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Many of your kin in the community have taken up an educational, albeit humorous game within the Twitter space. If you're up for taking your Warcraft-related analyses and crafting some clever subject lines for those assertions, I invite you to join in here. Let's hear your fake Warcraft thesis.
You can also join the ongoing Twitter conversation. We're featuring some of our favorite #FakeWarcraftThesis tweets here: http://twitter.com/#!/search/%23fakewarcraftthesis%20from%3Awarcraft
It's just good fun, friends. That's why we're all here.
One of my favorites floating around was "Leap of Faith: Understanding the methods by which religion and prayer in fantasy settings can move real people"
I came up with:
Mirror Image: A Study on Narcissism Among Blood Elf Mages.
The Plate Bikini: Biological Evidence of Higher Skin Resilience Among Females in Fantasy Environments
Fluffy, What Happened?: The sociological effects of EHPS (Emotionless Hunter Pet Syndrome).
Many old schoolers, including myself, don't use twitter.
Is there a way we can still discuss this Zarhym? It seems fun. Or better yet, could we reply here on this thread with our thoughts on this subject?
Edited by Clovyn on 10/4/2011 2:02 AM PDT
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