Once there was a Priest, and he decided to heal a pug.
He waited his time in the queue, zoned in, and looked at who he was grouped with.
There was Everybody the Warrior, Somebody the Druid, Nobody the Paladin, and Anybody the Death Knight, all hailing from a guild called <Irony>.
Now Tanking is an important job, and to be fair they had all queued as Tank and Dps.
Well, most of them anyway. Somebody decided he was special and queued for Dps only.
Everybody had been sure that Somebody would do the tanking, no matter who the queue tagged for the job. After all, Somebody always took care of it.
This time Somebody got angry because it was Everybodys job, even though Somebody had cheated the system.
Everybody knew that Anybody could do it better than he could, but Nobody realized that Somebody wasn’t going to.
In the end Nobody stepped up and took care of business.
Thats how it came to pass that Everybody blamed Somebody that Nobody did what Anybody could have done.
~Adapted (very loosely) from the poem Everybody, Anybody, Somebody, Nobody by Charles Osgood
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