My husband and our friend Richard were hanging around on-line, and I was sitting nearby. Somehow it turned into us coming up with the following list of fashion rules for World of Warcraft:
- Never wear Lightforge after Labor Day.
- It’s in poor taste to wear Felcloth in the Cathedral.
- One size always fits all.
- Everyone looks stupid in a Gnomish mind control cap.
- Wearing a big blue dress doesn’t make you look that gay… Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
- Mooncloth doesn’t mean pants that start below the thigh.
- Twill goes with everything.
- Shoulderpads go with nothing.
- If it looks hot, cool, or sharp, it probably is.
- Helms are meant to be worn, not seen.
- The higher the armor rating, the tinier the chainmail bikini.
- You know you’ve accessorized well when the set bonus kicks in.
- If it doesn’t glow, burn, freeze, or protrude ominously, it probably isn’t in fashion.
- Paladins, warlocks, and warriors should never wear pink.
- A succubus is not a fashion accessory.
So, this being me, I then turned it into shirts and prints and stuff at cafepress. I got my shirt last night, before actually deploying the whole thing, because I wanted to make sure the smallish print would come out clearly on a shirt. It looks very cool: