I'm still chillin' in Orgrimmar waiting for Dammy to catch up so we can ding 40 together. To be fair he is working hard leveling up alchemy and herbalism (he was inspired by Mrs. BBB) and also fishing to supply his alchemy needs. This requires a fair amount of time and time he doesn't have in abundance. So I'll be waiting for awhile.
In the meantime what am I doing to help us reach 500 gold? I'm running Ragefire Chasm and Wailing Caverns. Over, and over, and over again to obtain greens for my warrior alt who is currently my banker (thanks to Og for that wonderful idea) and also has enchanting. Disenchant all items, sell them, and I come out golds richer than I was. But again, this requires me to run WC over, and over, and over again. I tell myself it's like a marathon and that we've done before. But then I remember at the end of a marathon you get a lovely massage. You get all the eatable goodies. You get to proudly stalk around 'cause you just completed a marathon. You get a fabulous post-race meal of huge bacon cheeseburger and steak fries topped off with a Dairy Queen blizzard. But running WC infinite times? /whimper.
I have a confession to make regarding Ragefire Chasm. My pet died. I know, the shame of it. It's level 17, 18? 20 if you want to solo? The story: I decided to practice my flying leaps and was quite beautiful flying through the air, landing amidst 3 mobs. I started practicing my sword moves waiting for Susan to catch up with me. It was taking longer than usual so I glanced at her health bar and-ohmygosh! She died! In her eagerness to reach me she went into the lava. Poor Susan. So there I was, rezzing my pet whilst 3 ugly dudes were beating on me. She finished them in short order though.
Orclette can say "da-da-da-da" now. Dammy is quite proud of her. At the moment, however, she is wailing dramatically and giving me the most heart-wrenching looks. So I must attend to my little drama queen (she really is a drama queen . . . but that's another story).
Whistles quietly and points at his mini-post in the comments.