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#1 Dec 19 2006 at 8:15 AM Rating: Good
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The title says it all. I'm wondering what font the World of Warcraft chat boxes uses. I ask this because I'd like to throw in some foreign language words when playing on an RP realm to add the hint of an accent to my character's speech. Thus, I'd like to know what kind of characters are available, and what font to look at for the appropriate keybinds for said characters. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
#2 Dec 19 2006 at 9:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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To the best of my knowledge, WoW uses a sans-serif Arial font. I doubt that the hotkeys to the character map will work, but I'm sure there's a way to add foreign characters into chat. Your best bet is to play around with the chat options, or use the help command.
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#3Skywizardthelegendary, Posted: May 19 2013 at 10:35 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Arial is a rip off of Helvetica.
#4 May 19 2013 at 11:06 AM Rating: Excellent
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How the hell was THIS the post you decided to dig up?

Whatever, this post is now about Watermelon.
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Watermelons are so 2003, Kiwi fruit are where its at this year.
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#6 May 19 2013 at 11:19 AM Rating: Excellent
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Kiwi fruit are frickin' stupid.

I mean, first of all, they aren't just Kiwis, they're Kiwi FRUIT.

Second of all, their plural of kiwi fruit doesn't even follow the normal conventions of "fruit."

Third, you need to skin them to eat them, but skinning them inevitably takes half the fruit with it.

In conclusion, unless I'm being served them by the help, I don't want no kiwi fruit.
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Gotta love 1-post wonders who decide to necro a random 6 and a half year old thread with a one-liner that has pretty much nothing to do with the actual OP.
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Gotta love 1-post wonders who decide to necro a random 6 and a half year old thread with a one-liner that has pretty much nothing to do with the actual OP.

THIS POST WAS NOT ABOUT MELON. Smiley: madSmiley: madSmiley: mad
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Third, you need to skin them to eat them, but skinning them inevitably takes half the fruit with it.
Only if you fail at peeling.
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Since Bijou is Blind, what would that make Digg. Since he cant peel a Kiwi without removing most of the fruit too? :P
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#11 May 20 2013 at 4:17 AM Rating: Good
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Psh, I'm not a daredevil. I use a peeler for those things, not a pairing knife.
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The weather is warming up and I see lots of melons around Beijing. Most aren't very large, but they're compact, taut and well rounded. I've also been thinking about beer a lot. Smiley: nod
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The weather is warming up and I see lots of melons around Beijing. Most aren't very large, but they're compact, taut and well rounded. I've also been thinking about beer a lot. Smiley: nod


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At least the conversation hasn't started focusing on peaches.
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Peaches are delicious and you can go to hell.
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I really could have gone the day without that stuck in my head. Happily.
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I really could have gone the day without that stuck in my head. Happily.

I couldn't have. Go go high-school flashbacks!

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Peaches are delicious and you can go to hell.
What, you don't like the innuendo? Also, yes, peaches are delicious.
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Seriously GA you have a picture for everything.
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#23 May 20 2013 at 7:37 PM Rating: Excellent
<3 peaches.
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Now I can't wait for peach season...
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Kiwi fruit are frickin' stupid.

I mean, first of all, they aren't just Kiwis, they're Kiwi FRUIT.

Second of all, their plural of kiwi fruit doesn't even follow the normal conventions of "fruit."

Third, you need to skin them to eat them, but skinning them inevitably takes half the fruit with it.

In conclusion, unless I'm being served them by the help, I don't want no kiwi fruit.


ok this is wrong on many levels.

1) you would fall in love with a kiwi accent, ie some one from new zealand
2) fruit joke, too easy not going there. xoxoxoxo hi dig Smiley: laugh
3) you can eat the skin. i do when i eat them, its good n flavorful n texture fun in your mouth
4) you wish you had help, i do as well but we can dream

in conclusion dig would love kiwi fruit if he tried it. he should try them. i think he would like them.

not sure how this relates to melons but i think it does. i might be drunk.
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#26 May 23 2013 at 3:43 AM Rating: Excellent
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Now I can't wait for peach season...


sweet, juicy and light on the hair

i also love a peach
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Seriously GA you have a picture for everything.


i have browsed his pics and used them on occasion.

like so

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#28 May 23 2013 at 8:39 AM Rating: Good
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Eating a kiwi's skin is vile.
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This is from that night in Auckland you refuse to tell anyone about isn't it?
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#30 May 23 2013 at 9:14 AM Rating: Good
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Please, like I'd go anywhere that close to Australia. Do I look like I want to die?
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Australia is about as close as you can get to getting the Warcraft giant scorpion mount in real life.
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I'd grind rep for a Kangaroo mount.
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I'd grind rep for a Kangaroo mount.

And then it would beat you to death, because Kangaroos are gigantic @#%^s.

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#34 May 23 2013 at 11:43 AM Rating: Good
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That comic doesnt show the dangers of Drop bears either. Those things are fricken viscous, they drop out of the trees and rip you up with pretty nasty claws.
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WTF IS A DROP BEAR? HOW MANY MORE MURDEROUS THINGS IS AUSTRALIA HIDING?

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DAMN YOU.

Also, I'll never understand how everything in Australia can kill you... but then they have these things:

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If I was the only one bored at work, I could have been saved the indignity.
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WTF IS A DROP BEAR?
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It's kinda furry and cute. That's a bad sign right?
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It's kinda furry and cute. That's a bad sign right?
It usually is.
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Can we make a thread with no words only using GA's pictures? Im sure we could have a very strange and wonderful conversation.
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Can we make a thread with no words only using GA's pictures? Im sure we could have a very strange and wonderful conversation.


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Also Its cheating that He can upload his own pictures since technically we can only use his pictures :P

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