Seems like what most people really mean is that if it's red to you, you have a * holy &^%! /gasp* moment followed by a decision based on their level.
Revised statement: If it's red AND either GREEN or GREY to me based on my awesome level, then yeah..it's so dead. If it's yellow then...IT'S ABOUT TO GET INTERESTING IN HERE!" >=D
“For the Horde!”
“For the Alliance!”
You mean to tell me you don't play both or haven't ever even wanted to? Please explain, because I know everyone's different and you should play whatever you want but playing on both sides adds depth to this game for me. I like seeing the different starting zones, appreciating different racials, how both sides experience MoP ....and Alliance / Horde exclusive mog items :D Very cool.
“You're bad!! BADDY!!!”
Doesn't that just mean they don't comfortably know their class/spec? Or maybe they need better keybinds? It's like when someone says you are stupid because you don't know something when the issue is not in fact your intelligence or capacity to learn, but rather, the fact that you haven't learned it yet or are rusty, nervous, etc.
Why do people throw these kinds of phrases around? I am going on the record as saying that I hate them. I HATE THEM!!!!!!!
Do you say things like these? Why or why not? What do they mean to you? Any annoying phrases going around that you can think of?
Side note: I am not great at pvp (because I don't practice enough/ make time to practice), been ganked only a few times while leveling Alliance so far, and have total performance anxiety sometimes which makes me do dumb things (certain people are particular triggers for me). Getting better but still...so yeah, maybe this is a bit personal...but I see this all the time, not just with me.