Originally Posted by Kestrelia
Yay! Woohoo! Win! or "I'm happy for you!" (example: someone got a rare mount as a drop in game and was so thrilled they posted in Regional about it).
What does woot mean to you?
No. To me it's primarily a text thing.
Do you use it outside of gaming world?
If so in casual speech or on a more professional level?
0-10. I play whenever I can fit time in because of my stupid work schedule.
How often do you play the game?
20 hours or more a week
15 - 20 hours a week
10-15 hours a week
0-10 hours a week
"Victory!" or.."Congratulations!"...in meaning alone. But actual use? "Woohoo! Yaaaaaay!" or "Good for you!"
Is there another word out there that you use that can replace woot?
I use "Congratulations" or "Good for you!" outside the gaming world. "Woohoo" I usually use sarcastically.
IF so what is it and what does it mean? and is it used outside of he gaming world?
40 and beyond.
Crickhollow---Citridyla, Ythrondis, and Hraf. Meneldor--Dockerson, Kariadriel and Thasgar. Gladden--Gamoskorin, Henessy, and Lanthreldras. Firefoot--Amberson and Liedvar. Brandywine--Audny, Egilwine, and Gardihauk. I'm an altoholic, pie-eating fool! :)