ding!”
    – You refer to your real-world self as your alt.
    – In real-life you say LOL instead of laughing.
    – You try Feigning Death to drop husband/wife aggro.

  2. dear wow freak,
    I am responding to your comment on my blog by commenting on your blog. I’m very modern. I am paralyzed with moving fear and have the numbers of moving companies on a piece of paper in front of me but am unable to call due to my phone line currently being tied up by long distance Japan crisis calls. I am aiming to be in Vancouver by maybe June 20. I am hoping to win the lottery so that I can hire one of those fancy companies to come in here with their fancy moving people and do all the packing for me. I cannot bear to get rid of my books, but books are heavy, and long distance moves are done by weight. Montreal to Vancouver seems like a retarded long distance and I am freeeeeeeeaking out.
    FOIM (freaking out in montreal for the acronymly challenged.)

  3. air says:

    You guys should come over for dinner some day soon. But not this weekend.. as we are super busy, AND I’m going to the Olympia Spa in Lynwood for the first time on MONDAY…

  4. Hey, it’s you! My reader hasn’t showed me any new posts from you in a long time. Guess I should have checked my blogroll, but I never look at it. Then again, maybe you were trying to avoid me, in which case, SUCKA! Found you!
    WoW, intervention?

  5. mj says:

    I really haven’t been playing all that much. To be honest at the end (once you have some decent gear from raids) it gets dull enough that you only log in for events.
    Maybe that’s just me though :).

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