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Posted on Thursday, July 6 @ 20:05:58 PST by Duke_Ferris
Hooked? Want to quit? Looks like there’s a support group for all you addicts now.

I never picked up the habit myself (I’m an Eve Online junkie), but I know plenty of people who neglect life, sunshine, and companionship in order to dedicate more time to WoW. People so utterly consumed with getting that Epic item, they simply forget to pee.
Well, if you manage to quit before the Burning Crusade and the subesequent maddening grind to 70, recovering addict Gary Haran can sympathize. He’s created WoW Detox, where ex-addicts can share their reasons for quitting. The often funny answers include breakups, money, other games, annoying chat, and just plain old real life.
So if WoW is ruining your life (ask your friends for an objective opinion) why not head over there and check it out? And for pete’s sake, get up and go to the bathroom sometimes. Set a timer or something.
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