Yeah, yeah. We got the bonnet.
I feel like one of the boys should be making this post since they are soooo much more concerned about clothing than I am. I spend about five minutes tops on the character creation screen and even less time caring what my character is wearing. Meanwhile, the Spoiler Warning boys spend like twenty minutes on average making their character look pretty from the get-go. Just imagine Josh holding two bonnets up in a mirror saying, “This one? Or thiisss one?” for six hours and you have a good idea of what playing Guild Wars with him is like.
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