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The Fly Part 3

I talked abt Mr Fly a while ago. Click on his name to read about it.

I really don't know how to describe this guy. He just like to imitate what I do. I mean, it is flattering that he's following the games I play, the notebook I use, the place I stay but sometimes he does it to the extreme it is beyond comprehension.

He learned about me playing World of Warcraft (WoW) months after I played the game. I was level 35 when he decided to follow the MBS friends' footsteps of playing in WoW. That's fine by me, the more the merrier, right? He was diligent with playing WoW.. levelling up all by himself. He turned away any help that we wanted to render - just soloing for what it's worth. WOW is not a a game to play solo. It is a massive multi player online game!

He's now level 35 I believe. I am 49. I didn't have much time to play due to work and life. I decided to stop the game. I cancelled my subscription and emailed all my friends that I am cancelling. Next thing I know, Mr Fly messaged me that he's cancelling his account too!

I was speechless. I mean, it's not like we play together often enough that he'll miss me when I am not around. We hardly ever play together. So why did he want to sign up, and now cancel when I cancelled?

I can understand the signing up because all of our friends are playing WoW.
I just don't understand it the cancelling part just because I decided not to continue my subscription! He has a lot of time and are usually bored. WoW is just the right game for him, to kill time, to play with his friends (since he's a loner).

If there is a definition of a stalker, that's him!

(reminds me of the movie, Single White Female... brrrrrrrrr)

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  1. only 1 reason I can think of, he is in love with you, mua ha ha ha ha ha

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