As I mentioned in an earlier post I'm currently on the World of Warcraft diet. Well, I'm not actually on the diet right now because it's the holidays and it's impossible to diet during the holidays, but soon I will be back on the World of Warcraft diet. (Yes, I know that the bag of Butterfinger bars were in your stocking. However, you made the fatal mistake of leaving them at home when you went to work. Really, what did you think was going to happen?)
Sometimes, when McKenzie is taking a nap and Samantha is watching Elmo, I'll sneak in 30 minutes of Warcraft. Inevitably, at some point, Sam will come up to look at the screen. My current character, a hunter, has a tiger that runs around with her everywhere she goes. Sam is a big fan of the tiger. She likes to see the tiger jump and she likes to see the tiger run.
Currently, my character is trying to level up her leatherworking skill. This means she is running around and killing creatures that provide leather. One of them is a stag, which to Sam, looks like a reindeer.
I often wonder how many other players in the game have to stop what they're doing so they can explain to their three-year-old daughter why the big beautiful tiger is killing the reindeer.